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Usual Gabapentin Dosing (Adults)

Usual initial gabapentin dose: 300mg q8h. Usual maintenance dose: 300-600mg q8h. Maximum dosage/day: 3600 mg

Gabapentin Renal Dosing

renal dosing gabapentin [>60 ml/min]: Give usual dosage

[30-59]: Dosage range: 400-1400mg/day
(divided doses - Usually bid)

[15-29]: Dosage range: 200-700mg/day.

[<15]: 100-300 mg/day. Use lower end of this range for CRCL <7.5 ml/min.


supplemental gabapentin dose after dialysis Hemodialysis:
[<15 ml/min]: 100-300 mg/day. Give supplemental gabapentin dose of 125-350mg after each dialysis. Dosage given should be proportional to maintenance gabapentin dose. Patients receiving at least 300mg/day can be given the higher supplemental dose of 350mg after each dialysis. Other patients should receive gabapentin dosage at the lower end of this range.


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