Management of Status Epilepticus
Seizures are a common neurological disease in general practice. Often, patients can present in an emergency situation such as status epilepticus. This presentation aims to provide a good understanding of the pathophysiology of seizures, the initial emergency management of status epilepticus, a step-wise approach to ongoing treatment as well as the basic diagnostics of a patient with seizures.
Recording from 16.04.2020
Dr. Hannah Kwong B.V.Sc. (Hons)
Hannah graduated with Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Hons) in 2012 through the University of Queensland. Since graduation, she has worked in a number of busy private practices in Brisbane. Hannah has an interest in medicine so in 2016 completed an external course through the University of Sydney in Small Animal Internal Medicine. Hannah started her residency in 2017 and has recently completed her training in mid-2019. During that time, she also obtained her Membership in Small Animal Medicine. She continues to work at Brisbane Veterinary Specialist Centre as an internal medicine registrar with the goal of sitting her Fellowship exams in 2021. Hannah’s special interests are in the areas of neurology, immune-mediated diseases, infectious disease and procedural medicine.