Rarely used but often studied, amantadine is a medicine that doesn't fit neatly into any boxes. It's thought to work in OCD, autism, depression, cognition, ADHD, weight loss, sexual dysfunction, and traumatic brain injury. But how good is that research, and when should you use it? Chris Aiken and Kellie Newsome guide you through in this edition.
Publication Date: 6/24/19
Runtime: 12 mins, 24 seconds
Article Referenced: "New Augmentation Strategies in OCD," The Carlat Psychiatry Report, June/July 2019 (subscriber only)
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