Remacemide

Category: Anticonvulsant



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Remacemide is a drug which acts as a low-affinity NMDA antagonist with sodium channel blocking properties.[2] It has been studied for the treatment of acute ischemic stroke,[3][4] epilepsy,[5] Huntington's disease, and Parkinson's disease. Because remacemide has only a modest effect on seizure frequency and causes dizziness, it is no longer believed that remacemide will be an effective treatment for epilepsy.[6] ...

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