This protocol gives a practical, step-by-step guide to how status epilepticus can be terminated. Topic Co-Chairs: Jan Claassen, MD James J. Riviello Jr, MD Robert Silbergleit, MD.
Treatment of Refractory Status Epilepticus: Literature Review and a Proposed Protocol. Nicholas S. Abend, MD*. † and Dennis J. Dlugos, MD, MSCE*.
1) Generalized convulsive status epilepticus: Use protocol on next page. 2) Non-convulsive status epilepticus by electrographic, electroclinical, or electroradiologic criteria: No strong evidence to guide treatment; decision must be made on a case-by-case basis...
Status epilepticus is generally defined as a single or multiple seizures lasting greater than 30 minutes. If appropriate therapy is delayed, SE can cause permanent neurologic sequela or death, so you should assume that any child who presents actively convulsing is in status epilepticus.
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The protocol was based on a literature review and input from expert reviewers and a professional advisory board.4 Figure 14,18 outlines the protocol for the management of status epilepticus.
Neuroemergencies. References/further reading: ENLS: Emergency Neurological Life Support Protocols: -‐ ENLS Acute Non-‐Traumatic Weakness Protocol: http
A protocol and owchart for managing super-refractory status epilepticus is suggested. In view of the small number of published reports, there is an urgent need for the establishment of a database of outcomes of individual therapies.
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Although non-convulsive status epilepticus includes a number of very different conditions, these forms of status epilepticus share two important qualities: difficulty in making the diagnosis, and uncertainty about the best mode of treatment.