Epilepsy in Cambodia–Treatment Aspects and Policy Implications: A Population-Based Representative Survey

@article{Bhalla2013EpilepsyIC,
  title={Epilepsy in Cambodia–Treatment Aspects and Policy Implications: A Population-Based Representative Survey},
  author={D. Bhalla and Kimly Chea and Chamroeun Hun and V. Chan and P. Huc and Samleng Chan and R. Sebbag and D. G{\'e}rard and M. Dumas and Sophal Oum and M. Druet-Cabanac and P. Preux},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2013},
  volume={8}
}
Introduction We tested two treatment strategies to determine: treatment (a) prognosis (seizure frequency, mortality, suicide, and complications), (b) safety and adherence of treatment, (c) self-reported satisfaction with treatment and self-reported productivity, and policy aspects (a) number of required tablets for universal treatment (NRT), (b) cost of management, (c) manpower-gap and requirements for scaling-up of epilepsy care. Methods We performed a random-cluster survey (N = 16510) and… Expand
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