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Home Seizures Diagnosis When to Treat During Seizure After Seizure Status Lab Reports Records

 

Keeping a seizure record is one of the most important things that you can do.  It allows you to watch for patterns in your dog's seizures, gives you a written record of how your pup is responding to medication changes and gives your vet an "at a glance record" in case of an emergency. 

The following is a sample of what we use:

Seizures Medication Changes Lab Results
Date Time Treatment Comments      
05/11/01 8:30am 15 mg rectal valium. 5 mg oral valium every 2 hours Playing when seizure started.  Lasted about 90 seconds.      
             
06/22/01       15 mg Phb TID, 250 mg Kbr SID    
             
06/28/01         Bile Acid Pre 3.8
Post 17.2
          Chem Panel ok
          Kbr levels 1.5
             
 

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