Seizure observation record

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Avatar f tn I am now waiting to see a neurologist and they have given me an appointment within the week.
Avatar n tn Prior to that, he was fully independent and had a clean medical record except Atrial Fibrillation. After the stroke, dad was able to walk with a prong cane for 1500 ft under 1 minimal assistance. His right leg muscles are very weak especially in his quadriceps. On December 10, 2007, after he slept; dad had a seizure which lasted about 10 minutes according to mom. He was admitted to the hospital for observation. However, he broke out high temperature the next day.
Avatar n tn You may want to talk to your epileptologist about something called non-epileptoform seizure-like events. These are seizure-like events that are not driven by an abnormal brain.
Avatar f tn Usually people who have had heart problems, high blood pressure or seizure disorders are the ones at the highest risk for those types of complications. However, going through withdrawls dose raise your blood pressure so it is never a good idea to go off of medications without medical suport or observation.
145992 tn?1341348674 he could have had a seizure. How old is he? my dd had a seizure while eating on three seperate dates. turned out after 4 months of testing that she has reflux and asthma and what they believe happend was that during her feeding her food intake was not going down and her ashtma then kicked in resulting in a seizure brough on by just that. She turned blue two of those times. She is fine now. Medicated with Prevacid and Flovent. Did he go fall asleep after that?
486038 tn?1300066967 so they admitted me for observation. I was honestly feeling better and wonder what it would have looked like in the afternoon. I kept falling asleep (well, it took 8 hrs.) The tests showed I was low on magnesium and potassium. Why would that be, could anyone tell me? Also, my legs have basically turned to jello, and i can't move them hardly at all and i have to pick them up with my hands to get them off the ground.
Avatar m tn He had two seizures, one on Sunday and one on Monday, at almost exactly the same time in the evening. After the second seizure, the vet put him on phenobarbital (97 mg/2x per day). He's been on it for five days now and is still pretty out of it. He is extremely lethargic (sleeps most of the day), has coordination problems, and weakness in his hind end. He walks veeery slowly. He's also extremely hungry and thirsty. I've read that all of these are possible phenobarbital side effects.
Avatar f tn If baby is suspected of having abnormal sugar levels, then baby will likely be taken to the nursury for 12-24 hours for observation to make sure a seizure does NOT happen. For me, it wasn't worth the risks. I took the dumb test for the FOURTH time and when I failed, I made major changes to my eating habits. This seems to control my blood sugar MOST the time, but not ALL the time. I dread stabbing myself 4 times per day to get a sugar reading; I hate paying the co-pay for all my supplies...
1268537 tn?1323633089 It is good though that the CT scan result was fine. However, we really need the EEG result to rule out seizure. With your history of car crash, post traumatic headache is a possibility.It would help also to have imaging tests done on your back since there has been symptoms of back pain as well. Try not to be scared. Hang on. Learn more about atypical migraines and have an open communication with your doctor about your management plan. Take care and do keep us posted.
Avatar n tn eeg was done and there was an observation of Hyper-ventilation was applied and potentiated the record of 5-6 hz slow abnormal delta waves consistent with intermittent slowing .p.s.remaining uncontributory in nature and impression is that abnormal eeg record with bio frontal slowing .
Avatar n tn eeg was done and there was an observation of Hyper-ventilation was applied and potentiated the record of 5-6 hz slow abnormal delta waves consistent with intermittent slowing .p.s.remaining uncontributory in nature and impression is that abnormal eeg record with bio frontal slowing .
544292 tn?1268886268 Theres a lot of conflicting information about seizures on the list. I've never seen anYone have a seizure in tramadol WITHDRAWAL. Have seen several people have seizures when TAKING tramadol. AND, every tramadol related seizure I saw did not seem related to how high a dose the person was taking; RATHER was in instances where someone markedly INCREASED their dose. I think the confusion is in that seizures are common when withdrawing from sedatives (alcohol, barbiturates, benzodiazapines etc).
363110 tn?1340924019 Tylenol levels were slightly high and it had plenty of time to absorb since it was 2 hrs from the time of taking the meds til I was admitted to the ER and given charcoal. it was a real wakeup call and during the 72hr observation period at inpatient care, through group meetings (required to attend multiple times per day) I admitted to myself AND my family that I've developed an addiction to soma in the last 2 months. it was hard to admit and talk to my husband honestly about but I did.
Avatar m tn Hi im a 23 yr old female with a pacemaker and ive been hospitialized over 100 times due to elevated heart enzymes. They keep me for a day or two but never find any new problems or cause. So im wandering why it is they go up so often.
748543 tn?1463449675 However, when objective evaluation tools such as Electromyography to study the muscle condition, computerized jaw tracking to record and document functional abnormalities, x-rays and MRIs to study the structure are available and yet ignored, it is like saying " lets just do away with the EKG, just ask the patient if they have chest pain". Dentistry has traditionally been a profession guided largely by mechanical concept. It does not have to that way anymore.
Avatar n tn They are especially effective anti-anxiety, muscle relaxant and tranquilizer drugs. Klonopin is also used as an anti-seizure drug. Among these drugs, Klonopin is longer acting. Like Valium and the others, it is fairly addictive. Like Valium and the others, it is tricky to go off of after using it for a long time. Klonopin and Vicoprofen makes for a potent combination. If you're taking them for migraines and disk pain, they should provide considerable relief.
Avatar m tn come saturday night my roommates dog started having seizure or stroke like symptoms late in the afternoon. He was breathing hard, wouldnt blink his eyes at one point. was laying on his side we tried standing him up and he would just do a stumble walk till he fell back over. According to the vet his temp was a tiny bit over normal. He injected him with pain kills and stuff. He said he is going to keep the dog one more night to draw some blood. He told us he isnt sure.
Avatar f tn They give you IV antibiotics before, during and after and kept me for about 5 hours afterwards for observation. I had a pain killer perscription that we got filled on the way home, by the next morning I called in for something stronger. I only took pain meds for about 4.5 days, and mostly because I have a large chest and my breast put pressure on the implant and pushed it into nerves. It is uncomfortable, and took about 6 weeks to heal.
Avatar n tn Thank you for your comments. Actually, no, I'm not doing very well with this to be honest. Lucy was long ago by a trainer determined to be a "prodigy dog", meaning, one that leans certain things almost instantly by observation. The slang many use would be a "Lassie dog" type of dog.
Avatar f tn I have an absolutely horrible 11 yr old son. I also have 2 other children as well as 2 stepchildren who have never made me feel like this or done anything like he has. I left his abusive father when he was just a baby. I've been with my current husband for near 10 yrs. My son has been given every chance, opportunity and consequence imaginable. First off, before anyone judges- I've tried with him.
Avatar n tn My biggest problem is that I liked the benzos so much I became addicted to them and now, every time I try to get off of them (or run out), I have a seizure. Nice, huh? But don't worry, if you use the benzos just to get off the Norco, you won't be running this risk. Just remember: You've done nothing of which to feel ashamed.
Avatar n tn Also be careful with the ultram you deffinately do not want to take more of that it can be more dangerous actually it is more dangerous to withdrawal from than vicodin. It lowers the seizure threshold. I really think that some changes are going to made soon concerning ultram.
190559 tn?1280615967 The treatment forces your body into a grand mal seizure and can affect memory, cognitive function, and learning in the short term. Our daughter has displayed symptoms of both mild hyperthyroid and extreme hypothyroid states over the past several months, sometimes even fluctuating over a few hours or days. This fluctuation has also shown up on thyroid blood tests both in Philadelphia and Milwaukee, but so far she has not had a full thyroid panel done.
Avatar f tn 123que double posted this thread and on the twin thread someone comments on it claiming it to be a "simple partial seizure". I've since read up on SPS's and the symptoms are only vaguely similar and seeing as all three of us have the exact same symptoms I doubt it is a simple partial seizure. The symptoms are much to specific to simply be pushed into some vaguely similar preexisting disorder.
Avatar n tn I am on the right forum because the point i was trying to get at was that under a doctors STRICT observation, the combonation CAN BE controlled and CAN BE something that can help people, not everyone is the same, because in my group i see people that have been on way higher amount of benzos on a daily basis for 30 years. What im trying to get at is there are always two sides to everything- yes, if abused, the two can be EXTREMELY lethal.
Avatar m tn It feels like my head is shaking and vibrating and its a pretty scary experience. It almosts feels like a brain seizure but again I don't recall if I am actually physically moving or wethere my eyes are rapidly moving. I have tried for years to figure out what causes this phenomena but I have come up short-handed. The docs at first thought I had sleep paralysis and then they ruled that out and said it was sleep starts.