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Day 09: Meningitis and Seizure

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AUTHORS:
jonathan jones
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Two more very important topics. Meningitis is something you won't see very often, but its identification and your actions thereafter are critically important. Seizures are seen much more frequently and can be anything from routine and mundane to exasperatingly impossible to control.

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AccessEmergency Medicine > Case Files: Emergency Medicine 3e > Case 30 > Case 30
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AccessEmergency Medicine > Lumbar Puncture Decubitus Position > Lumbar Puncture Decubitus Position
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AccessEmergency Medicine > Lumbar Puncture Sitting Position > Lumbar Puncture Sitting Position
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AccessEmergency Medicine > Case Files: Emergency Medicine 3e > Case 31 > Case 31
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Meningitis/Seizure(Passing Score 75)
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External Activity
Journal article: Computed Tomography of the Head before Lumbar Puncture in Adultes with Suspected Meningitis
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External Activity
Journal article: Dexamethasone in Adults with Bacterial Meningitis
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