Treatment of epileptic status

The effectiveness of therapy largely depends on the timing of its onset and is real in neuroresuscitation (intensive care) units and intensive care units. The drugs are administered intravenously or into the rectum, if necessary

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The effectiveness of therapy largely depends on the timing of its onset and is real in neuroresuscitation (intensive care) units and intensive care units. The drugs are administered intravenously or into the rectum, if necessary

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Apilepsin, acediprol, orfiril, enkorat.

With proven high clinical efficacy, the mechanism of action of VC is not completely understood. The main areas of influence of VC on epileptic activity are the following: One of the main mechanisms of epileptogenesis

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With proven high clinical efficacy, the mechanism of action of VC is not completely understood. The main areas of influence of VC on epileptic activity are the following: One of the main mechanisms of epileptogenesis

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PRINCIPLES OF MEDICAL TREATMENT OF EPILEPSY

The goal of treating epilepsy is to completely stop seizures without neuropsychiatric, somatic side effects, as well as to ensure the pedagogical, professional and social adaptation of the patient. Since all antiepileptic drugs are potentially

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The goal of treating epilepsy is to completely stop seizures without neuropsychiatric, somatic side effects, as well as to ensure the pedagogical, professional and social adaptation of the patient. Since all antiepileptic drugs are potentially

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Can a child with epilepsy attend regular day care and school?

For a child with epilepsy, it is important that he not be considered an invalid. Epileptic seizures for him are temporary episodes that should not obscure normal life from him. If epileptic seizures are under

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For a child with epilepsy, it is important that he not be considered an invalid. Epileptic seizures for him are temporary episodes that should not obscure normal life from him. If epileptic seizures are under

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What if you witness an epileptic seizure?

In most cases, a developed attack (generalized tonic-clonic) lasts from one to three minutes and, despite the “threatening” nature, does not have a damaging effect on the brain. Therefore, as a rule, drug therapy for

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In most cases, a developed attack (generalized tonic-clonic) lasts from one to three minutes and, despite the “threatening” nature, does not have a damaging effect on the brain. Therefore, as a rule, drug therapy for

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Should epilepsy be treated?

Epilepsy must be treated. In most cases, the sooner the treatment begins, the better is its result and the faster the recovery occurs. A child who is not treated and, accordingly, has a higher risk

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Epilepsy must be treated. In most cases, the sooner the treatment begins, the better is its result and the faster the recovery occurs. A child who is not treated and, accordingly, has a higher risk

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Treatment of childhood forms of epilepsy

When treating children’s forms of epilepsy, the doctor and patient’s parents should act as a kind of “united front”; the work should be built in an environment of mutual trust and understanding of the patient’s

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When treating children’s forms of epilepsy, the doctor and patient’s parents should act as a kind of “united front”; the work should be built in an environment of mutual trust and understanding of the patient’s

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EPILEPTIC STATUS

One of the first definitions of epileptic status was given in 1904 by Clark and Pront: “ES is a condition in which seizures recur with such frequency that coma and exhaustion are constant between them.”

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One of the first definitions of epileptic status was given in 1904 by Clark and Pront: “ES is a condition in which seizures recur with such frequency that coma and exhaustion are constant between them.”

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Kozhevnikov syndrome (epilesia partialis continua) CK

The disease was first described by A.Ya. Kozhevnikov in 1895. In the original description, it is noted that epilesia partialis continua is characterized by a combination of frequent, almost constant motor Jackson paroxysms with local

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The disease was first described by A.Ya. Kozhevnikov in 1895. In the original description, it is noted that epilesia partialis continua is characterized by a combination of frequent, almost constant motor Jackson paroxysms with local

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Lennox-Gasto Syndrome (SLG)

SLH refers to generalized symptomatic epileptic syndromes and is characterized by a combination of several types of generalized seizures, a special type of high-amplitude EEG (gypsarhythmia), and mental and motor developmental delay. According to S.

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SLH refers to generalized symptomatic epileptic syndromes and is characterized by a combination of several types of generalized seizures, a special type of high-amplitude EEG (gypsarhythmia), and mental and motor developmental delay. According to S.

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