Tackling Seizures Made Easy

Recovery Position for Seizure
  • DO stay calm and follow the above steps effectively.
  • DON’T restrain the casualty or make an aggressive attempt to bring him round.
  • DON’T try to put anything inside the casualty’s mouth.
  • DON’T frighten the casualty by shouting or making abrupt movements.
  • DON’T give him anything to eat or drink until he has been completely recovered.
  • If you are aware that it’s the casualty’s first seizure.
  • If the seizure continues for more than 5 minutes.
  • If the casualty remains unconscious for more than 10 minutes following the seizure.
  • If the person gets injured during the seizure.
  • If there are multiple seizures without the person gaining consciousness.

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