Febrile seizures occurs between the age of six and
sixty months with a temperature of 38°C (100.4°F) or
higher, and are not due to central nervous system
infection or any metabolic imbalance, and which occur
in the absence of history of prior afebrile seizures1
A simple febrile seizure is a primary generalized,
most often tonic–clonic, attack along with fever, lasting
for a maximum of 15 minutes, and not recurrent within
a 24-hour period.
Keywords : Hypomagnesemia; Simple Febrile Seizure; Hypocalcemia; Hyponatremia.