The priority nursing intervention to prevent seizures is what?

 

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- Maintain anti-seizure medication levels within normal range

- Provide 100 percent O2 by mask

- Carry an ID card indicating a seizure disorder

- Decrease caffeine intake

Rationale

The priority nursing intervention to prevent seizures is to maintain anti-seizure medication levels to within normal range. Carrying an ID card and decreasing caffeine intake take lesser priority and administering 100 percent O2 by mask is not necessary.

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