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Keywords:

  • Parkinson's disease;
  • dopamine agonists;
  • ergot

Abstract

Of 99 patients on ergot-derived dopamine agonists informed about possible long-term side effects, switching to a nonergot was undertaken in 88 (89%). There were adverse events in 26%. After 11 months, 82% were on their switch agonist and 93% were on any agonist. Switching dopamine agonists is feasible in this population. © 2004 Movement Disorder Society