When given Keppra at 1 thousand mg twice a day by mistake for 35 days. how long would it take to get out of your system and for brain function to return t0 normal.
2 Dec 2010
It takes approximately 5.5 x elimination half lifes for a medicine to be out of your system.
Keppra (Levetiracetam) has a plasma half-life in adults of 7 ± 1 hour and is unaffected by either dose or repeated administration.
Therefore it can take about 44 hours (5.5 x 8 hours) for Keppra to be out of ones system.
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