TITLE

Comparative acute efficacy and tolerability of OROS and immediate release formulations of methylphenidate in the treatment of adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder

AUTHOR(S)
Biederman, Joseph; Mick, Eric O.; Surman, Craig; Doyle, Robert; Hammerness, Paul; Michel, Evan; Martin, Jessica; Spencer, Thomas J
PUB. DATE
January 2007
SOURCE
BMC Psychiatry;2007, Vol. 7, p49
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Background: The main aim of this study was to compare the safety and efficacy of IR MPH administered three times daily to those of once daily OROS-MPH. Methods: Subjects were outpatient adults satisfying full diagnostic criteria for DSM-IV ADHD between 19 and 60 years of age. Data from two independently conducted 6-week placebo controlled, randomized clinical trials of IR-MPH (tid) and of OROS-MPH were pooled to create three study groups: Placebo (N = 116), IR-MPH (tid) (N = 102) and OROS-MPH (N = 67). Results: Eight-five percent (N = 99) of placebo treated subjects, 77% (N = 79) of the IR-MPH (tid) treated subjects, and 82% (N = 55) of the OROS-MPH treated subjects completed the 6-week trial. Total daily doses at endpoint were 80.9 ± 31.9 mg, 74.8 ± 26.2 mg, and 95.4 ± 26.3 mg in the OROS-MPH, IR-MPH (tid), and placebo groups, respectively. At endpoint, 66% (N = 44) of subjects receiving OROS-MPH and 70% (N = 71) of subjects receiving IR-MPH (tid) were considered responders compared with 31% (N = 36) on placebo. Conclusion: Comparison of data from two similarly designed, large, randomized, placebocontrolled, trials, showed that equipotent daily doses of once daily OROS-MPH had similar efficacy to that of TID administered IR MPH. Trial Registration: The trial of OROS-MPH was registered at clinicaltrials.gov, number NCT00181571.
ACCESSION #
34910934

 

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