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Best medication for children with seizures: Breakthrough study sheds new light

A recently published clinical study has answered an urgent question that long puzzled ER pediatricians: Is the drug lorazepam really safer and more effective than diazepam ? the U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved medication as first line therapy most often used by emergency room doctors to control major epileptic seizures in children?
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