In the United States, brewed coffee is estimated to contain 85 mg of caffeine per 5 oz cup; instant coffee, 65 mg per 5 oz cup; decaffeinated coffee, 3 mg per 5 oz cup; tea, 40 mg per 5 oz cup; and caffeinated sodas, including caffeinated colas, 40 mg per 12 oz can. In Europe, brewed coffee is estimated to contain more caffeine (100 mg per 150 cc cup). Obviously, caffeinated over-the-counter medicines in pill form may have much more caffeine than caffeinated beverages (up to 200 mg per pill). No data are available that show what level of caffeine intake is safe for patients who are taking clozapine. Steady caffeine dosages for a patient who is stabilized and is taking clozapine should not be of concern for clinicians. However, it may be important to warn the patient to avoid "dramatic" changes—either up or down —in caffeine intake. However, no published data define "dramatic" change in caffeine intake.