Clinical Practice Guideline. Looking for a clinical practice guideline for the treatment of drug resistant epilepsy or pharmacoresistant epilepsy. If possible, developed using GRADE. Thank youl.
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- Answered 27 Feb 2020 Conflict of interest declaration: None Where have you searched so far?
- Answered 27 Feb 2020 Conflict of interest declaration: None Hi, and thank you for your help. Pubmed, embase, cochrane and trip. Today starting with Ebsco, google scholar and directly on medical societies and government websites. Currently four documents found: 2 from the american society of neuroly (2018), 2 from spain both consensus (2012). Thank you.
- Answered 27 Feb 2020 Conflict of interest declaration: None I also found the Neurology papers from 2018. I also found the SIGN epilepsy guideline  which has a section (4.3) on MANAGEMENT OF DRUG-RESISTANT EPILEPSY. That's all I could find. Reference 1) https://www.sign.ac.uk/assets/sign143_2018.pdf