Seizures in Children
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13 People Describe What It’s Like to Have Epilepsy
When a person has had two or more #seizures unprovoked by specific events (such as trauma, infection, fever or chemical change), that person is considered to have #epilepsy, a condition that affects 65 million people worldwide, according to Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy (CURE). However, because of the complex nature of the #brain, a lot of unknowns and therefore misconceptions exist around epilepsy, making it hard for others to understand it.
FIRST TIME SEIZURE: Types of Seizures In Children & What You Need To Know To Protect Them. - Assume Wisely
Infographic: What Type of Seizure Did My Child Have? This infographic will help you through what I found was the hardest info for me to digest: determining types of seizures in children. I've designed a PDF that is optimized for reading on a smartphone, it's available for FREE on my website.
Wristband Monitors, Alerts For Epileptic Seizures
Embrace wristband, developed by an MIT professor, is a medical-grade consumer product that can monitor stress signals to detect seizures and alert both wearers and caregivers. It could also be potentially useful in the classroom to track children's stress levels.