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COMMON MEDICATIONS USED IN THE TREATMENT OF LENNOX-GASTAUT SYNDROME 

 
This section provides a listing of Anti Epileptic Drugs (AEDs). A * next to the name of the medication represents an indication in the U.S.A. for LGS. 

 

 

Cannibidiol

  • Epidiolex*

Carbamazepine

  • Atretol

  • Carbagen SR

  • Epitol

  • Mazepine

  • Tegretol

  • Tegrital

  • Teril

  • Timonil

 

Carbamazepine-XR

  • Carbatrol

  • Tegretol XR

 

Clobazam

  • Frisium

  • Onfi*

  • Sympazan*

 

Clonazepam

  • Epitril

  • Klonopin

  • Rivotril

 

Diazepam

  • Diastat

  • Diazepam

  • Valium

 

Divalproex Sodium

  • Depacon

  • Depakote

  • Epival

 

Divalproex Sodium-ER

  • Depakote ER

 

Eslicarbazepine Acetate

  • Aptiom

 

Ethosuximide

  • Zarontin

 

Ezogabine

  • Potiga

 

Felbamate

  • Felbatol*

 

Gabapentin

  • Neurontin

 

Lacosamide

  • Vimpat

 

Lamotrigine

  • Lamictal*

 

Levetiracetam

  • Keppra

 

Levetiracetam XR

  • Keppra XR

 

Lorazepam

  • Ativan

 

Oxcarbazepine

  • Oxtellar

  • Oxtellar XR

  • Trileptal

 

Perampanel

  • Fycompa

 

Phenobarbital

  • Phenobarbital

 

 

 

Phenytoin

  • Dilantin

  • Epanutin

  • Phenytek

 

Pregabalin

  • Lyrica

 

Primidone

  • Mysoline

 

Rufinamide

  • Banzel*

  • Inovelon

 

Tiagabine Hydrochloride

  • Gabitril

 

Topiramate

  • Topamax*

 

Topiramate XR

  • Qudexy XR*

  • Trokendi XR*

 

Valproic Acid

  • Convulex

  • Depakene

  • Depakote

  • Orfiril

  • Valporal

  • Valprosid

 

Vigabatrin

  • Sabril

 

Zonisamide

  • Zonegran