Services & Facilities
Needed for Epilepsy Care available at Mrigna

Epileptologists :

An epileptologist is a neurologist who specializes in the treatment of epilepsy. Epileptologists are experts in seizures and seizure disorers, anticonvulsants, and special situations involving seizures, such as cases in which all treatment intended to stop seizures has failed and epilepsy (especially poorly controlled epilepsy) in pregnant women. Some epileptologists specialize in treatment of epilepsy in children.
An epileptologist is not necessary for the treatment of all seizure disorders, and is generally only consulted if seizures do not stop, despite treatment from a regular physician or neurologist.

Clinical Psychologist :

Clinical psychology is an integration of science, theory and clinical knowledge for the purpose of understanding, preventing, and relieving psychologically-based distress or dysfunction and to promote subjective well-being and personal development. Central to its practice are psychological assessment and psychotherapy, although clinical psychologists also engage in research, teaching, consultation, forensic testimony, and program development and administration. In many countries, clinical psychology is a regulated mental health profession.

Sleep Laboratory :

Mrigna also is doing Polysomnoqraphy(PSG) .It is 8hours sleeping time infrared camera assisted EEG recording along with various body movement and physiological functions including
1) Respiration
2) Heart rate
3) Snoring
4) Apnoea attack etc.
5) Abnormal limb movement
6) O2 Saturation
It is useful for: -
a) Sleep induced epileptic attack,
b) Sleep apnoea
c) Narcolepsy,
d) Sleep myoclones,
e) Restless leg syndrome (RLS) etc.

Conventional EEG:

The term conventional EEG has typically referred to 8 to 19 channels of individually pasted on electrodes. Using collodion to glue on electrodes is both time consuming and a nuisance with its flammable properties and a strong smell. Removing the collodion proves to be even more of a challenge leaving participants reluctant to volunteer again.

Video EEG:

1) 2 hrs EEG recording
2) Video recording of body movements.
3) Reporting done by a Epileptologist who goes
   through all the pages recorded.
4) It can detect type of epilepsy.
5) It can guide when to stop medicine.
6) Essential is diagnosing SSPE. Hepatic / Toxic
   Encephalopathy.

Drug Level Assessment:

Calculation has been made for determining the plasma drug level with oral dosage forms consisting of a core and shell for which the drug concentration is smaller in the shell than in the core and the process of drug release is controlled by transient diffusion. The effect of the radius of the core on the process and especially on the plasma druglevel is determined, by keeping the radius of the shell constant. The radius of the shell is determined as is the time of drug release in 24 h. Comparisons are made between various dosage forms with core and shell, and dosage forms with uniform drug concentration, and immediate release dosage forms. More constant plasma druglevels are obtained with dosage forms with core and shell with lower concentration in the shell and with the thicker shell.

 
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