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Convulsive status epilepticus is the most common neurological emergency among children worldwide.
In this webinar, we will cover the definition of status epilepticus, assessment and management of a child in status and some of the most recent research in the treatment of status.
In recent times, the definition of status epilepticus (SE) has changed and relies heavily on the length of a seizure. The longer a seizure lasts, the less likely it will stop without medication. Very long seizures can increase the chance of death and it is therefore vital that nurses are able to identify long seizures early, so that treatment can commence early and outcomes can be improved.
The purpose of this learning activity is to provide nurses working with paediatric patients up-to-date information about the appropriate management of children in Status Epilepticus.
In this session, you will:
- Define status epilepticus
- Acquire knowledge about the assessment of a child in status
- Gain an understanding of the management & treatment of status
- Review the most recent research in the treatment of status
Who is this for?
This Course is most relevant to nurses working with paediatric patients, especially those in the emergency or neurological settings.
Lisa Lucas is the Paediatric Nurse Educator at a large metropolitan Emergency department.
She has 13 years of Emergency Nursing experience working with children.
Lisa has a Masters in Emergency Nursing and has presented at international conferences on emergency nursing around the world. She is passionate about paediatric health care and nursing education.
Lisa is a wife and mother of 3 beautiful children, Nate, Abby & Zac.
Webinar Recording Details
This webinar was recorded on 6th September 2019 and will be reviewed from 6th September 2021.
This webinar is also included in your membership.
Management of Status Epilepticus in children