degree of responsiveness.
mood and affect.
cranial nerve function.
complete the assessment record.
manage life-threatening conditions.
reassess the patient's temperature.
transport the patient via airlift.
convulsive activity uncontrolled by medication.
nonconvulsive brain wave disturbance, with psychomotor dysfunction.
prolonged seizures that occur without recovery of consciousness.
seizures that result in hypotension, pallor, and prolonged diaphoresis.