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      <ArticleType>Pharmacy Practice</ArticleType>
      <ArticleTitle>Questioners for Assessing Quality of Life in People with Epilepsy</ArticleTitle>
      <Abstract>It is generally accepted that HRQOL refers to "an evaluation of one's well-being based on consideration of physical, mental, social, and general health status." In this review we provide information from current studies on the main and most used quality of life (QOL) measures for both adults and children with epilepsy. Measurement of Health Related Quality Of Life (HRQOL) aims at capturing such patient centered effects of therapy. Different epilepsy-specific instruments like QOLIE-89, QOLIE-31, QOLIE-10, QOLIE-AD48, Epilepsy surgery inventory (ESI55), Side effects and life satisfaction (SEALS), Liverpool HRQOL Battery, and Washington psychosocial seizure inventory (WPSI) are used to determine quality of life. This concludes that there were instruments that should be preferred for future use. The Washington Psychosocial Seizure Inventory (WPSI) will be used for the mental and social measures, Epilepsy Surgery Inventory (ESI-55) for surgery, Quality of Life in Epilepsy QOLIE-31 used for adults, Liverpool QOL Batteries used for frequency and intensity of seizure and QOLIE-AD-48 used for adults.</Abstract>
      <Keywords>Epilepsy, Quality of life, Seizure, Health related quality of life</Keywords>
        <Abstract>https://isfcppharmaspire.com/ubijournal-v1copy/journals/abstract.php?article_id=14969&amp;title=Questioners for Assessing Quality of Life in People with Epilepsy</Abstract>