by Cathy Parkes December 26, 2022
The most common seizure disorder in children is febrile seizures. Seizures of this type are caused by a sudden spike in body temperature (> 100.4 degrees F) but without an underlying seizure-provoking cause or disorder. Children between 6 months and 5 years of age are most likely to be affected. Treatment is not usually required, but teach caregivers to call 911 for any seizure lasting > 5 minutes.
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