Stavzor Dosing

Stavzor (generic: valproic acid) is a delayed release medication for the treatment of seizure, manic episodes and migraine headaches (Kinze et al. , 2001). This drug is manufactured in capsule format in concentrations of 125, 250 and 500 mg. Clinical trials have shown that Stavzor of up to 60 mg/kg/day is safe for administration hence […]

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The Controversy of Medication

Many students today who were diagnosed with EBD or ADHD were prescribed some type of medication to help manage their symptoms. In my opinion I feel as though many children benefit greatly from these medications, especially those with severe cases. On the other hand I also feel as though we are depending too much on […]

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Medication: Shock and Service Users

1. Eye drops to be dispensed into the inside corner of the eye; this allows the medication to have maximum effect. 2. To Administer drugs means that you are responsible for the drugs. 3. To Assist means that the service user is responsible, but you can still assist them by doing things such as opening […]

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ADHD Medication

The past 50 years have named and renamed ADHD as Minimal Brain Dysfunction, Hyperactive Child Syndrome and Attention Deficit Disorder, with or without hyperactivity; the present day term being, ADHD-Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

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