It is well accepted in the medical community that the initial medication of choice for status epilepticus is a benzodiazepine. If initial treatment with a benzodiazepine fails to terminate seizure activity, the next step in pharmaceutical treatment remains unclear. This study attempts to compare secondary treatments for status epilepticus.
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