MEDICATIONS USED IN THE TREATMENT OF DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR IN CHILDREN WITH FASD - A GUIDE

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Jak Ozsarfati
Gideon Koren

Keywords

Medications, Disruptive Behavior

Abstract

The majority of children with FASD suffer from disruptive behaviors and most of them need medications to modify these behaviors. The objective of this review is to familiarize professionals caring for children with FASD with stimulants and other drugs for ADHD, and the second generation antipsychotic risperidone - for aggressive and defiant behaviors.

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