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The care of someone with epilepsy varies depending on the frequency and type of seizures. It is important for the person to take anticonvulsant medication regularly to prevent seizures.
When a seizure occurs, an observer should use common sense to prevent injuries:
Dravet Syndrome Spectrum
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Mayo Clinic: "Epilepsy."
HealthyChildren.org: "Seizures, Convulsions, and Epilepsy."
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