Carefully Document Antiepileptic Med Dosage Forms on Med Histories

You're on the front lines for avoiding mix-ups with antiepileptics...phenytoin, carbamazepine, phenobarbital, etc.

Watch for look-alike/sound-alike meds. Levetiracetam may be confused for levofloxacin...Keppra for Keflex...Zonegran for Sinequan...or lamotrigine for lamivudine.

Use strategies to prevent selection errors...such as shelf tags, separate storage, or tall man lettering.

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