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Symptome des Status epilepticus

  • Hermann Stefan
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Unter einem GM-Status versteht man einen langanhaltenden epileptischen Zustand, resultierend entweder aus einem prolongierten einzelnen GM-Anfall (kontinuierlich) oder häufig sich wiederholenden GM-Anfällen, zwischen denen der Patient das Bewußtsein nicht wiedererlangt (diskontinuierlich) (Obersteiner 1873; Janz 1961; Janz u. Kautz 1963; Gastaut u. Kugler 1976; Wolf et al. 1987). Die Mindestdauer eines solchen epileptischen Zustandes, ab der man von einem „Status epilepticus“ spricht, wird unterschiedlich angegeben, als Minimum werden 15 min (Matthes 1984), häufig 30 min (Rowan u. Scott 1970; Hauser 1983) und z. T. 60 min (Oxbury u. Whitty 1971) genannt Ein diskontinuierlicher GM-Status wird als Manifestation von mehr als drei GM in kurzer Folge definiert (Oxbury u. Whitty 1971).

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  • Hermann Stefan
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  • Jürgen Bauer
  1. 1.Neurologische UniversitätsklinikErlangenDeutschland

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