Status epilepticus treatment guidelines. Reetta Kälviäinen. Article first published online: 30 OCT 2007.
Full-length original research. Second-line status epilepticus treatment: Comparison of phenytoin, valproate, and levetiracetam.
† Refractory status epilepticus describes continuing sei-zures despite adequate initial pharmacologic treatment. This situation is common in children, but few data are available to guide management.
History of the status epilepticus guidelines. Guidelines for phenytoin infusion The treatment of SE in the 1970s involved administering.
Manage-ment of status epilepticus in infants and children prior to pediatric ICU admission: Deviations from the current guidelines.
treat. acidosis. Refractory status epilepticus (> 60 minutes): • Shift to ICU with facility for hemodynamic monitoring and cEEG monitoring, identification and treatment of medical complications including.
Status epilepticus (convulsive, non-convulsive and refractory). Guideline Category.
Keywords: generalised convulsive status epilepticus, non-convulsive status epilepti-cus, refractory status epilepticus, treatment.
Pem guide – status epilepticus. INTRODUCTION The definition of status epilepticus (SE) has been redefined as: 5 minutes of continuous clinical or electrographic seizure activity, or recurrent seizure activity without interim return to baseline mental status.
AAN Guideline Summary for PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES. Diagnosing the cause of status epilepticus in children.