CBZ

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CBZCarbobenzoxy
CBZCarbamazepine
CBZCabazon (Amtrak station code; Cabazon, CA)
CBZComic Book Zip (file extension)
CBZCollege Bouw Ziekenhuisvoorzieningen (Dutch: College for Hospital Design and Construction; Netherlands)
CBZCyber Boxing Zone
CBZCentrale Burgerlijke Ziekeninrichting (Dutch)
CBZCortical Border-Zone (infarction)
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Drug-induced systemic lupus erythematosus after 7 years of treatment with carbamazepine. Acta Biomed 2006; 77: 17-9.
Carbamazepine (CBZ) is one of the anticonvulsant drugs that is widely used to treat partial tonic clonic seizure in children and adults.
Carbamazepine and valproic acid were discontinued and intensive methylprednisolone (at a dose of 20 mg/kg for three days) was initiated and a maintenance treatment with a dose of 2 mg/kg/day was applied.
Caffeine (98%, CAS 5808-2) and atrazine (99%, CAS 1912-24-9) were purchased from Fluka Analytical (USA), whereas carbamazepine (99%, CAS 298-46-4) was obtained from Sigma-Aldrich (USA).
found a strong association between the presence of the HLA-B * 15:02 allele and SJS/TEN induced by carbamazepine [20].
Epilepsy has no relation with age, race, socio-geographic or national boundaries.3 Different drugs for the treatment of epilepsy are available but the most common treatment for epilepsy is monotherapy with antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) and about 50% patients are treated successfully with monotherapy.4 Carbamazepine (CBZ) is used as a first line drug to control different forms of epilepsy.
Carbamazepine -the commonest cause of toxic epidermal necrolysis and steven Johnson syndrome: A study of 7 years.
[2] In fact the HLAB*1502 allele has been linked with carbamazepine induced SJS in Thai population.
The trial compared once-daily eslicarbazepine acetate as monotherapy to twice-daily, controlled-release carbamazepine as a treatment for newly diagnosed adults with partial-onset seizures.
About 35.07% of the patients received carbamazepine as monotherapy followed by phenytoin in 11.94% and phenobarbitone in 8.95% patients.
Cyclical anticonvulsants including phenytoin, phenobarbital, and carbamazepine are the most common culprits, but AHS has also been reported with lamotrigine and valproic acid (1).
Carbamazepine (CBZ) remains the first-line therapy for trigeminal neuralgia (TGN) [1, 2].