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Anti-epileptics ‘increase risk’ of pneumonia in Alzheimer’s patientsSubscription

21 March, 2019 By Nursing Times News Desk

Patients with Alzheimer’s disease using anti-epileptic drugs have twice the risk of pneumonia compared to non-users, according to researchers.

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