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  1. Status Epilepticus Treatment & Management: Approach Considerations, Prehospital Care, Emergency Department Care

    • Treatment. Approach Considerations. Both generalized tonic-clonic status epilepticus (SE) and subtle SE must be treated aggressively. Maintenance of vital signs, including respiratory function, is of major importance.

    emedicine.medscape.com

  2. Seizures (Convulsions, Status | LOCALIZED (FOCAL) STATUS EPILEPTICUS (REPEATED OR PROLONGED SEIZURE ACTIVITY)

    • Treatment. HEALTH CARE. • Outpatient—isolated seizures in an otherwise healthy dog • Inpatient—cluster seizures (more than one seizure in 24 hours) and status epilepticus (repeated or prolonged.

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  3. Status Epilepticus in dogs

    • While most seizures do not require emergency medical treatment, a dog in status needs veterinary care immediately. It is important to treat a dog with status epilepticus as soon as possible.

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  4. S uper-refractory status epilepticus (SRSE), or seizures

    • This treatment allowed the general anesthetic infusions to be weaned with resolu-tion of status epilepticus. This is the first report of allo-pregnanolone use to treat status epilepticus in children.

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  5. status epilepticus treatment in dogs

    • Can Status Epilepticus Seizures in Dogs and Cats Be Prevented.
    • While most seizures do not require emergency medical treatment, a dog in status needs veterinary care immediately. It is important to treat a dog with status epilepticus as soon as possible.

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  6. Treatment of the refractory status epilepticus patient

    • Status epilepticus. Intial management. Patient monitoring. Treatment.
    • Saito M, Munana, KR, Sharp N et al (2001) Risk factors for development of status epilepticus in dogs with idiopathic epilepsy and effects of status epilepticus on outcome and survival time.

    www.canineepilepsy.co.uk

  7. Treatment of tonic-clonic status epilepticus

    • The mortality of status epilepticus is about 20%, most patients dying of the underlying condition rather than the status epilepticus itself or its treatment. Permanent neurological and mental deterioration may result from status epilepticus, particularly in young children...

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  8. Home Treatment with Rectal Diazepam for Cluster Seizures in Dogs

    • Why is home treatment necessary for some dogs? Most dogs with idiopathic epilepsy suffer isolated seizures that stop spontaneously within one to three minutes. However, some dogs with epilepsy tend to suffer cluster seizures or status epilepticus.

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  9. Emergent Epilepsy & Status Epilepticus | Clinician's Brief

    • Recent evidence also shows that dogs undergoing surgery for PSS may be treated prophylactically with levetiracetam at 20 mg/kg PO q8h for 24 hours before surgery.1.
    • Consequences of Status Epilepticus Seizures are not benign and may warrant investigation or additional treatment.

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  10. New Guideline for Treatment of Prolonged Seizures in Children and Adults | American Epilepsy Society

    • American Epilepsy Society issues guideline and treatment algorithm for convulsive status epilepticus.
    • Despite recognition of the need to address status epilepticus as a critical care emergency, current treatment approaches vary dramatically.

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