New Rescue Treatment for Seizures

Epileptologist Gregory Krauss discusses the results of a study that showed the efficacy of sublingual lorazepam as a rescue treatment for prolonged or repetitive seizures. This new study found that it is an effective and inexpensive treatment that holds promise for stopping seizures. Physician portrait is attached if you need that.

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Gregory Krauss, MD

Gregory Krauss, MD

Professor of Neurology

Dr. Gregory Krauss focuses on the evaluation and treatment of seizures and epilepsy. He has a particular interest in treating medically-resistant epilepsy, evaluating unexplained seizure-like episodes, treating seizures associated with ...

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