Clinical Study

Maternal Outcomes And Neurodevelopmental Effects Of Antiepileptic Drugs (Monead)

Posted Date: Nov 13, 2017

  • Investigator: Jennifer Cavitt
  • Co-Investigator: Donna Schwieterman
  • Specialties: Epilepsy, Neurology
  • Type of Study: Observational/Survey

Most women with epilepsy have normal pregnancies, but appear to be at risk for problems during pregnancy (example: seizures, change in medications, depression, C-sections) and adverse outcomes in their children (example: thinking or behavioral problems).The purpose of this observational study is to establish the risk and determine the factors or contributions to those risks.

Criteria:

Women 18 To 45 Years Old Who: • Are Currently Pregnant In Their First Trimester • Have Epilepsy • Do Not Have Any Active Drug Or Alcohol Abuse Or Major Medical Disease Such As Cancer Or Diabetes Those Also Eligible For Participation Are Women 18 To 45 Years Old Who: • Are Currently Pregnant In Their First Trimester • Do Not Have Epilepsy And • Do Not Any Active Drug Or Alcohol Abuse, Or Major Medical Disease Such As Cancer.

Keywords:

Epilepsy , Pregnancy, Seizures, Anti-Epileptic Drugs , Null

For More Information:

Lucy Mendoza, Ccrp
513-558-3020
lucy.mendoza@uc.edu

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