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Treating Seizures

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Uploaded on Feb 15, 2012

According to a national study involving Henry Ford Hospital, patients recovered faster from a prolonged seizure when their medication was injected directly into the muscle rather than administered intravenously,
According to a three-year study that tested whether administering the drug midazolam into the muscle by an auto-injector was more effective at stopping seizures than giving the drug lorazepam intravenously by the time patients were transported to the Emergency Department.

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