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The COVID19 epidemic is affecting us all, regardless of where we are or what we do. Experts in epilepsy, like other health professionals, are under a lot of pressure on a variety of fronts. As doctors, we are frequently called upon to provide care in difficult circumstances and with limited or insufficient resources. As specialists, our clinical and basic examination offices have been placed on lockdown, and programmes have been halted.

  • Track 1-1COVID-19
  • Track 1-2Epileptic Seizures
  • Track 1-3Epilepsy Management
  • Track 1-4Seizure Control

Epilepsy can be caused by a congenital condition or a traumatic brain injury, such as an injury or stroke. During a seizure, a person may exhibit unusual behaviour, symptoms, and sensations, including loss of awareness on occasion. Between seizures, there are almost no adverse effects. Epilepsy is typically treated with medication, however it may also be treated with surgery, devices, or dietary modifications. More grounded seizures, which can range from a few seconds to a few minutes, can trigger fits and uncontrolled muscle movements. A few people become confused or black out during a more grounded seizure. Epilepsy affects around 50 million people globally, making it one of the most well-known neurological diseases on a global scale.

  • Track 2-1Generalized seizures
  • Track 2-2Absence seizures
  • Track 2-3Tonic-clonic seizures
  • Track 2-4Focal seizures

Epilepsy is a common mental condition in which a person experiences repeated unreasonable seizures. One out of every ten people will have a seizure at some point in their lives. Security protections should be appropriate and applicable to the individual, with a balance between risk and limitations. That means that seizures are natural, and you may need to assist someone during or after a seizure one day. The goal of emergency seizure treatment is to keep the individual safe until the seizure stops on its own.

  • Track 3-1Epileptic seizure first aid
  • Track 3-2Sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP)
  • Track 3-3Seizure emergencies
  • Track 3-4Epilepsy and General Hazards
  • Track 3-5Epilepsy and Safety

Seizure medications cannot control seizures, but they can cause annoyance in at least three out of every ten people with epilepsy. Seizure alert devices, particularly for guardians of small children, are useful in telling relatives whether a seizure is occurring. Depending on the device, the gadgets can notify nearby family or parental figures when a seizure occurs via warnings, calls, or text-based notifications. They may also be able to offer salvage medicines or request an emergency vehicle if the seizure lasts too long if the individual has a history of seizures.

  • Track 4-1Vagus Nerve Stimulation
  • Track 4-2Seizure Alarms
  • Track 4-3Medic Alert bracelet
  • Track 4-4Anti-suffocation pillows
  • Track 4-5Mattress devices
  • Track 4-6Cameras
  • Track 4-7Smart watches

Before modern seizure medications were developed, people with epilepsy and their primary care physicians looked for a cure in various spices and spice mixes. The good news is that there are some common remedies for seizures. Prior to the discovery of cutting-edge seizure medications, experts used spices to treat this ailment. Spices for seizures are still used today because of their high effectiveness.

  • Track 5-1Burning bush
  • Track 5-2Lily of the Valley
  • Track 5-3Hydrocotyle
  • Track 5-4Groundsel
  • Track 5-5Mugwort

Recently, there has been a surge in interest in cannabis-based products for the treatment of uncontrollable epilepsy. Treatment-safe epilepsy (TRE) affects 30% of epilepsy patients and is associated with profound bleakness and increased mortality. Cannabis-based medicines have been used to treat epilepsy for millennia, but only in the last few years have we begun to acquire data from adequately fuelled Placebo-controlled, Randomized trials (RCTs) with Cannabidiol (CBD), a cannabis component.

The global market for antiepileptic medications is being pushed by advancements in drug modification. The number of antiepileptic medications on the market has expanded substantially in the previous few years. A significant number of the currently available Antiepileptic drugs have basic pharmacokinetics and even more minor effects for liver digestion, which results in a slower rate of results. The antiepileptic drug market is undermined by nonexclusive rivalry, which has risen dramatically despite patent terminations among various major marked Antiepileptic drugs. These are the major constraints for the global antiepileptic medicines market.

  • Track 7-1Carbamazepine
  • Track 7-2Phenobarbital
  • Track 7-3Phenytoin
  • Track 7-4Primidone
  • Track 7-5Topiramate

Zonisamide Ethosuximide is now available as a rectal gel that can be used by family members to treat delayed seizures. Medication combinations might have unpleasant side effects, for example, weakness and lack of appetite. As a result, combinations are frequently replaced by monotherapy, unless monotherapy achieves the desired results. When a medicine fails to provide the desired results, a specialist may sometimes prescribe medical treatment. 64 percent of cases with medical procedure revealed seizure-free cases.

  • Track 8-1Valproic acid
  • Track 8-2Carbamazepine
  • Track 8-3Lamotrigine
  • Track 8-4Levetiracetam

Cerebrum malignant development is a mental illness in which disease cells (hazardous cells) form in cerebrum tissue (malignant growth of the cerebrum). Malignant growth cells form a mass of illness tissue (tumour) that interferes with cerebrum capacities such as muscular control, feeling, memory, and other normal body capacities. Tumors formed from disease cells are referred to as dangerous tumours, while those formed from primarily noncancerous cells are referred to as favourable tumours. Malignant growth cells that arise from brain tissue are referred to as fundamental cerebrum tumours, but tumours that move from other parts of the body to the cerebrum are referred to as metastatic or auxiliary brain tumours. About 5% of brain tumours may be caused by inherited genetic disorders such as neurofibromatosis, tuberous sclerosis, and a few others.

  • Track 9-1Dementia
  • Track 9-2Epilepsy
  • Track 9-3Stroke
  • Track 9-4Seizure Disorders
  • Track 9-5Transient Ischemic Attack

Neurological Disorders are any problems that occur in the body's sensory system. Irregularities in the cerebrum, spinal cord, or various nerves, such as structural, biochemical, or electrical, can result in symptoms at some time. Neurological turmoil symptoms include loss of sensation, poor coordination, muscle weakness, loss of motion, disarray, pain, and altered levels of awareness. The causes of the neurological problem can range from biochemical alterations to real harm to the cerebrum, spinal cord, or nerves. In any event, in certain cases, the primary cause cannot be identified, only the consequences may be recognised.

  • Track 10-1Attention deficit hyperactive disorder
  • Track 10-2Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder
  • Track 10-3Mild Cognitive Impairment

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is unanticipated damage to the cerebrum caused by a blow or shock to the head. Vehicle or bike accidents, falls, sports injuries, and attacks are all common causes. Wounds can cause anything from minor blackouts to catastrophic long-term brain damage. TBI may necessitate specialised treatment and perhaps life-saving medical procedures. Individuals who sustain a brain injury may face changes in their physical and mental abilities, as well as their sentiments and personality. Many people who suffer from moderate to severe TBI will require rehabilitation to recoup and relearn abilities.

  • Track 11-1Hematoma
  • Track 11-2Hemorrhag

In medical words, a complication is defined as a foreboding state of a sickness or, more specifically, the horrifying outcomes of a certain infection that causes high-risk medical disorders. Coma (oblivious), Vegetative state (Widespread impairment to the cerebrum), negligibly cognizant state (modified awareness), Locked-in disorder (Locked in-state), Brain passing are all examples of severe brain injury (synapse death). In the event that you have brain cancer, you may experience life-threatening inconveniences such as sudden death due to the delayed progression of cerebrospinal liquid from the third ventricle and, in some cases, cut off entanglements such as loss of motion, loss of vision, loss of discourse, and obviousness due to a sudden Hemorrhagic stroke.