Adhd medication chart 2004
Medication Chart to Treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
twice daily, 3-4 appetite, weight when need rapid minutes). Effective
acting so less risk of cut, full dose may be
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appetite, weight Duration about 4- Good safety record.
methylphenidate. glaucoma or on MAOI.
May avoid need for As above. Less likely
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and 50% delayed release beads
a month or more. "high," thus it does
weekly intervals. food), sedation (24/7) so long as and so a) it is not a
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hyperactivity and/or with evening dose and
Especially helpful in generic formulations
so stiumlant use can suggest hypotension,
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This chart was updated 4/19/04. Treatment of ADHD usually includes medical management, behavior modification. counseling, and school or work accommodations. The medications charted above include: (1) the stimulants, (2) the non-stimulant Strattera (atomoxetine) with effects similar to stimulants, (3) the antidepressant Wellbutrin (bupropion) and (4) two antihypertensives Catapres (clonidine) and Tenex (guanfacine). Stimulants include all formulations of methyphenidate (Ritalin, Focalin, Metadate and Methylin) and all forms of amphetamines (Dexedrine, Dextrostat and Adderall). Individuals respond in their own unique way to medication depending upon their physical make-up, severity of symptoms. associated conditions, and other factors. Careful monitoring should be done by a physician in collaboration with the teacher, therapist. parents, spouse, and patient. Medications to treat ADHD and related conditions should only be prescribed by a physician. Information presented here is not intended to replace the advice of a physician.
This chart may be reproduced without permission. Thanks go to Dorothy Johnson, M.D., FAAP for her invaluable assistance in preparing this chart. 1997-2004 Harvey
C. Parker, Ph.D.-Third Printing by Specialty Press, Inc. d/b/a A.D.D. WareHouse. All rights reserved.Important Note:
Medications to treat ADHD and related conditions should only be prescribed by a physician. Information presented here is not
intended to replace the
advice of a physician.
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