Effect of brivaracetam on anger levels of people with epilepsy

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  • In the absence of psychiatric comorbidity, brivaracetam (BRV) is not associated with an increased level of anger in people with either focal or generalized epilepsies.

Why this matters

  • In people with epilepsy, pharmacologic treatment can result in behavioral changes and some antiepileptic drugs have shown a high risk of psychiatric adverse events.

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