Management Of Sudden Seizures?
Seizures are uncontrollable movements or contractions of the body's muscles. The causes of seizures are very diverse, ranging from fever, head injury, lack of body electrolytes, bites from poisonous animals to seizures for no apparent reason or commonly called idiopathic seizures.
The goal of treatment when people around us are having a seizure is to minimize injury. What you can do is:
tilt the patient
Do not put anything in the patient's mouth
Loosen clothes that are too tight, especially the neck area
keep the patient away from dangerous objects such as sharp objects
Do not fight the patient's seizure movements, especially with violence
Note the duration of the patient's seizures. If it lasts more than 5 minutes, contact the medical team immediately for help
You should invite your sister to also consult a neurologist for an evaluation and to rule out other possible diseases.
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