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- A trademark used for methylphenidate.
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- proper n. A trademark for a mild form of amphetamine used to counter attention deficit disorder.
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- n. central nervous system stimulant (trade name Ritalin) used in the treatment of narcolepsy in adults and attention deficit disorder in children
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Janey had agreed to the plan, but she was loath to part with even one of her precious Righties as she called her Ritalin.
Mr Mannion was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) and put on Ritalin from a young age.
And with a new study out about ADHD and the drugs that treat ADHD in children such as Ritalin, which is methylphenidate.
But they also suggest doctors consider prescribing methylphenidate, commonly known by the brand name Ritalin, in preschool-age children with moderate to severe symptoms when behavior interventions don't provide significant improvement.
Controversy has raged around the drug most widely used to calm such children, Ritalin, which is of the amphetamine family.
Both tested positive for methylphenidate and ritalinic acid - commonly known as Ritalin, a drug used to treat ADHD that can increase focus and energy level.
The drug Ritalin, which is prescribed to many children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) to help to calm them, should be avoided, the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) says.
Methylphenidate, sold under the brand name Ritalin by Novartis, was once the standard.
So when a parent decides to give their child a psychotropic drug or Ritalin, which is a stimulant, they have to understand, this is the closest thing that we have to cocaine.
Shire Ltd. 's Adderall, and Novartis AG's Ritalin, which is sold genrically as methylphenidate.
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