LGS PATIENT PROFILES

Profile of a child with LGS

Medical history

  • 12-year-old male, 82 lbs
  • Seizure types
    • Tonic
    • Tonic-clonic
    • Tonic-atonic (drop attacks)
  • Frequency of seizures over the past 2 months has increased
  • Diagnosed with LGS at 4 years old
  • Has been in doctor's care for seizures since he was 1 year old
  • Is currently in same doctor's care

Additional information

  • Living with his family with a moderate level of functioning

Current medications

  • Valproate 250 mg TID
  • Topiramate 300 mg TID

Consider adding BANZEL® to treat his seizures associated with LGS

This case study presents a hypothetical patient.

illustration of profile view of a young boy who is 12 years of age. (profile of a child with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome)

Profile of an adult with LGS

Medical history

  • 29-year-old female, 121 lbs
  • Seizure types
    • Tonic-atonic (drop attacks)
    • Atypical absence
    • Tonic-clonic
  • Number of seizures per month has been increasing, with the average frequency over the past month being 100 episodes
  • Diagnosed with LGS at 8 years
  • Clinical syndrome and electrographic patterns are consistent with LGS, confirming diagnosis
  • Has never been seizure-free for more than 1 week
  • Profound intellectual disability*

Additional information

  • Presented as a referral to a Level 4 epilepsy practice at 18 years from a rural community where she had been seen by a neurologist

Current therapies

  • Clonazepam 15 mg QD
  • Valproate 500 mg TID
  • Vagus nerve stimulation (rapid cycle) initiated at age 28

Consider adding BANZEL® to treat her seizures associated with LGS

This case study presents a hypothetical patient.
*BANZEL is not indicated for the treatment of intellectual abilities.

illustration of profile view of a young woman who is 29 years old. (profile of an adult with Lennox- Gastaut syndrome)