MEMORY SYSTEM INTRACTION AND CARDIOPULMONARY PROBLEM IN AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER AND PREVALENCE OF INTUBATION IN ICU WITH RADIOLOGICAL IMAGES
Involvement of memory system and cardiopulmonary problem in autism spectrum disorder and prevalence of intubation in ICU with MRI and CT scan images, seizures and epilepsy are one of the most common medical conditions associated with autism spectrum disorder. Statistics and research show that unlike non-autistic people who have 1 to 2 percent of epilepsy, the prevalence of epilepsy in people with autism spectrum disorder is estimated to be 5 to 38 percent. Seizures can start at any time in the life of a person with autism spectrum disorder. A study shows that most seizure activity in children with autism spectrum disorder occurs between the ages of 3 and 13. The investigation of the occurrence of this disorder is still being studied, but hypotheses have been proposed, including that seizures or epilepsy are more common in children who have shown regression in language skills before the age of 3. The largest seizure-prone group among children with autism spectrum disorder appears to be children who also have intellectual and cognitive disabilities. In terms of treatment, some antipsychotic drugs are used to treat seizures among children with autism spectrum disorder. Another treatment option that is still under review is the ketogenic diet, which doctors use to significantly reduce or even eliminate seizures.
Autism, Heart Problems, Child, Seizures