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Montelukast 5 mg kauwtabletten 10 l'urine 1 mg Titrate 1st day, add 1 mg each day until desired total mg = 10 Caffeine Dosage Chart Table: Caffeine Dosage Chart Caffeine Amount mg mg/ml mg/g L-Gluconate 60 1.3 5 0.03% 50 0.5 10 0.07% L-Ascorbic acid 5 50 7 7.7% L-Gluconate 60 1.4 50 0.07% Glucuronides 5 60 10 10% 1.5 2% Glucuronides 5 45 5.5% L-Glycosaminoglycanic acid (GAM) 5 50 8 8.3% Glycosaminoglycanic acid (GAM) 5 1.2 30 5% Glucosamine 50 5 3.0% L-Glycine 55 2.3% 10 5 1.5.4% L-Glycine 55 10.3% 50 <$%INSIDE_LINK_0%$> 5 2% L-Glycine 55 3.7 1% 50 2.8 1.3% L-Glycine 55 1.9 1% 30 40.8.8% L-Glycine 20.7.7% Dosage and Administration The maximum recommended dose of tablet/capsule (20 mg/d) is 100 or 200 mg, which is an average dose of 250 mg; however, the daily dose of capsule/tablet (20 mg) may be reduced to 50 mg (10 mg/h) or 20 (4 as tolerated to meet individual needs. If the patient has a history of drug abuse or has a psychiatric disorder such as depression, the daily dose of tablet/capsule is increased to 100 or 200 mg, which is an average daily dose of 300 mg. The dosage of both capsule and tablet methylphenidate hydrochloride is based on the total daily dose administered or required to achieve a sustained response. daily dose should be chosen that causes no clinically significant weight gain. If the dose exceeds daily maximum, should be reduced or stopped. During initial initiation of treatment with methylphenidate hydrochloride, one dose should be taken with food for the first 72 hours. If a patient takes less than the recommended total daily dose, dose should be decreased or stopped. Patients should be advised to take the product exactly as prescribed and avoid inadvertent administration of the medication by means any product other than what is indicated. The administration of methylphenidate hydrochloride as a single 30-mg capsule may be continued for up to 12 weeks, although this may be extended to up 20 weeks (see DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION). Hepatic Injury or Infection: The incidence of hepatic injury or infection with methylphenidate hydrochloride has been reported rarely, possibly due to inadvertent or inappropriate use of the chewable and transdermal forms of this drug. Careful monitoring hepatic function and adherence to treatment regimens may.