What is the difference between Ritalin SR and Ritalin LA? Both are 20mg?
- 5 Apr 2011 by P3963
- ritalin, ritalin la, ritalin-sr, narcolepsy
6 Apr 2011
The only difference is the dose form (tablets/capsules).
They are both long acting formulations.
The LA version are capsules.
The SR version are tablets.
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