Epilepsy Care(간질 치료)란 무엇입니까?Epilepsy Care 간질 치료 - This review brings together a heterogeneous literature, identified through systematic searches in 8 databases and snowball searching, to interrogate how technology becomes positioned in epilepsy care.  A secondary aim was to understand the attitudes of neurologists toward discussion and implementation of such advance directives in epilepsy care.  In this review, we discuss the role of Big Data in the development of clinical decision support systems for epilepsy care, prognostication, and discovery.  Several methodologies, including the use of a personalized project and therapeutic patient education, are elaborated to give ideas for empowerment programming in epilepsy care.  This article is part of the Special Issue "The Intersection of Culture, Resources, and Disease: Epilepsy Care in Uganda".  Method In this national level cross-sectional survey, a questionnaire was administered to 173 technicians engaged in EEG at four clinics specializing in epilepsy care and 20 hospitals accredited as (quasi-) epilepsy centers or epilepsy training facilities in Japan from March 1 to April 30, 2021.  In Uganda, the few biomedical providers who can treat epilepsy cannot meet the great need for epilepsy care.  METHODS This was a descriptive study utilizing two samples: a randomly selected, national survey community sample and a hospital-based patient sample of people with epilepsy (PWE) and their caregivers attending clinic settings in Kampala and Mbarara, Uganda for epilepsy care.  In this summary paper, we review the body of research contained in this special issue, The Intersection of Culture, Resources, and Disease: Epilepsy Care in Uganda, and corollary recommendations for a way forward.  OBJECTIVE This research was focused on expert professionals in epilepsy care to understand their points of view on the care pathway and their living relationships with patients.  This article is part of the Special Issue "The intersection of Culture, Resources, and Disease: Epilepsy Care in Uganda".  Objective To assess the impact of ongoing COVID-19 pandemic on epilepsy care in India.  Three interrelated themes regarding epileptologists' perspectives of epilepsy transition and transfer of care were evident: (1) the process is unnatural and disruptive, (2) clinicians make the best of challenges, and (3) the epilepsy transition process includes a spectrum of broad needs some of which are unique to epilepsy care while others are common to other chronic diseases.  These findings may be used to inform stakeholders' understanding of epilepsy care-related costs and factors associated with hospitalizations for improved interventions and programs.  Through Quality Improvement (QI) methodology grounded in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) model, including iterative Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) rapid learning cycles and other learning and sharing sessions, ELHS equipped epilepsy centers and community organizations with tools to standardize, measure, share, and improve key aspects of epilepsy care.  At the same time, there are limited reports describing multidisciplinary models of epilepsy care that include pharmacists.  We introduce the Epilepsy Tracking and optimized Management engine (EpiToMe), an exemplar bespoke EHR system for epilepsy care.  Qualitative data analysis revealed that focus group participants identified geographic and social isolation, and the more limited access to epilepsy care, as the major barriers to epilepsy self-management for rural populations.  The China Association Against Epilepsy has been a necessary force to stimulate interest in epilepsy care and research by the medical and scientific community.  Genetic testing and counselling are increasingly important in epilepsy care, aiming at finding a diagnosis, understanding aetiology and improving treatment and outcome.  We used seizure frequency data to model changes in quality of life and estimated the impact of RNS therapy on the annual direct costs of epilepsy care.  They used 9-year seizure frequency data from a long-term RNS follow-up study to construct a semi-Markov model that evaluated changes in quality of life and estimated the impact of RNS therapy plus pharmacotherapy versus pharmacotherapy alone on the annual costs of epilepsy care.  Objective To gain insight into epilepsy care during coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, we analyzed prescription data of a large cohort of persons with epilepsy (PWE) during lockdown in Germany.  Information to women with epilepsy on pregnancy‐related antiseizure medication (ASM) issues and reliable tools for therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) are important aspects of epilepsy care.  Changes in epilepsy care during the COVID‐19 pandemic required to reassess the patient‐specialist interaction in the context of telehealth and future vaccination campaigns.  METHODOLOGY In an observational study, we prospectively disseminated questionnaires via email or directly administered to main epileptologists and neurologists involved in epilepsy care, in key African countries.  METHODS This study utilized the baseline sample (n = 626) from a prospective cohort study of people with epilepsy (PWE) attending three public hospitals in Uganda (Mulago National Referral Hospital, Butabika National Referral Mental Hospital, and Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital) for epilepsy care.  In the absence of epilepsy care at health centers, 68.  Interpretation Almost half of the household revenue was spent on epilepsy care.  Patients received both behavioral health and epilepsy care during clinic visits.  To study this effect, many clinical challenges must be overcome, including a better and clear operational definition of seizures and stroke characteristics, the standard of stroke and epilepsy care and EEG monitoring, and the degree of reperfusion success.  In the EPItect project, a telemedicine infrastructure for epilepsy care was developed.  In this presentation I will discuss the nature of neuropsychiatric presentations in people with an intellectual disability, its aetiology and how clinicians may manage these conditions within the setting of epilepsy care.  Self-reported changes in practice six months following the course by the 323 participants who responded from India, Kenya, Myanmar, New Zealand, South Africa, Sudan and the UK included 66% reporting significant or moderate changes to their personal practice in epilepsy care.  Building upon the advances of global policymaking for HIV/AIDS and creating a framework for countries and organizations to monitor progress in epilepsy care will help direct and justify much-needed novel programming.  Given known racial disparities in epilepsy care, it may be particularly important to reach out to minority PWE with self-management programs.  Introduction Previous surveys of general practitioners (GP) attitudes regarding epilepsy and people with epilepsy (PWE), conducted 20–30 years ago1 2, identified the need for further education in epilepsy care for GPs.  In LMIC, primary health workers provide the majority of epilepsy care, despite limited training in this field.  Telemedicine can be a useful tool to decentralize medical care provision and to benefit both patients and doctors who refer patients to the epilepsy clinic at INNN, it will also favor medical education in epilepsy, optimize the time and quality of care for patients with epilepsy and could also decreases the direct and indirect costs of epilepsy care.  1 To put this in perspective, the annual direct costs of epilepsy care are approximately $9 to $12 billion.  These findings may guide interpretation of clinical histories obtain in epilepsy care.  CONCLUSIONS Shared decision making including improved decision quality, more informed choices and better treatment concordance, should be a central part of epilepsy care.  Total medical costs for epilepsy care, nonepilepsy care, and antiepileptic drugs were greater for cases (p ≤ 0.  Background: Estimation of Quality of life is a useful outcome measure to know about epilepsy care from patient’s perspective.  BACKGROUND Previous surveys of Australian primary care physicians' attitudes regarding epilepsy and persons with epilepsy (PWE), conducted 20-30 years ago, identified the need for further education in epilepsy care for frontline clinicians.  This paper discusses the particular challenges of assessing and managing epilepsies in children with intellectual disabilities (with or without other comorbidities) with a view to raising awareness of potential pitfalls in this field and ultimately improving the standards of epilepsy care that are offered to this complex group of children.  MATERIAL AND METHODS Comprehensive Rural Epilepsy Study South India (CRESSI) is a prospective longitudinal study of epilepsy care in a rural community in south India.  With the strategic proposal for a Comprehensive Epilepsy Program in Manitoba (including formation of a new Pediatric Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU)), a provincial strategy has been recommended outlining a path towards improved access to epilepsy care.  It is important that a woman's obstetrician/gynecologist (OBGYN) and internist are aware of the way in which their care may be related to her epilepsy care and how this can be successfully comanaged with her neurologist.  People in remote areas often do not receive any epilepsy care. 
이 리뷰는 8개 데이터베이스의 체계적인 검색과 눈덩이 검색을 통해 식별된 이질적인 문헌을 모아 기술이 간질 치료에 어떻게 자리잡게 되었는지 조사합니다.  두 번째 목표는 간질 치료에서 이러한 사전 지시 사항을 논의하고 시행하는 것에 대한 신경과 전문의의 태도를 이해하는 것이었습니다.  이 리뷰에서는 간질 치료, 예측 및 발견을 위한 임상 의사 결정 지원 시스템 개발에서 빅 데이터의 역할에 대해 논의합니다.  개인화된 프로젝트 및 치료적 환자 교육의 사용을 포함한 여러 방법론이 간질 치료의 권한 부여 프로그래밍에 대한 아이디어를 제공하기 위해 정교화되었습니다.  이 기사는 특별호 "문화, 자원 및 질병의 교차점: 우간다의 간질 치료"의 일부입니다.