Keppra? Phenobarbital? Bromide?
Can't stop the seizures in your patient?
In this 1.5-hour VETgirl, online veterinary webinar, Dr. Bill Bush, DACVIM (Neurology) reviewed the acute seizuring veterinary patient. In this lecture, Dr. Bush reviewed 3 critical questions that must be addressed when evaluating a seizure disorder: is the event actually a seizure, is there an identifiable and treatable underlying cause for the seizure, and when and with what anti-epileptic drug should you treat the seizure? Novel EEG research, a useful review of the current clinical epilepsy literature, and many tips from years of clinical practice and teaching were discussed during this lecture.
Title: Seizure diagnosis and treatment
Speaker: Bill Bush, VMD, DACVIM (Neurology)
Date: Delivered Monday, January 5, 2015
Time: 7pm – 8:30pm EST (6pm – 7:30pm CST, 5-6:30pm MST)
Hours: Total RACE-approved CE 1.5 hours
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