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A 36-year-old woman has been brought into the Emergency Department (ED) having seizures that have lasted for 35 minutes before her arrival. On arrival, she is continuing to have a tonic-clonic seizure. She is a known epileptic and is currently taking lamotrigine for seizure prevention. She has had a single dose of rectal diazepam by the paramedics on route approximately 10 minutes ago. On arrival in the ED, intravenous access is gained, and a dose of IV lorazepam is administered. After a further 10 minutes, a phenytoin infusion is commenced. A further 20 minutes have passed, and she has failed to respond to your above treatment.
Which of the following drugs would be most appropriate to administer next? Select ONE answer only.