Methylphenidate: yearly treatment review advised

Updated guidance from the MHRA advises that treatment with methylphenidate should be interrupted at least yearly to determine whether continued use is necessary.

The MHRA has also reminded healthcare professionals of the need to screen and monitor patients for psychiatric and cardiovascular symptoms before and during treatment with the stimulant.


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