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Convulsions

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Temperatures and febrile convulsions in children - myDr.com.au

A raised temperature (fever) is a common event in childhood, but there are some steps that can help.

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Convulsions or seizures: children & teens | Raising Children Network

A child having a convulsion might go stiff, jerky or unconscious. Her eyes might roll back. See a GP. Call 000 for seizures that go more than five minutes.

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Phenobarb (phenobarbitone) information | myVMC

Phenobarb (phenobarbitone) belongs to a group of medicines called barbiturates. It is used to stop convulsions and induce sleep.

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