Valproate (divalproex sodium, or Depakote; valproic acid, or Depakene) is one of the few drugs available that has been proven effective in treating rapid cycling bipolar and mixed states patients.
Valproate as Depakote or Depakene is branded. Valproate as Divaproex Sodium, Sodium Valproate, or Vaproic Acid is generic.
Valproic acid is closely related to divalproex sodium and valproate sodiumValproic acid is closely related to divalproex sodium and valproate sodium
Susy Felix has written: 'Evaluating the pharmacokinetics of valproate in the elderly: dose-related changes and their influence on effects' 'Evaluating the pharmacokinetics of valproate in the elderly'
no...can precipitate absence seizures....
valproate blood level
Stomach cramps, indigestion, diarrhea, hair loss, appetite loss, nausea, and unusual weight loss or gain are some of the common side effects of valproate.
yes, smoking pot with anything is life threatening.
Tonic seizures seem to respond favorably to valproate, felbamate , and clonazepam.
no, you would need a blood test for valproate to detect it, this not on normal toxicology panels.
Some drugs, such as phenytoin, sodium valproate, and methotrexate, also increase the incidence of clefting
Mood swings can be stopped by medicines called 'mood stabilizers'. Examples- lamotrigine, lithium, sodium valproate, carbamazepine.
yes, divalproex sodium to be exact: a 50% 50% mixture of valproic acid and sodium valproate in a resonance bond.