Treatment of status epilepticus with intravenous medications

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Status epilepticus is a medical emergency that usually requires intravenous medication. Medications are given as single IV boluses, or as IV loading doses followed by maintenance doses...

Compare 18 Status Epilepticus Medications | Drugs.com

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Medications for Status Epilepticus. Care Notes. Medication List.

Status Epilepticus Medical Information

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certain medications such as theophylline. salt imbalances. serious infections that affect the brain, such as encephalitis. Status epilepticus can occur at any age.

Status epilepticus | definition of status epilepticus by Medical...

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status epilepticus. a medical emergency characterized by continuous seizures lasting more than 30 minutes without interruption.

Treatment of Refractory Status Epilepticus

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In some children with status epilepticus, seizures persist despite treatment with adequate doses of an initial two or three anticonvulsant medications, and this condition...

Medical Treatment of Pediatric Status Epilepticus

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A recent survey re-ported that 79% of parents had a rescue medication care plan, 75% of those who had

Status Epilpeticus | Johns Hopkins Medicine Health Library

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How is status epilepticus diagnosed? Your health care provider will do a thorough physical exam and ask about your health history, any medications you are taking and if you’ve been using alcohol or...

Status Epilepticus | Epilepsy Foundation

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Lorazepam vs. Diazepam. Learn about the PECARN study that assessed which medication was more effective as the first treatment for pediatric status epilepticus.

Status Epilepticus Management Information Page | Patient

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Convulsive status epilepticus is an emergency and requires immediate medical attention.

Management of Status Epilepticus in Children

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Abstract: Status epilepticus is a common pediatric neurological emergency. Management includes prompt administration of appropriately selected anti-seizure medications...

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