Acute management of seizures in children

Academic Article


  • Seizures in children are not uncommon, and more than half of these seizures have no known cause. This discussion and review of seizures covers three types of presentations: the child who presents following an initial seizure; the child who presents with serial seizures or continuous seizures (status epilepticus); and the child who presents following a febrile seizure. T he nurse practitioner can play a critical role in the assessment and management of children presenting with each of these three types of seizures. A review of drug management of childhood seizures and a comprehensive review of the critical areas to cover in counseling the child, family and community are included. © Williams & Wilkins 1986. All Rights Reserved.
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  • Nurse Practitioner  Journal
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    Author List

  • Percy AK; Percy PD
  • Start Page

  • 15
  • End Page

  • 28
  • Volume

  • 11
  • Issue

  • 2