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  1. DepakeneDepakene
    DepakeneGeneric name: Valproic acidBrand names: DepakeneWhy is Depakene prescribed?Depakene, an epilepsy medicine, is used to treat certain types of seizures and convulsions. It may be prescribed alone or with other anticonvulsant medications.Most important fact about DepakeneDepakene can cause serious, even fatal, liver damage, especially during the first 6 months of...
  2. DepakeneDepakene
    DepakeneGeneric Name: valproic acid (Oral route)val-PROE-ik AS-idOral routeSyrupCapsule, Liquid FilledHepatotoxicityHepatic failure resulting in fatalities has occurred in patients receiving valproic acid and its derivatives. Experience has indicated that children under the age of two years are at a considerably increased risk of developing fatal hepatotoxicity, especially those on m...
  3. DepakeneDepakene
    Depakene Generic Name: Valproic Acid (val-PROE-ik AS-id)Brand Name: DepakeneSevere and sometimes fatal liver problems have occurred with the use of Depakene . The risk is greater in children younger than 2 years old, especially those who have metabolic disorders, seizure disorders with mental retardation, brain disease, or who take multiple seizure medicines.When liver problems have occu...
  4. Depakene SyrupDepakene Syrup
    Depakene SyrupGeneric Name: Valproic Acid (val-PROE-ik AS-id)Brand Name: DepakeneSevere and sometimes fatal liver problems have occurred with the use of Depakene Syrup. The risk is greater in children younger than 2 years old, especially those who have metabolic disorders, seizure disorders with mental retardation, brain disease, or who take multiple seizure medicines.When liver problems...
  5. DepakoteDepakote
    DepakoteGeneric name: Divalproex sodium (Valproic acid)Brand names: DepakoteWhy is Depakote prescribed?Depakote, in both delayed-release tablet and capsule form, is used to treat certain types of seizures and convulsions. It may be prescribed alone or with other epilepsy medications.The delayed-release tablets are also used to control the manic episodes—periods of abn...
  6. DepakoteDepakote
    DepakoteGeneric Name: divalproex sodium (Oral route)dye-VAL-proe-ex SOE-dee-umOral routeTablet, Enteric CoatedTablet, Extended ReleaseCapsule, Delayed ReleaseHepatotoxicityHepatic failure resulting in fatalities has occurred in patients receiving valproic acid and its derivatives. Children under the age of two years are at a considerably increased risk of developing fatal hepatotoxic...
  7. DepakoteDepakote
    DepakoteGeneric Name: divalproex sodium (Oral route)dye-VAL-proe-ex SOE-dee-umOral routeTablet, Enteric CoatedTablet, Extended ReleaseCapsule, Delayed ReleaseHepatotoxicityHepatic failure resulting in fatalities has occurred in patients receiving valproic acid and its derivatives. Children under the age of two years are at a considerably increased risk of developing fatal hepatotoxic...
  8. Depakote Delayed-Release TabletsDepakote Delayed-Release Tablets
    Depakote Delayed-Release TabletsGeneric Name: Divalproex (dye-VAL-proe-ex)Brand Name: DepakoteLife-threatening liver failure has occurred in patients taking Depakote Delayed-Release Tablets. Children younger than 2 years old are at increased risk of developing life-threatening liver damage, especially those on more than 1 medicine to treat seizures, and those with metabolic disorders, seve...
  9. Depakote Sprinkle CapsulesDepakote Sprinkle Capsules
    Depakote Sprinkle CapsulesGeneric Name: Divalproex (dye-VAL-proe-ex)Brand Name: DepakoteLife-threatening liver failure has occurred in patients taking Depakote Sprinkle Capsules. Children younger than 2 years old are at increased risk of developing life-threatening liver damage, especially those on more than 1 medicine to treat seizures and those with metabolic disorders, severe seizure di...
  10. Depakote DRDepakote DR
    Depakote DRGeneric Name: divalproex sodium (Oral route)dye-VAL-proe-ex SOE-dee-umOral routeTablet, Enteric CoatedTablet, Extended ReleaseCapsule, Delayed ReleaseHepatotoxicityHepatic failure resulting in fatalities has occurred in patients receiving valproic acid and its derivatives. Children under the age of two years are at a considerably increased risk of developing fatal hepatoto...
  11. Depakote DRDepakote DR
    Depakote DRGeneric Name: divalproex sodium (Oral route)dye-VAL-proe-ex SOE-dee-umOral routeTablet, Enteric CoatedTablet, Extended ReleaseCapsule, Delayed ReleaseHepatotoxicityHepatic failure resulting in fatalities has occurred in patients receiving valproic acid and its derivatives. Children under the age of two years are at a considerably increased risk of developing fatal hepatoto...
  12. Depakote ERDepakote ER
    Depakote ERGeneric Name: divalproex sodium (Oral route)dye-VAL-proe-ex SOE-dee-umOral routeTablet, Enteric CoatedTablet, Extended ReleaseCapsule, Delayed ReleaseHepatotoxicityHepatic failure resulting in fatalities has occurred in patients receiving valproic acid and its derivatives. Children under the age of two years are at a considerably increased risk of developing fatal hepatoto...
  13. Depakote ERDepakote ER
    Depakote ERGeneric Name: divalproex sodium (Oral route)dye-VAL-proe-ex SOE-dee-umOral routeTablet, Enteric CoatedTablet, Extended ReleaseCapsule, Delayed ReleaseHepatotoxicityHepatic failure resulting in fatalities has occurred in patients receiving valproic acid and its derivatives. Children under the age of two years are at a considerably increased risk of developing fatal hepatoto...
  14. Depakote ER Extended-Release TabletsDepakote ER Extended-Release Tablets
    Depakote ER Extended-Release TabletsGeneric Name: Divalproex (dye-VAL-proe-ex)Brand Name: Depakote ERLife-threatening liver failure has occurred in patients taking Depakote ER Extended-Release Tablets. Children younger than 2 years old are at increased risk of developing life-threatening liver damage, especially those on more than 1 medicine to treat seizures and those with metabolic disor...
  15. Depakote SprinklesDepakote Sprinkles
    Depakote SprinklesGeneric Name: divalproex sodium (Oral route)dye-VAL-proe-ex SOE-dee-umOral routeTablet, Enteric CoatedTablet, Extended ReleaseCapsule, Delayed ReleaseHepatotoxicityHepatic failure resulting in fatalities has occurred in patients receiving valproic acid and its derivatives. Children under the age of two years are at a considerably increased risk of developing fatal h...