Chloroquine

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Chloroquine

 

a compound used in the treatment of malaria and of autoimmune and other diseases. It may be taken orally in the form of tablets or administered as a solution by intramuscular or intravenous injection.

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The effects of acute chloroquine poisoning with special reference to the heart.
Prevention of chloroquine poisoning by activated charcoal.
Commonly recommended therapies are the same as those used for chloroquine poisoning and include inotropes, sodium bicarbonate, potassium and diazepamb (6).