Epilepsy research paper

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  • Citation tools Download this article to citation manager Gooneratne Inuka Kishara , Wimalaratna Mayurika , Ranaweera A K Probhodana , Wimalaratna Sunil . Contraception advice for women with epilepsy BMJ 2017; 357 :j2010
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    3. Dietary management: Extremely important. The goal is to provide all the necessary nutrients which may be lost due to failure of liver processing without overtaxing the liver with regards to processing of dietary intake. High levels of top quality protein to provide the essential amino acids in an easily digestible carrier which will not produce high levels of ammonia during digestion. Cottage cheese is good, meat tends to produce high levels of ammonia. High level carbohydrates to drive the metabolism of the body, essential fatty acids not less than 6% of the daily intake, and a good mineral and vitamin supplement. Force feeding may be necessary.

    Epilepsy research paper

    epilepsy research paper


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