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Medical: 5

Neurology: 3 ═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════ ═══════════════════════════

      • c.

        Partially occlusive

        • (1)

          Emboli

        • (2)

          Thrombi

    • 3.

      Assessment findings

      • a.

        History

        • (1)

          General health

        • (2)

          Previous medical conditions

        • (3)

          Medications

        • (4)

          Previous experience with complaint

        • (5)

          Time of onset

        • (6)

          Seizures

        • (7)

          Headache

        • (8)

          Nosebleed

      • b.

        Physical

        • (1)

          Standard physical exam for patient with potential neurological event

    • 4.

      Management

      • a.

        Airway and ventilatory support

        • (1)

          Oxygen

        • (2)

          Positioning

        • (3)

          Assisted ventilation

        • (4)

          Suction

        • (5)

          Advanced airway device

      • b.

        Circulatory support

        • (1)

          Venous access

        • (2)

          Blood analysis

      • c.

        Non-pharmacological interventions

        • (1)

          Positioning

        • (2)

          Spinal precautions

      • d.

        Pharmacological interventions

        • (1)

          Anticonvulsants

        • (2)

          Antiinflammatories

        • (3)

          Diuretic

        • (4)

          Skeletal muscle relaxant

        • (5)

          Hyperglycemic

        • (6)

          Anti-hypoglycemic

        • (7)

          Vitamin

      • e.

        Psychological support

      • f.

        Transport considerations

        • (1)

          Appropriate mode

        • (2)

          Appropriate facility

  • C.

    Epilepsy/ Seizures

    • 1.

      Epidemiology

      • a.

        Incidence

      • b.

        Mortality/ morbidity

      • c.

        Risk factors

      • d.

        Prevention strategies

      • e.

        Anatomy and physiology review

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