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Table S1. Numbers, percentages, and ORs ofhaving a specific AED1 prescribed by a pediatricneurologist rather than by other physicians in continuous AED userswith a diagnosis of epilepsy (n = 3,631).

Table S2. Sociodemographic risk factors forreceiving a prescription of the five most prescribed AEDs inepilepsy patients on continuous AED treatment(n = 3,631): percentages.

Table S3. Sociodemographic risk factors forreceiving a prescription of the five most prescribed AEDs inepilepsy patients on continuous AED treatment(n = 3,631): crude odds ratios.

Table S4. Adjusted1 odds ratios(ORs) for being treated by a pediatric neurologist versus otherphysicians in different sociodemographic subgroups among continuousAED-users with a diagnosis of epilepsy (N = 3,631). Dataare stratified on habilitation needs.

Table S5. Adjusted1 odds ratios(ORs) for being treated by a pediatric neurologist versus otherphysicians in different sociodemographic subgroups among continuousAED-users with a diagnosis of epilepsy (N = 3,631). Dataare stratified on comorbidity.

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