Volume 16, special issue 1, October 2014
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Prolonged Epileptic Disorders : Identification and Rescue Treatment Strategies - Full PDF
Alexis Arzimanoglou, Thomas Bast, Jaume Campistol, Richard Chin, Aristea Galanopoulou, Lieven Legae
Experts Ped Meeting October 9th-12th 2013 Château de Faverge, Lyon, France
Understanding the mechanisms, identifying and treating prolonged epileptic seizures
Alexis Arzimanoglou, Lieven Lagae
Prolonged Epileptic Seizures: identification and treatment
Setting the scene: definition of prolonged seizures, acute repetitive seizures, and status epilepticus. Do we know why seizures stop?
J. Helen Cross
What are the effects of prolonged seizures in the brain?
Rod C Scott
What is more harmful, seizures or epileptic EEG abnormalities? Is there any clinical data?
Gregory L. Holmes
Prolonged seizures: what are the mechanisms that predispose or cease to be protective? A review of animal data
Outcome of status epilepticus. What do we learn from animal data?
Stéphane Auvin, Nina Dupuis
Overview of clinical efficacy and risk data of benzodiazepines for prolonged seizures
What are the best ways to deliver benzodiazepines in children/patients with prolonged convulsive seizures?
Richard FM Chin
Developmental pharmacology of benzodiazepines under normal and pathological conditions
Meaghan K. McGoldrick, Aristea S. Galanopoulou
Treating acute seizures with benzodiazepines: does seizure duration matter?
David E. Naylor
Are febrile seizures an indication for intermittent benzodiazepine treatment, and if so, in which cases?
Peter Camfield, Carol Camfield
Syndromes at risk of status epilepticus in children: genetic and pathophysiological issues
Bernd A. Neubauer, Andreas Hahn
Syndromes with very low risk of acute prolonged seizures
Is there a need for further trials for the treatment of prolonged seizures?
John M. Pellock, Syndi Seinfeld