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  1. Seizures

    • Epilepsy is defined as recurrent unprovoked seizures caused by a genetically determined or acquired brain disorder1; it is not an appropriate term for sei-zures that occur
    • Medications and Dosages for Emergency Treatment of Prolonged Seizures and Status Epilepticus. Medication. Adult dose.

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  2. status epilepticus caused by unprovoked seizures

    • We asked whether acute symptomatic status epilepticus (SE) increases the risk for subsequent unprovoked seizure compared with less prolonged acute symptomatic seizure. We also explored whether the risk of unprovoked seizure differs by cause.

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  3. Status epilepticus: pathophysiology and management in

    • Several prognostic factors are important in predicting outcome of status epilepticus: cause, age, seizure duration, and response to treatment.
    • Risk of unprovoked seizure after acute symptomatic seizure: effect of status epilepticus.

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  4. Partial seizures show EEG abnormalities that begin

    • There are some neurologists who believe that this treatment after the first unprovoked seizure may prevent subsequent epilepsy althought there is
    • to the underlying condition that causes the seizure - oedema due to status epilepticus itself is vasogenic in origin and thus steroids may be useful.

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  5. Unprovoked Status Epilepticus: The Prognosis for

    • OBJECTIVE: To document the effect of unprovoked status epilepticus (SE) on the prognosis for otherwise normal children with focal epilepsy.
    • 20. Ellenberg JH, Hirtz DG, Nelson KB. Do seizures in children cause intellectual deterior-ation? N Engl J Med. 1986;314(17):1085– 1088.

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  6. Pediatric Status Epilepticus Treatment & Management: Approach Considerations, Prehospital Care, Patient Stabilization

    • No consensus has been reached regarding the need for treatment after an instance of febrile SE or when a first unprovoked seizure is an SE episode.
    • Table 1. Medical Treatment of Seizures and Status Epilepticus Based on Time Elapsed Since Seizure Onset (Steps 2-4).

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  7. Status Epilepticus | Epilepsy Foundation

    • Status Epilepticus. Most seizures end after a few moments or a few minutes.
    • In the very young, febrile seizures are a leading cause of status epilepticus. In middle-aged adults, single, unprovoked episodes of status are common; later in life, stroke is a common cause.

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  8. Administration of Intranasal Midazolam for Pediatrics | PDF Flipbook

    • OBJECTIVES STATUS EPILEPTICUS ƒ Definition: Recurrent, unprovoked seizures caused by biochemical anatomical biochemical, anatomical, and physiological changes • Chronic condition • Categorized by two or more unprovoked seizures • Continuous clinical or electrographic seizure...

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  9. Evaluation of First Nonfebrile Seizures - American Family Physician

    • Unprovoked. Remote symptomatic (caused by previous static brain disease). Perinatal injury.
    • Clinical policy for the initial approach to patients presenting with a chief complaint of seizure who are not in status epilepticus. Ann Emerg Med.

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  10. Seizures

    • • Epilepsy – recurrent, unprovoked seizures caused by genetically determined or acquired brain disorder.
    • • Status Epilepticus – at least 5 minutes of persistent seizure activity or a series of recurrent seizures without.

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