Lamotrigine is the generic name for the brand Lamictal XR, marketed in the United States by Glaxo SmithKline.
What does LTG stand for?
LTG stands for Lamotrigine (antiepileptic drug)
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In a comparison of the four most commonly prescribed antiepileptic drugs, lamotrigine at a dose of less than 300 mg/day at the time of conception was the least likely to be associated with birth defects.
The antiepileptic drug lamotrigine has been associated with aseptic meningitis in children and adults treated with the drug, most of whom required hospitalization, the FDA announced last month.
Each was treated with the anticonvulsant lamotrigine during a specific nine month period, either for psychiatric disorder or seizures.
Three were taking Phenobarbital, one in association with lamotrigine and the last took lamotrigine with valproic acid.
Lamotrigine doses and the side-effect profile are also discussed.
03 "Medical Mailbox," research shows that lamotrigine (brand name Lamictal) is safe and effective in preventing mood swings in people with rapid-cycling bipolar disorder.
The National Institute of Clinical Excellence (Nice) said drugs including gabapentin, lamotrigine and levetiracetam were recommended for the management of epilepsy in people who had not benefited from older drugs.