Treatment endpoints in the management of ADHD in children
The most common and efficacious form of attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) treatment in children remains psychotropic medication, with methylphenidate (MPH) being the most commonly prescribed. The ‘optimal dose’ is usually defined as the dose that has optimal effects and minimal side effects; however, there is no clear consensus on what defines an ‘optimal’ response to stimulant medication.
ADHD in practice 2014; 6(1): 16–18
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