Stopping Memantine or Cholinesterase in Dementia Patients

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Kalin M. Clifford, PharmD, BCPS, discusses when treatment with memantine or cholinesterase should be stopped in patients with dementia.

Kalin M. Clifford, PharmD, BCPS, discusses when treatment with memantine or cholinesterase should be stopped in patients with dementia.

This video was recorded at ASCP's Annual Meeting and Exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada in October 2015.

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