Pediatric Seizures: Differentiating the Causes and Prioritizing Interventions

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Recognize and respond to various types of seizures in the pediatric patient.

The course will review the etiology, pathophysiology, and various types of seizures that are common in infants and children. The emergency nurse should be able to recognize signs of seizure activity and status epilepticus in infants and children, and guide further assessment as necessary. Based on the assessment findings, the nurse will initiate the appropriate critical interventions to safely manage seizures and status epilepticus to ensure pediatric patients experience optimal outcomes.

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Agree to acknowledgement to continue. The course will review the etiology, pathophysiology, and various types of seizures that are common in infants and children. The emergency nurse should be able to recognize signs of seizure activity and status epilepticus in infants and children, and guide further assessment as necessary. Based on the assessment findings, the nurse will initiate the appropriate critical interventions to safely manage seizures and status epilepticus to ensure pediatric patients experience optimal outcomes.
Pediatric Seizures: Differentiating the Causes and Prioritizing Interventions
Begin self-paced component package.
Begin self-paced component package. The course will review the etiology, pathophysiology, and various types of seizures that are common in infants and children. The emergency nurse should be able to recognize signs of seizure activity and status epilepticus in infants and children, and guide further assessment as necessary. Based on the assessment findings, the nurse will initiate the appropriate critical interventions to safely manage seizures and status epilepticus to ensure pediatric patients experience optimal outcomes.
Pediatric Seizures: Differentiating the Causes and Prioritizing Interventions Post Survey
2 Questions
2 Questions 1 Likert question with 6 responses and 1 open ended question. This survey must be completed to complete the course. Thank you.
Pediatric Seizures: Differentiating the Causes and Prioritizing Interventions Certificate
1.0 CEU credit  |  Certificate available
1.0 CEU credit  |  Certificate available Pediatric Seizures: Differentiating the Causes and Prioritizing Interventions Certificate
  • Recognize the signs of seizure activity in infants and children.
  • Identify focused assessment priorities for the pediatric patient experiencing a seizure.
  • Describe safe and appropriate interventions for infants and children experiencing seizures.

Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1 contact hours

This course is - Clinical / Accredited

Courses with CE credits are only valid if completed after certification. Any CE credit courses completed before certification are not valid.

CEN,CFRN,CPEN,CTRN,Neurologic

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