Question: Using This Format, Make A Pathophysiology For A Benign Febrile Seizures. Case Study:Demographic ProfileName: H.TAge: 1 Year OldSex: FemaleReligion: Born Again ChristianPlace: Pasig CityDate Of Admission: January,30 2021Setting: HospitalChief Complaint: Upward Rolling Of The Eyeballs And Stiffening Of The Bilateral Upper And Lower ExtremitiesVital Signs:Temp:…
Using this format, make a pathophysiology for a Benign FebrileSeizures.
Age: 1 year old
Religion: Born Again Christian
Place: Pasig City
Date of Admission: January,30 2021
Chief Complaint: Upward rolling of the eyeballs and stiffeningof the bilateral upper and lower extremities
Temp: 38.3 °C HR: 140
RR: 40 SPO2: 94% at room air
History Present Illness:
1 day prior to admission
Patient experienced fever with Temperature of 39.3 °Ctemporarily relieved by intake of Paracetamol. Associated with oneepisode of non- projectile, non-bilous vomiting, of previouslyingested milk amounting to approx. 1⁄2 cup. No cough, colds, loosebowel movement, ear discharge, rashes nor seizure noted.
Few Hours PTA
Still with the same symptoms, but now accompanied by oneseizure episode described as upward rolling of the eyeballs,circumoral cyanosis and stiffening of bilateral extremities lastingfor less than 5 minutes and with no noted loss of consciousness;hence consult to the ER department of this institution andsubsequent admission.
Past Medical History :
No previous history of febrile nor afebrile seizures
febrile seizures: mother side
Skin: No lesions, rashes, scaling noted. Good skinturgor