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How nurses can support people with epilepsy



How nurses can support people with epilepsy



Nursing Times 93(27): 50-51



This article looks at the nurse's role in caring for people with epilepsy in different age groups and at new developments in the treatment of this condition. A previous article (Nursing Times, May 21) looked at the diagnosis of epilepsy and the management of seizures.

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