volume 27, issue 2, P228-234 2012
DOI: 10.3109/02688697.2012.732716
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Abstract: Data for 100 vagal nerve stimulation (VNS) patients were collected and analysed retrospectively. The mean seizure reduction was 17.86% (n = 67) at 6 months, 26.21% (n = 63) at 1 year, 30.43% (n = 53) at 2 years, 48.10% (n = 40) at 3 years, 49.44% (n = 32) at 4 years, 50.52% (n = 35) at 5 years, 45.85% (n = 31) at 6 years, 62.68% (n = 25) at 8 years, 76.41% (n = 9) at 10 years, 82.90% (n = 4) at 12 years. Evidence of statistical significance for mean seizure reduction over time was strong with all p values less…

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