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Gonda Hervaud 1h
Non-convulsive presenting as acute state in a young adult: Increased awareness of suspicion are needed for timely diagnosis of if a patient presents with acute onset of unexplainable cognitive or behavioral change
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P. David Adelson, MD Jul 15
Treatment algorithm for refractory .
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P. David Adelson, MD Jul 15
The cell at risk for cell death from multiple mechanisms during Need to try to prevent each and any of these mechanisms to prevent cell death? .
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Gonda Hervaud Jul 5
Nonconvulsive in Patients with Altered Mental Status Admitted to Hamad General Hospital, Doha, Qatar Regarding the duration of cEGG monitoring to diagnose the majority of cases, 3 days of monitoring could accomplish this task
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Gonda Hervaud Jul 6
MR Imaging Features of Non Convulsive : A Great Masquerader- Absence of visible seizure manifestations may lead clinician in the intensive care unit disregard the diagnosis of NCSE - … …
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Michael Griksaitis Apr 17
Phenytoin vs Levetiracetam for status epilepticus: no significant difference So we now need to consider safety profile of each drug, ease of preparation & administration. Suspect Levetiracetam wins this....
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Richard 11 May 18
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IctalGroup Jul 16
in – Can we frame a uniform treatment protocol? ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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P. David Adelson, MD Jul 15
has been used to successfully treat refractory . Great work by Dr. Brian Appavu and team
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Gonda Hervaud Oct 2
infusion for refractory : A case report of : Ketamine is utilized to treat , but should be used with caution in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage.
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Gonda Hervaud Oct 2
after administration for refractory in patients at risk of shock
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lilseizy Dec 31
..but today actually marks TWO months without any grand mal seizures or instances of status epilepticus
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Lucy McIntosh 16 Oct 17
Not bad for a 10 day turnaround. I will never stop fighting.
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gregor prosen 5 May 18
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𝓐𝓷𝓰𝓲𝓮° May 24
Replying to @Basicc_Angiee
He has an entire team in epilepsy, neurology, genetics, and soon endocrinology. We are very very lucky to have such a amazing hospital so close to home💗
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Molly Studholme 9 Dec 17
Feel like everything has hit me all at once today. So frightened all the time.
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Mac Keith Press 11 May 18
The June issue of is out now! It includes: in , in adolescents, interactive media as a tool for reducing , a review of , and much more!
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Montefiore-Einstein Neurology 10 May 18
Concluding our Resident Research Symposium: resident Bridget Leone presents her study on a protocol to treat convulsive in children using guidelines.
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P. David Adelson, MD Jul 15
leads to increased release, causing influx of calcium as part of normal excitatory response. but then too much leading to excitotoxicity from increased accumulation intracellular calcium leading to cell death in
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why_behave Oct 31
She threw "scissors", what will you give to her ?? Lorazepam 😂🤣🤥
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