Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Uninformed Clinical Decisions Resulting From Lack of Adherence Assessment in Children with New Onset Epilepsy.

Clinical decision-making and AED adherence (With percent of the entire sample at each step). aNo significant differences were found in adherence between those that had no AED change (Madherence = 84% ± 14%) versus those who had an AED change (Madherence=81% ± 17%; t(110)=1.02, p=0.31). bNo significant differences were found in adherence between those with side effects (Madherence=79% ± 17%) versus those with continued seizures (Madherence=82 ± 17%; t(65)=.59, p=.56).

Avani C. Modi, et al. Epilepsy Behav. ;25(4):481-484.

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