, Volume 110, Issue 12, pp 1393-1400
Date: 01 Jan 2003

Switching and combining dopamine agonists

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Summary.

Switching from one dopamine agonist to another is common practice in the treatment of patients with Parkinson’s disease. This paper describes some ideas on the most practical way to perform switching. In addition, it describes the possibilities of combining various dopamine agonists and discusses pros and cons for doing so.