Medication nonadherence common and complex among adults with epilepsy

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  • Systematic review found high prevalence (29%-66%) of nonadherence in adults taking antiepileptic drugs (AEDs).
  • Authors advise regular assessment of adherence for patients taking AEDs.
Why this matters
  • AED nonadherence has been associated with poor QoL, suboptimal clinical outcome, an...