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Status epilepticus is when a seizure lasts longer than 5 minutes or when seizures occur close together and the person doesn't recover between seizures. There are different types of status epilepticus: convulsive and non-convulsive.What are the signs and symptoms of status epilepticus?
Status epilepticus is defined as a seizure with 5 minutes or more of continuous clinical and/or electrographic seizure activity or recurrent seizure activity without recovery between seizures. The findings of convulsive status epilepticus include generalized tonic-clonic movements of the extremities and impaired mental status.How does status epilepticus (SE) evolve?
Commonly used drugs that may predispose to status epilepticus by lowering the seizure threshold or by increasing the clearance of antiepileptic drugs Clinical and experimental studies have shown that SE evolves through an initiation phase to a maintenance phase.What is convulsive status epilepticus?
Convulsive Status Epilepticus. This term is used to describe the more common form of emergency situation that can occur with prolonged or repeated tonic-clonic (also called convulsive or grand mal) seizures. Most tonic-clonic seizures end normally in 1 to 2 minutes, but they may have post-ictal (or after-effects) symptoms for much longer.