Epilepsy & Buccal Midazolam Practical

ENS Training
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All Skill Levels
1m
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About this course

This course teaches candidates about seizures, in particular epileptic seizures. Candidates will learn how to recognise early warning symptoms and what action should be taken. 

The course elements are: 

  • The facts and myths 
  • What to do if someone has an epileptic seizure 
  • The beginning, middle and end of a seizure 
  • What can provoke a seizure 
  • Moods and behaviour 
  • Memory loss 
  • When to call an ambulance 
  • Living with epilepsy 
  • The connection between Epilepsy and Learning Disability 
  • SUDEP 
  • The definition of Status Epilepticus 
  • The recognition of seizures which require emergency medication (Buccal Midazolam) 
  • The correct procedure for the administration of Buccal Midazolam