Diagnosis & Therapy
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Month by month, the literature on epilepsy genetics evolves.
To keep up, researchers in Ireland have created a custom genomics module for their electronic health record (EHR) for patients with epilepsy.
For about 30%-40% of the more than 50 million people worldwide with epilepsy, available treatments do not control their seizures.
Although their present capabilities are limited, wearable seizure detectors nevertheless have the potential to provide information that could influence patient care. As the technology evolves, these devices could enable seizure prediction and facilitate telemedicine.
In 2014, the International League Against Epilepsy redefined who could be considered to have epilepsy.
Cost And Coping