4 edition of Seizures of youth found in the catalog.
Seizures of youth
Includes bibliographical references (p. 193-207) and index.
|Statement||Robin Gerster and Jan Bassett.|
|Contributions||Bassett, Jan, 1953-|
|LC Classifications||DU117.14 .G47 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||92172334|
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For children Lee: the Rabbit with Epilepsy by Deborah Moss. Part of "The Special Needs Collection" for ages Published24 pages. Explains epilepsy in a reassuring way for newly diagnosed children, their siblings and friends. Special People, Special Ways by Arlene Maguire.
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Diagnosing Seizures: Different types of medical tests help doctors diagnose seizures in teens. However, Electroencephalogram (EEG) is the most effective diagnostic tool for seizures in teens. It records brain waves with the help of a painless test. Neurologists interpret EEG by referring to the pattern of waves and spikes.
• Driving is not permitted when seizures are not controlled • State laws differ as to when an individual with epilepsy can drive. • Know your state’s laws about: children and youth with epilepsy to travel long distances, resulting in missed school time, loss of work days and extra expenses for travel and lodging.
Febrile seizures may occur in young children in association with febrile illnesses. We will consider seizures occurring during febrile illnesses. To meetwe require documentation of seizures during nonfebrile periods and epilepsy must be established. Description of seizure. Seizure is the second book in the YA Virals series by Kathy Reichs author of the Temperance Brennan (Bones) novels.
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Partial Seizures. Partial seizures are divided into two main types, depending on whether or not consciousness is fully preserved. During simple partial seizures, consciousness is preserved; the person is alert, can respond to questions or commands, and can remember what occurred during the partial seizures with subjective symptomatology are often referred to as auras.
There are several different types of seizures in ric seizures can be categorized as two broad types, focal and generalized: Focal seizures.
Pediatric focal seizures take place when abnormal electrical brain function occurs in one or more areas of one side of the brain. Given the limited diagnostic and clinical training offered to clinicians, this book aims to equip professionals with the tools needed to improve the poor quality of life of youth with PNES.
The text begins by introducing the main features of the disorder and the problems involved in. Temporal lobe seizures, a category of focal seizures, are the most common type of epilepsy in both children and adults.
The temporal lobe is located beneath the temples, on either side of the head. It is responsible for memory, emotions, interpreting sounds, and understanding language. Seizures in children may be caused by metabolic imbalances, genetic conditions, brain malformations, trauma and infections.
But a high fever, especially when accompanied by an illness such as chickenpox, the flu or an ear infection, is the most common cause of. The study has been approved by an Institutional Review Board and is part of Andrea Tanner’s Ph.D.
dissertation. If you are a youth between 13 and 18 living with psychogenic non-epileptic seizures or a parent of a child diagnosed with PNES, you may want to consider contacting her to hear more about this study and to make your voice heard. This book presents a collection of 68 personal accounts from people with epilepsy illustrating the wide range of experiences associated with seizures and living with epilepsy.
Many of these stories are told by people who have had epilepsy for years and their passages are heartfelt and realistic. Seizures or convulsions are known to be possible side effects of nicotine poisoning.
Users often swallowed vaping liquid containing nicotine. especially our nation’s youth, from the dangers.Autonomic seizures cause changes in the part of the nervous system that automatically controls bodily functions. Symptoms of autonomic seizures might include: Strange or unpleasant sensations in the stomach, chest or head.
Changes in the heart rate or breathing. Sweating. Goose bumps. Dyscognitive seizures change how kids think, feel or.