This list is produced jointly by Professor G Elder and Dr M Badminton, the Department of Medical Biochemistry, University Hospital of Wales and the staff of the Welsh Medicines Information Centre (WMIC; [email protected]). It is based on the best information available at the time of completion. Inclusion of a drug does not guarantee that it will be safe in all circumstances. Large intravenous doses may be associated with acute attacks (unproven as causative agent).
2 Intravenous doses should be avoided.
3 Safety under review; contact WMIC.
4 Sodium valproate should be used only where other antiepilepsy drugs are ineffective or inappropriate.
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