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Febrile Seizure 


Health Center: Infant Care - Febrile Seisures - What is a febrile seizure and what do I do if my baby should have one? 

Example - febrile seizure  

febrile seizure - febrile seizure is a seizure caused by sudden elevation of the body temperature in a child in the proper age range, generally six months to three years old (some authorities extend.

febrile seizure without a fever?  febrile seizure without a fever?.

Febrile Seizure - Febrile Seizure List of Primary Care Physicians.

What Every Parent Should Know About Febrile Seizures / AAFP Patient Information Handout

Predictors for the Risk of Recurrent Febrile Seizures / Tips From Other Journals - American Family Physician,  

High Fever Raises Risk of Multiple Febrile Seizures - Children with a history of febrile seizures are more likely to have multiple seizures in a subsequent febrile episode if they are younger and have high temperatures at the onset of and during the course of the fever, a study of 230 children has found.

Febrile Seizures - Three to five percent of normal, healthy children suffer a "febrile seizure" or "fever convulsion" (about 1 in 20 children). Typically the child is between 6 months and 5 years old. Febrile seizures occur more frequently in boys.

Epilepsy Ontario - Febrile Seizures - Febrile Seizures A febrile seizure occurs when a child has a high fever, most commonly above 38.3°C (101°F), and usually on the first day of a rapid rise in body temperature.