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Identification of prevalence and Risk factors for disruptive behavior in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Early recognition of disruptive behavior in children with ADHD


Clinical Trial Description

ADHD is asustaible pattern of inattention Hyperactivity and lmpulsive behavior which can have harmful consequences for the patients social life it was called childhood hyperkinetic reaction before it is estimated that 3 to 5 percent of children show symptoms in primary school in addition to the role of genetic factor in the incidence of this mental disorder ,family imbalance and other anxiety factors play arole in the continuity of disorder.disruptive behavior with a prevalence of 1 to 10percent is a prevalent disorder in primary school similar to ADHD it is 4 to 12 times more frequent among boys compared with girls . disruptive behavior characterized by aggression and violating others rights . This study is screening survey questionnaire study will be done in Assuit University children hospital Neuro psychiatric outpatient clinic in all children under 18 years old have ADHD and exclude other psychiatric problems as :Autism , depression , Schizophrenia or mental retardation . investigator will take full history : personal history : name , date of birth ,age,sex ,age of onset of ADHD ,type of ADHD,severity of ADHD ,type of disruptive behavior , history of treatment,Family history : sibling have ADHD,smoking of parents,drug use parents,social problems: divorce or death of parents . Investigator will use DSM V criteria as adignostic criteria and screening data evaluated by ADHD symptoms check list -4 (ADHD -sc4 scale scores) : symptoms count scores and symptoms severity scores . All for detect outcome of the patient with ADHD . ;


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NCT number NCT05070481
Study type Observational
Source Assiut University
Contact
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase
Start date October 2021
Completion date October 2022

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