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Empower Your Patients With a Seizure Action Plan



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What is a seizure action plan? Here’s how patients and caregivers can manage a seizure emergency.  

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    A study showed that only 30 percent of adult patients had a seizure action plan in place.1 But in fact, these plans can help individuals and caregivers know what to do to help prevent an emergency, such as how and when to use a rescue medication.1 In this episode, discover how clinicians can invest time with their patients and caregivers to review a seizure action plan and prepare for an emergency.


    1. Penovich P, Glauser T, Becker D, et al.   Recommendations for development of acute seizure action plans (ASAPs) from an expert panel. Epilepsy Behav. 2021;123:108264. 

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