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First aid for Epilepsy or Seizure in Delhi

Symptoms & Signs of Epilepsy or Seizure

  • Person becomes stif.
  • Lose consciousness.
  • Falls to the ground and jerking movements.
  • Blue tinge around the mouth.
  • Irregular Breathing.
  • Passing of urine or stool as person loses bladder or bowel movement.
  • Froth coming out from mouth.

First Aid for Epilepsy or Seizure


  • Protect the person from injury
  • remove harmful objects from nearby
  • Cushion their head so as to prevent the head injury.
  • Look for an epilepsy identity card or identity
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    • Aid breathing by gently placing them in the recovery position once the seizure has finished.
    • Stay with the person until recovery is complete.
    • Be calmly reassuring.

    DO NOT do during Epilepsy or Seizure
    • Restrain the person's movements
    • Put anything in the person's mouth
    • Try to move them unless they are in danger
    • Give them anything to eat or drink until they are fully recovered
    • Attempt to bring them round
     
    Call for an ambulance if Epilepsy or Seizure

    • If you know that seizure is first time.
    • If the duration is more than five minutes.
    • IF one episode of Tonic -Clonic seizure is followed by another One without the person regaining consciousness between seizures.
    • The person is injured during the seizure.
    • You believe the person needs urgent medical attention.

    Partial seizures

    In some cases of seizure the person may not be aware of their surroundings or what they are doing it is called partial seizure.

    SIGNS OF PARTIAL SEIZURES
    • Smacking of lips
    • Swallow repeatedly
    • Wandering
    First Aid for Partial Seizure
    • If there is danger shift or guide the person to safety
    • Stay with the person and give required first aid until recovery is complete
    • Assurance and calming of person
    Don't...
    • Restrain the person's movement.
    • Do not do any act or activity that may frighten the casualty such as shouting.
    • Give any thing to eat or drink.
    Call for an ambulance if...
  • You know it is the person's first seizure
  • The seizure continues for more than five minutes
  • The person is injured during the seizure
  • You believe the person needs urgent medical attention
  • First aid for people who use a wheelchair
    • If you use a wheelchair, or you have other mobility problems
    • Give a call to your doctor or epilepsy specialist.
    • They should give you a care plan, which includes advice on how people should help you if you have a seizure.
    First aid for partial Seiezure
    • Stop moving the wheel chair by using brake.
    • Make the person to remain on chair till the seizure is over.
    • Moving the person could lead to injuries for the person has the seizure and the carrier.
    • If the casualty is using seatbelt or harness remain them tied to it.
    • If the person doesn't have a seatbelt or harness, support them gently, so they don't fall out of the chair.
    • Cushion the person's head and support it gently. A head rest, cushion or rolled up coat can be helpful.
    Don't...
    • Restrain the person's movements
    • Put anything in the person's mouth
    • Give them anything to eat or drink until they are fully recovered
    • Attempt to bring them round
     
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