Dr. Nancy Reid
Second-Generation Antipsychotics (SGAs) are used more commonly for psychotic conditions and off-label diagnoses in children. Studies have shown the benefits of SGAs in children and adolescents. This article discusses the benefits and risks of SGAs in children with behavioral and non-behavioral health concerns. The goal is to learn proper monitoring when prescribing SGAs.
Bradley CR. Efficacy and Risks of Second-Generation Antipsychotics in Psychotic and Non-psychotic Children. University of Lynchburg DMSc Doctoral Project Assignment Repository. 2020; 2(1).
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