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    Patients who have brain surgery (craniotomy) are at risk for epileptic seizures afterward. To prevent this, they're often given anticonvulsant drugs-phenytoin is the most common one. A recent study compared this drug to valproate, another anticonvulsive, to see if one was more effective or had fewer side effects than the other.

    Researchers at the Institute for Epilepsy in Heemstede, The Netherlands, studied 100 patients who had craniotomies to treat brain tumors, head trauma, or lesions in the blood vessels. The patients were randomly assigned to receive either phenytoin or valproate intravenously immediately after surgery and continued to take the drug by mouth for one year.

    Overall, both drugs seemed equally effective and caused similar side effects. Seven patients from each group had seizures, and all of these showed low blood levels of the treatment drug. There was no difference between the groups in time to first seizure. Nine patients with seizures had brain tumors, and four had had complications after surgery.

    Patients started with either 100 mg of phenytoin or 500 mg of valproate, three times daily. Seven of the phenytoin patients had to reduce their dosage because too much of the drug was found in their blood; none of the valproate patients required reductions. Five patients taking phenytoin and seven taking valproate had to increase their dosage after having seizures.

    Side-effects were similar in the two groups. Seven patients had to stop treatment due to adverse effects, which included allergic skin reactions, gastrointestinal complaints, and changes in liver function.

    Neuropsychological tests showed no significant differences between the groups, although those taking valproate consistently did a bit better. Patients taking valproate, however, tended to report being more tired and tense and less energetic than those taking phenytoin.

    Writing in the "Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, & Psychiatry," the researchers concluded that phenytoin and valproate are equally safe and effective in preventing seizures among patients with craniotomies, with no difference in their impact on quality-of-life or cognitive functioning.

    The researchers recommended that craniotomy patients begin anticonvulsive therapy one week before surgery, or if that's not possible, start treatment with a larger "loading" dose before the surgical wound is closed. Therapy should continue for six months after surgery. They emphasized that blood levels of either drug need to be monitored.



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