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  1. Carbamazepine- Brand name
    Tegretol
  2. Carbamazepine Schedule
    1
  3. ******** Carbamazepine- Pharmacare
    Partially covered
  4. Carbamazepine Dose and Forms
    • Tabs: 200 mg
    • Chew Tabs: 100 & 200 mg
    • CR Tabs: 200 & 400 mg
    • Susp: 100 mg/5 mL
  5. Clonazepam Brand name
    Rivotril
  6. Clonazepam Schedule
    1
  7. **** Clonazepam Pharmacare
    Partially covered
  8. Clonazepam Dose and Forms
    Tabs: 0.5 & 2 mg
  9. Divalproex sodium Brand name
    Epival
  10. Divalproex sodium Schedule
    1
  11. Divalproex sodium Pharmacare
    Partially covered
  12. Divalproex sodium Dose and Forms
    EC Tabs: 125, 250 & 500 mg
  13. Gabapentin- Brand name
    Neurontin
  14. Gabapentin- Schedule
    1
  15. Gabapentin- Pharmacare
    Partially covered
  16. Gabapentin- Dose and Forms
    • Caps: 100, 300 & 400 mg
    • Tabs: 600 & 800 mg
  17. Phenytoin (acid form) - Brand name
    Dilantin
  18. Phenytoin (acid form) - Schedule
    1
  19. Phenytoin (acid form) - Pharmacare
    • Susp: Partially covered
    • Chew tabs: Unlisted
  20. Phenytoin (acid form)- Dose and Form:
    • Chew tabs: 50 mg
    • Susp: 30 mg & 125 mg/5 mL
  21. Phenytoin sodium - Brand name
    Dilantin
  22. Phenytoin sodium - Schedule
    1
  23. Phenytoin sodium - Pharmacare
    Unlisted
  24. Phenytoin sodium- Dose and Forms
    Caps: 30 & 100 mg
  25. Valproic acid- Brand name
    Depakene
  26. Valproic acid- Schedule
    1
  27. Valproic acid - Pharmacare
    Partially covered
  28. Valproic acid - Dose and Forms
    • Caps: 250 mg & 500 mg
    • Syrup: 250 mgs per 5 mL
  29. Anticonvulsants Indications
    Indicated for various types of epilepsy and other seizure disorders.  Carbamezepine is also indicated for symptomatic pain relief for trigeminal neuralgia.  Carbamezepine, valproic acid and divalproex sodium are also indicated for bipolar disorders.  Contraindicated in patients with hypersensitivity.  Carbamazepine, valproic acid and divalproex sodium are also contraindicated in patients with liver disease. Carbamazepine is also contraindicated in patients taking MAO inhibitors.
  30. Stimulants Indications
    Indicated for Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy. Contraindicated in patients with anxiety,  agitation, thyrotoxicosis, tachyarrhythmias, severe angina pectoris, glaucoma, motor tics or Tourette’s syndrome.
  31. Methylphenidate hydrochloride - Brand name
    Ritalin, Concerta
  32. Methylphenidate hydrochloride - Schedule
    1, Controlled Drug Part 1
  33. Methylphenidate hydrochloride - Pharmacare
    • Ritalin: partially covered
    • Concerta: unlisted
  34. Methylphenidate hydrochloride - Dose and Forms
    • Ritalin: Tabs: 10 & 20 mg, SR Tabs: 20 mg
    • Concerta: ER Tabs: 18, 27, 36 & 54 mg

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