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Clinical manual of geriatric psychopharmacology, by Sandra A. Jacobson . Jacobson, Ronald W. Pies, Ira R. Katz. As noted above, monodrug therapy is preferred to polydrug therapy to treat conditions responsive to one drug. Effective treatment for many. When considering drug level as an explanation for clinical toxicity in a geriatric patient, it is worth remembering that in some cases, these patients can become toxic even at apparently therapeutic levels. Although many strategies are effective in improving adherence, sim-plifications of the treatment plan and minimizing drug costs have the greatest effect.