Adaptive Treatment for Growth Suppression in Children with ADHD
Studies show that the use of stimulants for the control of ADHD in youth leads to a reduction in height gain. This study uses a SMART design to examine the effectiveness of temporary breaks in medicinal treatments and caloric supplementation for the treatment of stimulant-induced weight and growth suppression.
Principal Investigator(s): James G. Waxmonsky
Location: Florida International University
Funding: NIMH Project R01MH083692
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