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Is a pocket card a useful educational tool when treating people with epilepsy?


  • A dosing-chart pocket card is an effective educational tool for the implementation of updated guidelines when treating individuals with epilepsy.

Why this matters

    Underdosing and delayed timing of benzodiazepine treatment is correlated to poor outcomes in status epilepticus and necessitates new methods of educating care teams, such as easy-to-access pocket cards.

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