ADHD Medication and EKG Screening

Published Online: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
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In this video, William A. Scott, MD, FHRS, FACC, FAAP, a professor of pediatrics at UT Southwestern Medical Center and chief of the division of cardiology and co-director of the Heart Center at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, addresses the question of whether children who are initiating use of ADHD medication need to have an EKG.

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