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Review: Febrile seizures: emergency medicine perspective

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Kimia AA, Bachur RG, Torres A, Harper MB

This review describes current evidence on the evaluation of febrile seizures in the acute setting, the need for further outpatient assessment, and predictors regarding long-term outcomes of these patients

Review: Management of febrile convulsion in children

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Paul SP, Rogers E, Wilkinson R, Paul B

This article discusses the aetiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis and management of children with febrile convulsion, and best practice for care in EDs.

Systematic Review: Risk of bacterial meningitis in young children with a first seizure in the context of fever: a systematic review and meta-analysis

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Najaf-Zadeh A, Dubos F, Hue V, Pruvost I, Bennour A, Martinot A

This systematic review assesses the risk of bacterial meningitis among various subgroups of young children with a first seizure in the context of fever, and the utility of routine lumbar puncture in children with an apparent first febrile seizure.

Review: Febrile seizures: emergency medicine perspective

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Kimia AA, Bachur RG, Torres A, Harper MB

This review describes current evidence on the evaluation of febrile seizures in the acute setting, the need for further outpatient assessment, and predictors regarding long-term outcomes of these patients

Review: Management of febrile convulsion in children

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Paul SP, Rogers E, Wilkinson R, Paul B

This article discusses the aetiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis and management of children with febrile convulsion, and best practice for care in EDs.

Systematic Review: Risk of bacterial meningitis in young children with a first seizure in the context of fever: a systematic review and meta-analysis

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Najaf-Zadeh A, Dubos F, Hue V, Pruvost I, Bennour A, Martinot A

This systematic review assesses the risk of bacterial meningitis among various subgroups of young children with a first seizure in the context of fever, and the utility of routine lumbar puncture in children with an apparent first febrile seizure.