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An epidemiological study on epilepsy in amaravathi capital, ap: rural perspective a population based study

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Kamal Teja Pothamsetty, Gopi Manideep, M., Goutham Kumar, K., Uhanjali, A. and Manasa, D.
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Background: Approximately 80 million people currently live with epilepsy worldwide. The estimated proportion of the general population with active epilepsy (i.e. continuing seizures or with the need for treatment) at a given time is between 4 and 10 per 1000 people. Globally, an estimated 2.4 million people are diagnosed with epilepsy each year. In our study we are considering the prevalence, adherence, risk factors. Method: The study was conducted in rural areas of Amaravathi capital, AP. Socio-demographics, drug therapy, disease pattern, risk factors, socio-economic status were considered during the process of data collection. Results: During the study period 703 subjects of either sex were enrolled. Out of 4000 study population 703 were suffering with epilepsy remaining 1797 were not suffering with epilepsy. It was found that epilepsy distribution was more between ages of 10-40 yrs of age. In our study it was found that 441(63) were males, 262(37) were females. Finally, it was found that epilepsy was more distributed in males than in females. The prevalence of epilepsy in rural areas in and around Amaravathi region was 17.575%. The prevalence epilepsy in rural areas of Amaravathi region per person day was 0.006276. Conclusion: Based on the results obtained our study Strongly concludes that The prevalence of epilepsy in rural areas in and around Amaravathi region was 17.575% by October-December 2017. The prevalence epilepsy in rural areas of Amaravathi region per person day was 0.006276.The prevalence epilepsy in rural areas of Amaravathi region per person year was 2.2910.

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