Human head and neck Status epilepticus

Status Epilepticus Section I: Scenario DemographicsStatus Epilepticus Section I: Scenario Demographics
Demonstrate clear communication with team members, defining order of tasks and listening to team input. Status epilepticus
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Status Epilepticus E7 Status Epilepticus (SE)Status Epilepticus E7 Status Epilepticus (SE)
Acute life-threatening emergency that demands prompt diagnosis and treatment if severe neurological sequelae (pathologic brain changes) and death are to be minimized!. Status epilepticus
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Target learning groupTarget learning group
Seven month old child brought by parents from home to er seizing for the past five minutes. Status epilepticus
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Gw status epilepticus protocol Applies toGw status epilepticus protocol Applies to
Generalized tonic clonic seizures or focal seizures with altered awareness and at least one of following. Status epilepticus
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How can we minimise the risks to patients when using intravenous phenytoin in status epilepticus (SE)?How can we minimise the risks to patients when using intravenous phenytoin in status epilepticus (SE)?
Prepared by uk medicines Information (ukmi) pharmacists for nhs healthcare professionals. Status epilepticus
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Criteria check listCriteria check list
Provides Care to the Patient with a Seizure Disorder in the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (emu). Status epilepticus
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Status EpilepticusStatus Epilepticus
Status epilepticus is considered to have occurred when a generalised tonic-clonic seizure has lasted greater than 30 minutes. Status epilepticus
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Administering buccal midazolamAdministering buccal midazolam
Caution: When treating an episode of status you must only administer one type of medication e g rectal diazepam or buccal midazolam – not both. Status epilepticus
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\"Seizures\" are periods of uncontrolled electrical activity in the brain"Seizures" are periods of uncontrolled electrical activity in the brain
Seizures” are periods of uncontrolled electrical activity in the brain (also known as “convulsions”); “status epilepticus” is repeated or prolonged seizure activity. Status epilepticus
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Clinical Guidelines on Management of Prolonged Seizures, Serial Seizures and Convulsive Status Epilepticus in ChildrenClinical Guidelines on Management of Prolonged Seizures, Serial Seizures and Convulsive Status Epilepticus in Children
The publication is a project carried out under Hospital Authority Paediatric Coordinating Committee, Quality Assurance Subcommittee. Status epilepticus
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15. Epilepsy and Dementia Study Session 15 Epilepsy and Dementia 315. Epilepsy and Dementia Study Session 15 Epilepsy and Dementia 3
There is no cure for dementia and symptoms tend to get worse over time. However, there are a number of effective treatments that can help people to cope better with their symptoms and improve their quality of life. Status epilepticus
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The French Emergency Medical SystemThe French Emergency Medical System
Icu. In-hospital emergencies are managed by both emergency-room and icu physicians who usually arrive on scene almost immediately and provide advanced life support before icu admission (28). Status epilepticus
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