Kepra is a common misspelling of Keppra (levetiracetam).
What is Keppra (Kepra)?
Keppra (Kepra) is an anticonvulsant. Exactly how it works is unknown, but it may work by slowing abnormal nerve impulses in the brain.
Keppra (Kepra) is used to treat partial-onset, myoclonic, or generalized tonic-clonic seizure in patients with epilepsy. It is used in combination with other medicines. Keppra (Kepra) may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor.
Keppra (Kepra) helps reduce the frequency of partial epileptic seizures, a form of epilepsy in which neural disturbances are limited to a specific region of the brain and the victim remains conscious throughout the attack. Keppra (Kepra) is used along with other epilepsy medications, never by itself.Keppra (Kepra) comes in both tablet and liquid forms and is usually taken twice a day.
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Frequently asked questions
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