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What would be the best treatment and location for the eclampsia?

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Dr. David Bergman
Maternal-Fetal Medicine 39 years experience
Eclampsia: Eclampsia is a severe form of preeclampsia. Seizures which are what is presented with eclampsia is treated with anti seizure medications including Valium and phenobarbital. These medications are given in injectable forms and therefore are best given in a hospital setting. There are other medications that can be given for the treatment of eclampsia.
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