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The ADHD Medication Guide contains information on ADHD medications. Updated version printed September 2020.
The guide is a visual aid for professionals caring for individuals with ADHD. The guide includes only medications indicated for the treatment of ADHD by the FDA. In clinical practice, this guide may be used to assist patients in identifying medications previously tried and may allow clinicians to identify ADHD medication options for the future. Medications have been arranged on the card for ease of display and comparison, but dosing equivalence cannot be assumed. Practitioners should refer to the FDA-approved a information to learn more about each medication.
Laminated 17"w and 11"h for durability and water-resistance
Includes color photos of all doses of brand name medications listed
Allows easy side-by-side comparison of similar products
Medication groupings are color-coded for easy viewing and reference
Can highlight images with washable color markers and then wipe completely clean
Grouped by medication type, not by manufacturer
Specifies which medications can be chewed, sprinkled on food, dissolved in liquid, or must be taken whole
Author(s): Publisher: Northwell Health
Publication Date: Most Recent Update: September 2020
Type/Pages: Full color 11 x 17 inches laminated chart
Featured positive reviews:
All meds in one place!11/04/2020 ByCB Benway I love this laminated medication listing that shows all the medications we use for ADHD! It not only shows the different methylphenidates and amphetamines but also the approximate equivalencies amongst "same" forms. Switching made easy! My only wish is that it would include how to switch from a methylphenidate to an amphetamine...hint hint.
colorful and "cool"10/20/2020 ByDÅN the Doctor This is a great resource for anyone interested in ADHD. It is a neat tool to have that is well organized. Also, its colorful and "cool" to look at, definitely a great conversation starter.
NP student03/04/2021 ByAllyson Lawson I love this diagram. It is easy to read, the colors are great, and I would recommend this to all providers! So glad a colleague told me about this chart.
The ADHD Medication Guide was developed by Dr. Andrew Adesman, Chief of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics at the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children's Medical Center of New York (CCMCNY), part of the North Shore-LIJ Health System. Dr. Adesman is also the Director of the ADHD Center at CCMCNY.
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