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Table 2 Treatment and response to AEDs at initial visit and 2- years after among the study group (n = 202)

From: Classification and management of epilepsy and epileptic syndromes in a cohort of 202 school children- a 2 year follow up study- Sudan

 Initial VisitAfter 2 years
Anti-Epileptic Drugs (AEDs)Treatment
 Mono therapy170(84.2%)150(76.7%)
 Two drugs30(14.8%)36(17.8%)
 polytherapy02(1.0%)10(4.0%)
Anti-Epileptic Drugs (AEDs)
 Sodium Valproate130 (64.3%)90(44.5%)
 Carbamazepine87(43.0%),60(29.7%)
 Lamotrigene0.040(19.8%)
 Levetiracetam0.057(28.2%)
 Phenbarbitone19 (9.4%)0.0
 Topiramate04 (1.9%)0.0
 Others04(1.9%)15(7.4%)
Response to AEDS
 Fully recovered0.015(7.4)
 Good control42 (20.8)165(81.7)
 Partially control50(24.7)20(9.9)
 Uncontrolled110(54.4)02(1.0%)
Total202(100)202(100)