Management Of Seizures In Infants?
, if the medicine for seizure through the anus should be included when the child has a seizure, right when it has seizure?
Hello Novy, Thank you for the question.
A seizure is a condition characterized by uncontrolled body movements due to an interruption in electrical activity in the brain. In addition to seizures, usually sufferers will also experience other symptoms such as unconsciousness, eye movements toward the top, mouth foaming, or breathing that stops temporarily. Seizures can be caused by a number of the following conditions:
When a child has a seizure, you can do the following tips:
lay the child in a safe place
put a pillow on the child's head
Avoid putting anything in the mouth during the spasms
avoid trying to stop seizures by holding the child's body
loosen tight clothing
tilt the child's head
remain beside the child until the seizure stops
You can enter anti-seizure medication given by the doctor, put in the anus when the seizure is still ongoing because the purpose of this drug is to stop the seizure. If the seizure continues (more than 2 minutes) or recurs or consciousness does not recover after the seizure stops, please take your child to the nearest hospital for further examination and treatment. The doctor will determine the cause of the seizure and provide treatment according to the cause.
Hopefully this information is useful.