Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people with epilepsy: Findings from the Brazilian arm of the COV-E study


Maria Andraus Jennifer Thorpe Xin You Tai Samantha Ashby Asma Hallab Ding Ding Patricia Dugan Piero Perucca  Daniel Costello Jacqueline A French Terence J O’Brien Chantal Depondt Danielle M Andrade Robin Sengupta Norman Delanty Nathalie Jette Charles R Newton Martin J Brodie Orrin Devinsky, J Helen Cross Li M Li Carlos Silvado Luis Moura Harvey Cosenza Jane P Messina Jane HannaJosemir W Sander Arjune Sen COVID-19, Epilepsy COV-E Study Group

The COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on people and healthcare services. The disruption to chronic illnesses, such as epilepsy, may relate to several factors ranging from direct infection to secondary effects from healthcare reorganization and social distancing measures. See the full publication here. 



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