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However, you can’t have enough information about how to live with this disorder, and this book is written to give you answers to some of the basic questions about epilepsy and its treatments.
For instance did you know that seizures are the only visible symptom of epilepsy?
Did you know that there are different types of seizures and that not everyone displays the same symptoms in the same way?
Finally, did you know that there are other types of seizures that do not necessarily diagnose as epilepsy but are in fact a result of some other disorder?
You need answers to these and the multitude of other questions if you are to be armed with the right ammunition when suspecting epilepsy in yourself or a loved one.
Here is what you will discover inside...
★ The History of Epilepsy
★ What Is Epilepsy?
★ What Are Seizures?
★ Who Is At Risk For Epilepsy?
★ What Are the Causes?
★ Is Epilepsy Genetic?
★ Is Epilepsy Congenital - Will I have it forever?
★ What Is SUDEP (sudden, unexpected death of someone with epilepsy)
★ What Are the Different Types of Epilepsy and Seizures?
★ How Does Epilepsy Affect Thinking and Memory?
★ Epilepsy and Moods, Behavior and Sleep
★ How Is Epilepsy Diagnosed?
★ What Treatments Are Available for Epilepsy?
★ Epilepsy and Diet and Nutrition
★ Living With Epilepsy
★ and much, Much More!
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There are many useful features including medication reminder, medication list, first aid information a step by step guide to the recovery position and links to a seizure diary.
Add a medication reminder to trigger an alarm on your phone when it is time to take medication. Use the diary to record details about seizures, triggers, medication and side effects.
When a seizure is detected it will warn the person that it is about to send an SMS message to a carer, in the case of a false alarm the person will be able to cancel the SMS alert. The SMS message contains time, GPS coordinates (if the phone has GPS) and a short message, allowing the carer to raise the alarm and take remedial action or call an ambulance. When the person recovers they press a button to cancel the alarm, which will initiate an end of emergency SMS message.
Epdetect was developed by Kenneth Austin and Robert Dlugosz.
Here are the things you will find in this app:
- What are the types of Seizures and how to deal with it
- What is Absence Seizures and what are the symptoms
- List of complications of seizure
- List of AED(Anti-Epileptic Drugs) used for Seizure
- How to find out if a person have Seizure and the treatment we can do
- Why Seizure exists and what cause them?
- What is the treatments and medications for Epileptic seizures
- What are the types and symptoms of Partial Seizures
- A detail walkthrough of the stages of Seizure
- What you need to know about seizures in children
This app will help you to understand Epilepsy/Seizure better so that you will
have enough preparation and knowledge to handle it properly.
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Epilepsy is a common neurological condition that has been diagnosed in more than three million people in the United States alone.
Marked by seizures — sudden electrical disturbances in the brain — epilepsy can affect people of all ages. If you have epilepsy, or take care of someone who does, you'll want to learn about epilepsy symptoms and causes and get other vital information that will help you better understand this complicated health condition.
With the rapid uptake of smartphones, people living with Epilepsy now have a new means to communicate to others immediately prior to, and during a seizure to potentially save their life.
Epilepsy App Alert is a simple "What to do in the event of" guide that a person living with Epilepsy can activate if they sense an aura of an epilepsy about to occur.
It contains simple instructions for other people who discover those having a seizure (sometimes known as a fit) and how to help them.
Whatever you are looking for, the Miniatlas Epilepsy has an image for it.
The Miniatlas Epilepsy application offers a large collection of high quality, detailed medical images about the general features of Epilepsy, accompanied by referenced texts. Use it to explain to your patients all the relevant aspects of this condition. With this great visual aid, patients become more active during their visits, and you can give them all the answers they need.
The Miniatlas Epilepsy offers the following features:
* A large database of detailed and labeled pictures associated with Epilepsy.
* Each illustration is accompanied by a detailed text explanation
* Close view (zoom in) of any section of the image
* Simple search - just type part of the keyword you are looking for
* E-mail of any image or section of an image
* It helps doctors communicate with patients more easily and effectively
* It works in portrait or landscape mode
Go ahead and download the Miniatlas Epilepsy now!
From groundbreaking findings to insightful reviews, Epilepsia continues to highlight and interpret new discoveries in epilepsy research and provide insight into the best clinical practice for treating seizures.
Now you can access this authoritative content wherever you are, whenever you want it.
Download the Epilepsia app now and get free immediate access to critical reviews, special reports, article abstracts, articles specially selected by the Editors-in-chief, the ILAE news section "Gray Matters", and thought-provoking editorials.
Easily tag content for convenient reading and share with your friends and colleagues through email, Twitter, Facebook and more.
You can even use the Epilepsia app to plan your conference schedule, as the app includes upcoming events relevant to educators, scientists and clinicians involved in epilepsy research and care.
It’s simple and easy to navigate and gives you an optimized reading experience from your mobile device.
Epilepsia Journal app features:
1.Instant, real-time access to the journal Epilepsia, including critical reviews, special reports, article abstracts, articles specially selected by the Editors-in-chief, the ILAE news section "Gray Matters", and thought-provoking editorials.
2.Includes upcoming events and conferences relevant to educators, scientists and clinicians involved in epilepsy research and care
3.No need to manually update; your application automatically refreshes with the most up to date content.
4.Ability to read and access content offline as well as save stories for later reading.
5. Share content via email or through social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook.