Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity

The disorder of inattention and hyperactivity is arguably the child pathology more boom has acquired in the past two decades, considered in many cases a real social problem, its increasing prevalence, both sectors that are involved with regard to the same. This has led to that there is strong pressu...

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Found in: Portal de Revistas
Main Authors: Morales, Alexis Ariel, Dionisio, Leandro
Format: Online
Language: Spanish
Published: Facultad de Ciencias Médicas. Escuela de Salud Pública 2014
Online Access: https://revistas.unc.edu.ar/index.php/RSD/article/view/6942
Summary: The disorder of inattention and hyperactivity is arguably the child pathology more boom has acquired in the past two decades, considered in many cases a real social problem, its increasing prevalence, both sectors that are involved with regard to the same. This has led to that there is strong pressure from the school and in some cases also the family so that this child pathology find a quick resolution through the use of psychoactive drugs. However, it should be questioned about the scientific foundations who claim a high and belief so high prevalence for this pathology, reaching almost, in some cases, 20 per cent. Alternatively, if it is possible to hold to the TDHA as an independent diagnosed entity, or if it is only a relatively independent symptoms set with each other.