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There is not more you can do The Red Cross strongly recommends to not restrain them but let them go through their seizure, otherwise you will cause injury to them, and notes nothing more that can be done. The CDC has the same information on their website. Call an ambulance if the seizure lasts longer than 5 minutes, get a few bystanders to make sure the ...


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There are several parts in your question. Does pain trigger epileptic seizure? To answer this question, it is essential to understand what is an epilepsy. An epilepsy arises when the normal pattern of neuronal activity is disturbed (ie the epileptogenic threshold is altered). This involves different cellular and molecular alterations: change in neuronal ...


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"Rachi-" is a prefix associated with the spine, as in Rachischisis. "Amino" is a bit more familiar: it refers to the amino chemical group, or in biomedicine, amino acids. "Aminorachia" seems to be a rarely used term, I see only 3 hits in Google Scholar. One of the sources using the term provides some better context: Selective aminorachia with normal ...


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Something that is worth mentioning right out of the gate is a febrile seizure (see also The Epilepsy Foundation). These are sudden seizures, generally experienced by young children, resulting from an especially high fever. The generally accepted (although not fully confirmed) mechanism is via something called respiratory alkalosis (see e.g. Mazarati (2007)). ...


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