by Cathy Parkes September 29, 2020 Updated: December 29, 2021
During a seizure, take these important nursing actions:
- Lower patient to the bed or floor if standing/sitting.
- Turn the patient to his/her side.
- Loosen restrictive clothing.
- Do NOT put anything in the patient’s mouth.
- Do NOT restrain patient.
- Note onset/duration of seizure.
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