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Quintana, A., & Gil, M. (2014). Convulsión febril simple. Revista Repertorio De Medicina Y Cirugía, 23(3), 177-183. https://doi.org/10.31260/RepertMedCir.v23.n3.2014.706

Autores/as

Andrés Quintana
Marisela Gil

Resumen

La crisis febril simple está relacionada con una gran variedad de patologías que cursan con fiebre. Su manejo amerita un enfoque claro para prevenir complicaciones, evitar el riesgo de recurrencias, optimizar los recursos y lograr una adecuada orientación de los padres. Se revisa la literatura sobre convulsión febril simple, debido a que pese a la exacta definición de ésta, sus criterios diagnósticos y tratamiento en el servicio de urgencias aun dan lugar a controversias. Es necesario unificar conceptos y actualizarlos, para disminuir el diagnóstico equivocado que conlleva a errores terapéuticos. Abreviaturas: CF (S), convulsión (es) febril (es) (simples).

Licencia

Derechos de autor Fundación Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud FUCS

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