Ativan is subliminal- put under tongue and dissloves and gets into the blood system quickly - less embrassing for the patient than a suppository but perhaps not quite as effective. Also the patient must be able to put the pill under his/her tongue as no one else should have fingers in the mouth - especially during a seizure. Supositories are often used in children or if the adult patient is not coherent enough to take Ativan correctly. It relaxes the brain activity. Works quite well at 1 or 2 mg.
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