recurrent seizure

recurrent seizure

Neurology A repeated unprovoked seizure
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[34] Recent study has revealed that 25.5% of the study subjects had recurrent seizure. All the recurrence occurred within 6 months of first episode of seizure.
As the risk of a recurrent seizure is greater within the first two years after a first seizure for adults presenting with an unprovoked first seizure (21-45%) [6], an epileptic drug was started with the warning not to take COX-2 inhibitors.
Here, we firstly reported the observation of a high proportion of the acutely CTZ induced seizure rats having recurrent seizure behavior during the period of up to 6 months after CTZ injection.
In the studies, magnesium sulphate for eclampsia was associated with lower risks of maternal death, recurrent seizure and major morbidity.
Elliott returned to the hospital the following day with "recurrent seizure activity, decreased responsiveness, clenching of her jaw, and an inability to talk and move her left side normally," the suit states.
Antipyretic agents were found to be ineffective in preventing the recurrence of febrile seizures and lowering fever during an episode that led to a recurrent seizure. Parents should be informed about the inefficacy of antipyretic agents during a febrile episode that leads to a febrile seizure and about the benign nature of febrile seizures themselves.
About 10% of patients will experience a seizure sometime in their lives, yet fewer than half will have a second or recurrent seizure. After a second unprovoked seizure, it has been found that risk of a third seizure is greater than 60% (N.
It is important to find out the underlying cause and its treatment for prevention of recurrent seizure.
Fu et al., "The effect of electro acupuncture on spontaneous recurrent seizure and expression of GAD67 mRNA in dentate gyrus in a rat model of epilepsy," Brain Research, vol.
Study subjects were randomized to 1 of 2 groups: lorazepam 2 mg intravenously to prevent a recurrent seizure or usual care consisting of intravenous saline (with dextrose, if not contraindicated) and supplementation of magnesium, thiamine, and multivitamins.
The patient was started on phenytoin, but she experienced recurrent seizure episodes despite reporting compliance with her medication regimen.
Rachel Heiderich was diagnosed at age 6 as having epilepsy (a disorder characterized by recurrent seizure activity).

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