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How to abort a status migrainosus during 2nd trimester of pregnancy?

How to abort a status migrainosus during 2nd trimester of pregnancy?

That's something: that you definitely should do under the care of a live physician who knows your case. ...Read more

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30yr old female, 10 weeks pregnant in status migrainosus; would you try steroid, triptans, or both?

30yr old female, 10 weeks pregnant in status migrainosus; would you try steroid, triptans, or both?

Call your neurologis: Neurologist or go to the er right away as they can treat you and get ahold of your neurologist and your ob. ...Read more

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Are there any limitations of the kurtzke disability status scale (dss)?

Are there any limitations of the kurtzke disability status scale (dss)?

DSS limitation: Please see following internet page: http://www.Overcomingmultiplesclerosis.Org/about-ms/types-of-ms/kurtzke-edss-scale/.

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What's the status of rural healthcare?

What's the status of rural healthcare?

Limited: Doctors less and less are moving to rural areas due to the incredible debt they get from medical scvhool. Rural health care is more, and more from physician extenders like nurse practitioners and physician assistants. There is also less funding for rural hospitals and rural public health. So the status is getting less favorable. ...Read more

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What should you do if someone has status asthmaticus?

What should you do if someone has status asthmaticus?

Go to the ER!: If someone is having an asthma attack that doesn't respond to their rescue medication, they need to go to the er immediately for treatment. ...Read more

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What causes status epilepticus?

What causes status epilepticus?

Severe brain insult: There are multiple problems but all involve acute insults to the brain. This can include, strokes, infections like encephalitis, severe metabolic problems, including "ischemia/ hypoxia" ( lack of blood flow/oxygen to the brain as with a cardiac arrest for example), certain kinds of drug intoxication. Sudden cessation of anti-seizure meds in someone with epilepsy. There are other causes as well. ...Read more

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