Vaccines Blamed for Alarming Increase in Seizure Disorders Among Children

Conclusion Epilepsy is a serious medical condition with far-reaching implications for children, adults, and their families who are affected by this neurological disorder. Many different vaccines put children at an increased risk of developing epilepsy, and the effects of suffering repeated seizures can last for years or for a lifetime. Has your child suffered a seizure following vaccination? If so, please share your story in the comments below, and share this article with other parents to help them learn about the true risks of vaccines.   References:……epilepsy/seizures/…seizures/causes/…varivax_pi.pdf…mmr_ii_pi.pdf…Pediarix/pdf/PEDIARIX.PDF…pneumovax_pi.pdf…rotateq_pi.pdf…Vaccines/ApprovedProducts/UCM112836.pdf…pdf…mmr_ii_pi.pdf…cdc-changes-restr...
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OBJECTIVES: To describe short- and long-term neurologic prognosis of patients with thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura and to identify clusters associated with evolution. DESIGN: Prospective French cohort. SETTING: ICU in a reference center. PATIENTS: All consecutive patients with newly diagnosed thrombocytopenic purpura. INTERVENTION: Comprehensive clinical, biological, and radiological evaluation at admission. Neurocognitive recovery was assessed using Glasgow Outcome Scale (range 1–5, with 1 representing death and 5 representing no or minimal neurologic deficit). MEASUREMENTS AND...
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CONCLUSIONS: Gaps in memory and various memory types were common after ICU admission, whose prevalence waned over time. Compared with nightmares and fearful memories, gaps in memories were most strongly associated with poor mental health and quality of life. Identifying patients with gaps in memories might be an objective way of planning interventions to improve their long-term outcomes.
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CONCLUSIONS: These recommendations are intended to assist researchers in the design, conduct, selection of endpoints, and reporting of clinical trials involving sedative medications and/or sedation protocols for adult ICU patients who require mechanical ventilation. These recommendations should be viewed as a starting point to improve clinical trials and help reduce methodological heterogeneity in future clinical trials.
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If it hurts – take notice, and avoid it. Learn from it. If there are other people around, make sure your behaviour is noticeable so they take care of you and don’t do what you just did. If they look after you, you’ll probably do the same thing again when you hurt, if they don’t you probably won’t. This is one description of pain behaviour and how it works. It’s the only part of our pain experience that we can share directly with one another (actions and words). The “doing” part is also the part that is most affected by pain – even distress is signalled to others &nd...
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Joy Jackson is a nurse taking care of students at Wright State University. She's also pursuing her own bachelor’s degree in nursing as a student at Kettering College. Jackson is the clinical coordinator in Student Health Services at Wright State Physicians. She's also one of the Vaccine for Children coordinators for Wright State Physicians. Jackson is a 2021 Health Care Hero in the Patient Experience category. She works alongside two providers, Genessa Merritt, NP and Dr. Marc Raslich, to…
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Hello, I’m a PGY3 Neurology resident applying fir fellowship this year. I am thinking between Neuro-Ophthalmology (because is chill and lux and have good life style) epilepsy (because I think it might be good job opportunities) and vascular (field that I’ve done alot of research projects in and initially was my favorite but I’m not a fan if life style and being oncall anymore) I recently heard that neuromuscular has the best job market among all of sub-specialities in neurology. I would... Read more
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Last week, I became involved in two situations of pain between the eyes that seemed to potentially be presentations of very serious medical conditions. Autumn took a call from her sister late on Friday afternoon. Her sister had been tested for COVID the day before and told Autumn she instantly felt a severe pain betweenRead more …The art and uncertainty of triage originally appeared
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Hi, I was wondering if anyone knows of any pain management docs in Scranton, PA or surrounding area (private practice or hospital employed). I'm looking to learn more about local market and network. Thank you.
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