National trend survey of hospitalized patients with febrile seizure in the United States


Febrile seizure (FS), the most frequent seizure observed in children, is characterized by episodes of convulsions that occur in association with fever in children aged less than 6 years in the absence of a central nervous system (CNS) infection or an electrolyte imbalance [1–5]. FS is believed to be a benign seizure syndrome distinct from other neurologic disorders [4].


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