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What is a convulsion?
What causes Epileptic seizures?
What determines the type of epileptic seizure an individual will have?
What would the ‘tonic’ part of a convulsion represent?
A typical Epileptic tonic clonic seizure will terminate after how long?
What would the ‘clonic’ part of a convulsion represent?
CSE stands for what?
A seizure starting in one part of the brain can be described as what?
What terminology is often used to describe a sense or feeling sometime felt by an individual prior to a seizure?
What are psychological convulsions commonly associated with?
Patients with psychological convulsions have commonly had incorrect diagnosis of epilepsy and many are treated with antiepileptic medication, True or False?
Over 90% of convulsions in children will stop within how many minutes?
It is not possible for a person experiencing a vasovagal syncope to mimic convulsion like activity during the event, True or False?
A 22+ week pregnant patient having a convulsion with high blood pressure and no previous past medical history indicates what type of condition?
An atonic seizure can be described as what?
Which of the following define status epilepticus
Diazepam has what pharmacological effect on the patient
What is the theoretical maximum amount of IV diazepam that can be given to a status epilepticus patient where clinical advice has been sought
What potential medications can be administered to an eclamptic patient having a convulsion over 3 minutes long and still convulsing
What does PNES stand for