primaquine


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primaquine

[′prī·mə‚kwēn]
(pharmacology)
C15H21N3O An ether-soluble viscous liquid, used as the diphosphate salt in medicine to cure malaria.
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Currently primaquine is only available on a named-patient basis with Section 21 MCC approval.
Primaquine is one of the few antimalarial drugs that targets the transmission stages of the malaria parasite, the gametocytes, and is therefore considered to be an important tool for malaria elimination.
She was discharged on day 6 with instructions to continue taking quinine and doxycycline for seven days, and primaquine for eight weeks.
Though vivax malaria is treated with chloroquine and primaquine as the drug of choice for eradication of plasmodium vivax, quinine also is a metocidial for plas modium vivax and erythrocytic forms of malarial parasite .
No justification has been mentioned for giving Primaquine on second day of treatment in P.
Anti-infection drugs: Erythromycin, Halofantrine, Maraviroc, Primaquine, Quinine, Rilpivirine
Effect of primaquine on erythrocytes with NADH-methaemoglobin reductase deficiency and low glutathione reductose activity.
Prevalence and clinical presentation of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency in Pakistani Pathan and Afghan refugee communities in Pakistan; implications for the use of primaquine in regional malaria control programmes.
Estas combinaciones de palabras clave orientaron la busqueda enPubmed (Medline): primaquine, gametocyte, falciparum; primaquine, transmission blocking, falciparum; primaquine, gametocytes, transmission blocking.