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* '''In general after long-term maintenance treatment, the best is to reduce the dose by about 25% every 4-6 weeks. An apt pharmaceutical dose (tablet, capsule, mixture) is not always available. In these cases one should be creative with dosing.''' <ref>The UK Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin; 1999;37:49-52</ref><ref>Editor: please note that not all dosages are available in pharmacy. So now and then you should be creative.</ref>  
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* '''In general after long-term maintenance treatment, the best is to reduce the dose by about 25% every 4-6 weeks. An apt pharmaceutical dose (tablet, capsule, mixture) is not always available. In these cases one should be creative with dosing.'''<ref>The UK Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin; 1999;37:49-52</ref><ref>Editor: please note that not all dosages are available in pharmacy. So now and then you should be creative.</ref>  
* Another, '''more risky''', possibility is being at a certain dose to use the following scheme:
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Latest revision as of 15:08, 10 January 2013

  • In general after long-term maintenance treatment, the best is to reduce the dose by about 25% every 4-6 weeks. An apt pharmaceutical dose (tablet, capsule, mixture) is not always available. In these cases one should be creative with dosing.[1][2]
  • Another, more risky, possibility is being at a certain dose to use the following scheme:
  1. The UK Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin; 1999;37:49-52
  2. Editor: please note that not all dosages are available in pharmacy. So now and then you should be creative.