Journal article Open Access
Cobileanschi, Oleg; Prospit, Tatiana; Cazacu, Ion; Dandara, Alexandru; Jelaga, Dorel
Background: The brain controls how the body moves by sending small electrical signals along the nerves to the muscles. Seizures occur when abnormal signs in the brain change the way the body works. Seizures vary from person to person. Some people only have light handshakes and do not lose consciousness. Other people may become unconscious and experience violent whole body trembling. The article focuses the cases of the seizure, order and behavior during and after the epileptic crisis, the child's febrile convulsions and recommendations.
Conclusions: Our knowledge about the causes of epileptic seizures increases the chance of preventing them. Correct actions in the crisis, follow-up of the crisis particularity minimize the risk of traumatization and ensurescorrect therapy of the pathology that causes the crisis. Correct treatment and cognition of contraindications reduce syncope repetition. Correctly informing people about the crises particularities allows understanding the seriousness of the consequences of a crisis.