October AACT Section Webinar Treatment of Toxin-Related Status Epilepticus With Levetiracetam, Fosphenytoin, or Valproate in Patients Enrolled in the Established Status Epilepticus TreatEnduring
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Discuss common toxin-related precipitants of benzodiazepine-refractory status epilepticus encountered during ESETT.

Discuss the limited data available on the use of fosphenytoin, levertiracetam, or valproate as seizure abortive therapies for toxin-related status epilepticus.
Identify potential abortive therapies for future studies of toxin-related benzodiazepine-refractory status epilepticus.
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