Even though drug therapy only helps two- thirds of the epileptic population, surgical intervention has been proven to help most of those who are drug resistant. Everyday parents are coming together to find a specific cure for all epileptic patients and doctors are getting closer and closer each day. References 1) “Epilepsy In Children. ” The Lancet 253. 6542 (1949): 499-524. print. 2) Lewis, Sharon Mantik. Medical-surgical Nursing: Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier/Mosby, 2011. Print. 3) Broadie, Kwan. English Journal of Medicine: pgs 314-319.
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