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Metadate ER

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Basic Information
Generic Name Methylphenidate  vs 42.9% ADHD Medications have methylphenidate
Class Cns Stimulants  vs 85.7% ADHD Medications have CNS Stimulants
Prescription Generic Available Yes  vs 61.9% ADHD Medications have Prescription Generic Available
Pregnancy cat. C(US)   vs 85.7% ADHD Medications have C(US)
Approved Age 6 And Older  vs 85.7% ADHD Medications have 6 and older
Legal Status Schedule Ii (us) 
WADA Category S6 - Stimulants 
Dependence Liability Moderate  vs 23.5% ADHD Medications have Moderate
Excretion Urinary  vs 68.4% ADHD Medications have urinary
Possible Side Effects Some Loss Of Appetite, Weight Loss, Sleep Problems, Irritability, Tics. 
Dosage, Usage and Forms
Routes (of administration) Oral 
Dosage 10 Mg Q Am–30 Bid (max 60mg/day) 
Maximum daily dose
60 mg (29.4 mg higher than average)
vs
30.60 mg

Duration Intermediate-acting  vs 19% ADHD Medications have Intermediate-acting
Duration - time 6-8 H  vs 4.8% ADHD Medications have 6-8 h
Chemical Data
Molecular mass (g/mol) 269.77 G/mol 
Half Life
3.4 Hours (3.63 Hours lower than average)
vs
7.03 Hours

Formula C14h19no2•hcl 
Bioavailability
30 % (0.25 % higher than average)
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29.75 %

Protein binding
15 % (6.75 % lower than average)
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21.75 %

Metabolism Hepatic 


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