Pediatric Intractable Epilepsy
Intractable epilepsy is a type of seizure disorder in which the child's seizures cannot be controlled.
What is Pediatric Intractable Epilepsy?
When a child has intractable epilepsy, this means they have a seizure disorder that cannot be controlled with treatment. In many cases, this condition interferes with the person’s quality of life. For example, a child with intractable epilepsy should be especially careful while swimming or walking near busy streets or railway platforms since a seizure can occur at any time.
What are the signs and symptoms of Pediatric Intractable Epilepsy?
The main symptom of intractable epilepsy is seizures that have not been responsive to various typical seizure treatments.