Guidelines for the evaluation and management of status epilepticus.

Status epilepticus (convulsive, non-convulsive and refractory). Guideline Category. Diagnosis Evaluation Management Treatment.

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Treatment for non-convulsive status epilepticus is less urgent than for convulsive status epilepticus.

Status Epilepticus: Do Treatment Guidelines Make Sense?

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Status epilepticus treatment guidelines

Standardized guide-lines are believed to improve the quality of emergency care and outcome. History of the status epilepticus guidelines. Guidelines for phenytoin infusion The treatment of SE in the 1970s involved administering.

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Manage-ment of status epilepticus in infants and children prior to pediatric ICU admission: Deviations from the current guidelines.

Guidelines for the Evaluation and Management of Status Epilepticus

Keywords Status epilepticus Á Seizure Á Guideline Á EEG Á Antiepileptic treatment. Introduction. Status epilepticus (SE) requires emergent, targeted treat-ment to reduce patient morbidity and mortality.

Treatment of status epilepticus – a narrative

Randomised controlled studies of the treatment of status epilepticus (SE) are difficult to perform due to ethical reasons. Therefore, the evidence for treatment guidelines is mainly based on observational studies, case series, case reports, and retrospective database analyses.

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