Objective: To investigate the dynamics of behavioral indicators, attention and memory in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) treated with noofen (capsules 250 mg).
Material and method: In an open study, 50 patients were randomized to 2 equal groups: patients of group 1 were treated with noofen (15-20 mg/kg (500-700 mg) per day perorally in 2-3 doses); the control group received low doses of multivitamins. Duration of treatment was one month.
Results: The results of neuropsychological testing revealed the improvement of cognitive functions, including the indicators of self-control, sustained, directed and divided attention, acoustic-verbal memory, to the end of treatment.
Conclusion: The initial positive changes may be the basis for obtaining better clinical results during long-term treatment.