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Treatment:

Try to stay calm.


Place the child on his or her side or stomach on a safe, flat surface, such as t
he floor. Keep the child away from furniture or objects that may cause injury.
Tilt your child s head to the side to prevent choking.
Do not restrain your child or put anything between his or her teeth.
Observe your child carefully so you can describe the events to your doctor.
Keep track of the time. If the seizure lasts longer than about five minutes, cal
l your doctor
Prognosis
The outlook is excellent. Febrile seizures generally are not harmful and do not
cause long-term problems. Children with cerebral palsy, developmental delays or
certain neurological problems are slightly more likely than other children to de
velop epilepsy (repeated seizures that are not related to fevers) after febrile
seizures. Children who have repeated febrile seizures are at an increased risk o
f developing epilepsy. However, the risk is still very low.
Medicines:
NSAIDs , such as ibuprofen, help decrease swelling, pain, and fever. This medici
ne is available with or without a doctor's order. NSAIDs can cause stomach bleed
ing or kidney problems in certain people. If your child takes blood thinner medi
cine, always ask if NSAIDs are safe for him. Always read the medicine label and
follow directions. Do not give these medicines to children under 6 months of age
without direction from your child's healthcare provider.
Acetaminophen decreases pain and fever. Taking too much acetaminophen can hurt y
our child's liver. Read labels so that you know the active ingredients in each m
edicine that your child takes. Talk to your child's healthcare provider before g
iving your child more than one medicine that contains acetaminophen. Ask your ch
ild's healthcare provider before giving him over-the-counter medicine if he is a
lso taking pain medicine prescribed (ordered) for him.
Do not give aspirin to children under 18 years of age. Your child could develop
Reye syndrome if he takes aspirin. Reye syndrome can cause life-threatening brai
n and liver damage. Check your child's medicine labels for aspirin, salicylates,
or oil of wintergreen.
Give your child's medicine as directed. Call your child's healthcare provider if
you think the medicine is not working as expected. Tell him if your child is al
lergic to any medicine. Keep a current list of the medicines, vitamins, and herb
s your child takes. Include the amounts, and when, how, and why they are taken.
Bring the list or the medicines in their containers to follow-up visits. Carry y
our child's medicine list with you in case of an emergency.
If your child has another seizure:
Do not panic.
Note the start time of the seizure. Record how long it lasts.
Gently guide your child to the floor or a soft surface. Remove sharp or hard obj
ects from the area surrounding him, or cushion his head.
First Aid: Convulsions
Place your child on his side to help prevent him from swallowing saliva or vomit
.
First Aid: Convulsions
Remove any objects from your child's mouth. Do not put anything in your child's
mouth. This may prevent him from breathing.
Perform CPR if your child stops breathing or you cannot feel his pulse.
Explaining what a febrile seizure is.
A seizure occurring in association with fever in children between 3 months and 6
years of age, in whom there is no evidence of intracranial pathology or metabol
ic derangement
A febrile convulsion is not epilepsy. No regular medication is needed.
Children suffer no pain or discomfort during a fit.
Children usually have fewer febrile seizures as they get older and most seizures
stop completely by the age of six.
Reassured with prognosis
Population risk of febrile seizure is 2.7% to 3.1%
Risk of recurrence of febrile seizure after first seizure is 27% to 32%
Risk of epilepsy after simple febrile seizures 1.5% to 2.4%
No evidence that any child has ever died as a result of simple febrile seizure
No evidence of permanent neurological deficits following febrile seizure
Children who have febrile convulsions normally grow up healthy and do not have a
ny permanent damage from seizures.
Control the fever if their child has a febrile illness
Take of clothing and tepid sponging
Antipyretic e.g. syrup or suppository Paracetamol 15mg/kg 6 hourly. It is indica
ted for patient s comfort, but has not been shown to reduce the recurrence rate ra
te of febrile seizure. carefully check the label for the correct dose
What to do to if their child has a further febrile seizure
Do not panic. Remain calm.
Note the time of onset of the fit and how long it lasted
Ensure the child is safe by placing them on the floor and removing any objects t
hat he could hit against.
Loosen the child s clothing especially around the neck
Place the child in recovery position (left lateral with head lower than the body
)
Wipe any vomitus or secretion from the mouth
Do not insert any object into the mouth
Do not give any fluid or drugs orally
Stay near the child until the seizure is over and comfort the child as he is rec
overing
Ambulance should be called if :
seizure has lasted 5-10 or more minutes and shows no signs of stopping
parents are very worried and anxious

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