Could it be Dravet Syndrome?

Why diagnosing Dravet Syndrome matters

Previously known as severe myoclonic epilepsy in infancy (SMEI), Dravet Syndrome has a devastating impact on patients and family members, but it can be effectively managed with appropriate treatment and support. Diagnosis at any age - including late adulthood – and getting the right treatment in place improves health and quality of life and can help reduce the risk of SUDEP. Healthcare professionals at the frontline of treating seizures and other symptoms of Dravet Syndrome have a key role to play in improving the diagnosis and management.

Click here to download our diagnosis guide for Healthcare Professionals.