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1. Inattention criteria of ADHD?
a. Careless mistakes
b. Difficulty paying attention
c. Not listening
d. Not following through on tasks
e. Avoiding sustained mental effort
f. Frequently losing things
g. Easy distractibility
h. Forgetfulness
2. Hyperactivity criteria of ADHD?
a. Frequent fidgeting
b. Being out of his or her seat frequently
c. Running or climbing excessively
d. Having difficulty playing quietly
e. Often talking excessively.
3. Impulsivity criteria of ADHD include?
a. Blurting out answers
b. Having difficulty waiting for his or her turn, and interrupting or intruding frequently.
4. 3 types of ADHD?
a. ADHH/I (At least 6 of 9 inattention behaviours)
b. ADHD/HI (At least 6 of 9 Hyperactivity behaviours)
c. ADHD/C (At least 6 of 9 of both hyperactive and impulse behaviours)
5. Diagnostic criteria for ADHD (time required)/
a. Symptoms must be present for at least 6 months in 2 or more settings, some sx must have been present before age 7, and must result in impaired function.
6. Note: Psychological and developmental testing if part of the evaluation of an ADHD child; coexisting psychological and learning disorders occur frequently.
6. Note: Psychological and developmental testing if part of the evaluation of an ADHD child; coexisting psychological and learning disorders occur frequently.
7. First-line meds for ADHD?
a. Stimulants: Methylphenidate, detroamphetamine
b. Atomoxetine (Strattera) is a non-stimulant, selective norepi reuptake inhibitor approved for use in adults and children.