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What is a focal seizure? What happens in a focal seizure? What is a Jacksonian seizure? What is a ToddÂ’s paresis seizure? What are common symptoms of focal seizures in the temporal lobes? What are common symptoms of focal seizures in the frontal lobes? What are common symptoms of focal seizures in the occipital lobes? What are symptoms of focal seizures in the parietal lobes?
Published by Tania Ward 75 months ago in Seizures | +3 votes | 2 comments
What is a generalised seizure? How is a generalised seizure different to a focal seizure? Are there different types of generalised seizure? Do all generalised seizures involve convulsions? Is a drop-attack a type of generalised seizure? What are absences and myoclonic jerks? WhatÂ’s the difference between a tonic seizure and an atonic seizure? WhatÂ’s the difference between a tonic seizure and a tonic clonic seizure?
Published by Tania Ward 75 months ago in Seizures | +1 votes | 2 comments
Once a diagnosis of Epilepsy is made, the next thing an individual will want to know is; how will I be treated for this? Do I need medication? What will my care plan be? What are my prospects for recovery? Are there any side effects connected to the treatment I am being offered? Is there anything I can do to lower the risk of repeat seizures?
Published by Tania Ward 75 months ago in Seizures | +1 votes | 1 comments
How is a diagnosis of Epilepsy made? What tests are done to determine if a seizure is epileptic? What is an organic non-epileptic seizure? What is a psychogenic seizure? What information does a doctor use to decide whether or not I will need medication? Are there other conditions besides Epilepsy that can cause seizures?
Published by Tania Ward 75 months ago in Seizures | +4 votes | 6 comments
What is epilepsy? What causes epilepsy? What triggers seizures? Will I always need medication? Is epilepsy hereditary? Here is some basic information about Epilepsy, it's causes, statistics on medication usage, becoming seizure free, and what triggers to avoid. Written by someone who lives with epilepsy, for other people who may be facing new diagnosis.
Published by Tania Ward 75 months ago in Seizures | +3 votes | 0 comments
Seizure is usually a symptoms rather than a disease itself. It is occurs as result of abnormal electrical impluses in the brain. In a few cases, some people experiences aura or a kind of a warning of an impending seizure while in other cases, no warning is experienced and may occur anywhere, anytime. There are simple things that you can do to help any person who experiences a seizure.
Published by Timm 75 months ago in Seizures | +13 votes | 4 comments
Seizure is usually a symptoms rather than a disease itself. It is occurs as result of abnormal electrical impluses in the brain. In a few cases, some people experiences aura or a kind of a warning of an impending seizure while in other cases, no warning is experienced and may occur anywhere, anytime. There are simple things that you can do to help any person who experiences a seizure.
Published by Timm 234 months ago in Seizures | +0 votes | 0 comments
Epilan is the grouping of two structurally associated time-proven antiepileptic drugs with different action mechanisms.
Published by Dharmesh Tolia 77 months ago in Seizures | +1 votes | 2 comments
What types of epilepsy are there? Are there Treatments? Read more here...
Published by BlaBla 94 months ago in Seizures | +3 votes | 0 comments
Febrile fits are convulsions that take place during very high temperatures or during high fever spikes among children between the ages of 6 months to 6 years.
Published by Pandula Siribaddana 95 months ago in Seizures | +0 votes | 0 comments
The goal for the refresher training about epilepsy and seizure management is to help emergency responders to increase their understanding in managing, knowing causes, and recognizing the different types of seizures.
Published by mobilecitybuzz 98 months ago in Seizures | +4 votes | 4 comments
How to help someone who is having a seizure. What kinds of seizures are common.
Published by sarah hara 99 months ago in Seizures | +1 votes | 0 comments
What to do as a parent during a child's febrile seizure
Published by Tere Scott 104 months ago in Seizures | +8 votes | 1 comments
Here I have given idea about epilepsy, its pathophysiology and signs with symptoms.Here the readers will get a brief idea about the epilepsy
Published by Master 105 months ago in Seizures | +9 votes | 6 comments
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