What is the usual lab level of keppra? what is the usual range?

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4 Feb 2010

In adults, dosing should be initiated at 500 mg twice daily. The dose may be titrated based on patient response with 1,000 mg/day increments every 2 weeks, up to 3,000 mg/day. Higher doses have been used in clinical trials, but may not provide additional therapeutic benefit in all patients.
See http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/441914_9

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