When someone you care for has seizures associated with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS), it raises a number of questions. You may be frustrated, concerned that your expectations aren’t being met. Or, you may feel that you could get the answers you want, if only you knew the right questions to ask.
BANZEL (rufinamide) is a prescription medication approved for the adjunctive treatment of seizures associated with LGS in children 4 years and older and adults. Learn more about BANZEL.
If you have questions about BANZEL or seizures associated with LGS, please ask your healthcare provider. Please see the Important Safety Information below.
If you are unsure how to begin a conversation with your healthcare provider, you may want to consider the following questions:
To make the most of your conversation with your healthcare provider, download and print this discussion guide to share on your next visit. For full prescribing information for BANZEL, click on the Prescribing Information link above.
Please ask your healthcare provider if you have any questions regarding the BANZEL Medication Guide.
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