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Evidence-based guideline: Management of an unprovoked first seizure in adults

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February 2016: Continuum: Lifelong Learning in Neurology
A Krumholz, S Wiebe, G S Gronseth, D S Gloss, A M Sanchez, A A Kabir, A T Liferidge, J P Martello, A M Kanner, S Shinnar, J L Hopp, J A French
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May 2015: Epilepsy Currents
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JUSTIFICATION: Seizures constitute the most common neurological problem in children and the majority of epilepsy has its onset in childhood. Appropriate diagnosis and management of childhood epilepsy is essential to improve quality of life in these children. Evidence-based clinical practice guidelines, modified to the Indian setting by a panel of experts, are not available. PROCESS: The Indian Academy of Pediatrics organized a consensus meeting on the diagnosis and management of childhood epilepsy on 22-23 of July 2006 at Mumbai...
August 2009: Indian Pediatrics
James F Bale, Deirdre A Caplin, Jaime D Bruse, David Folland
We assessed pediatrician awareness of the parameter ''Evaluating the first non-febrile seizure in children'' and how the concepts of this parameter were incorporated into practice. Although most reported caring for children with seizures, 60% were not aware of the practice parameter. When given the clinical scenario of an otherwise healthy 8-year-old child with a first, unprovoked seizure, management was variable. Most (83%) would obtain an electroencephalography, and many (58%) would order an imaging study, usually a magnetic resonance imaging...
December 2009: Journal of Child Neurology
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