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Status epilepticus is defined as a seizure, or seizures with no resolution to a neurologically normal state, lasting for 30 minutes or more?
In the context of a collapsing patient; the presence of urinary incontinence is positively predicitive of a seizure?
Non epileptic attacks are associated with a more fluctauting course of seizure compared with generalised tonic-clonic seizures?
First line therapy for status epilepticus is a benzodiazepine after 5 minutes of seizure activity, they have an appoximately 50-60% rate of seizure termination?
Benzodiazepines become more effective at seizure termination the longer that the seizure has been ongoing?
The second line antiepileptic levetiracetam can be given quicker than phenytoin?