Medication Errors in ADHD Treatment Rise Nearly 300% in 2 Decades, Study Finds

The number of medication errors related to attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) treatment has surged by almost 300% over the past two decades, according to a recent study. Researchers reported that these errors are preventable and called for increased patient and caregiver education and improved child-resistant medication dispensing systems. The study also suggested a transition from pill bottles to unit-dose packaging, like blister packs, to help prevent medication errors. While medication remains one of the most effective treatments for ADHD, ensuring proper dosing and administration is crucial to avoid potential harm.

Richard Shaw
Richard Shaw
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