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CPSECenter for Public Safety Excellence (fire and emergency services improvement training; Chantilly, VA; est. 1986)
CPSECommittee on Preschool Special Education
CPSEComplex Partial Status Epilepticus (epilepsy)
CPSECentre for Process Systems Engineering
CPSECentral Public Sector Enterprise
CPSECreative Problem Solving Environment
CPSECalifornia Psychology Supplemental Examination (California Board of Psychology)
CPSECenter for Psychology in Schools and Education
CPSECommercial Property Standard Enquiries (UK)
CPSECommon Payload Support Equipment (NASA)
CPSECorps PSYOPs Support Element
CPSECity Public Service Energy (San Antonio, TX)
CPSEComplex Problem Solving Environment
CPSECarolinas Professional Saleswomen & Entrepreneurs
CPSECustomer Premises Synchronization Equipment (Sprint)
CPSECircularly Polarized Slot Element
CPSECenter for Petroleum Safety and Environment (Vietnam)
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Complex partial status epilepticus accompanied by serious morbidity and mortality.
A diagnosis of complex partial status epilepticus was reported according to the EEG recording (Fig.
The most common clinical features observed during complex partial status epilepticus are confusion, hallucinations, mutism, anxiety, and variable amnesia.
Nurses' level of confidence in identifying patients in complex partial status epilepticus was much lower with a mean of 3.33 (SD = .90); only seven nurses rated this item at 4 or 5.
It is not surprising that participants had greater confidence in identifying GCSE than in identifying complex partial status epilepticus (CPSE) because of the dramatic clinical features associated with GCSE, such as tonic clonic movements and cyanosis.
Gastaut separated this category into elementary partial status epilepticus in which consciousness was preserved and complex partial status epilepticus in which consciousness was impaired.
[18.] Williamson P, Spencer D, Spencer S, Novelly R, Mattson R: Complex partial status epilepticus: A depth electrode study.