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  • Dosage Form Tablet
    Dose/Strength 250 mg
    Packaging Size 10×10 Tablets
    Packaging Type Tab
    Composition CHLOROQUINE
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  • It does not prevent intrahepatic data.

    Inhalation is effective after oral administration and plasma concentrations are increased within 2-3 hours. The drug and its metabolites can be detected in the blood for up to 2 months and in the urine for up to 4 months after a single injection.


    Treatment of malarial attacks:

    • P. malariae and P. falciparum infection were excluded by treatment with chloroquine alone.

    • In rare or unsuccessful recurrences, removal of P. vivax and P. ovale infections requires subsequent approval of primaquine to remove intrauepatic (hypnozoites). ). This information does not occur in any communicable disease, or of transfusions or other infectious diseases.

    Chloroquine is also used for prophylaxis in pregnant and unprotected women.

    Restrictions and regulations

    To avoid nausea and vomiting chloroquine is required after a meal. If part or all of a dose is given, the same amount should be read immediately.

    Adults, including pregnant women, and children:

    Total dose: 25 mg / kg given over 3 days.

    Day 1: 10 mg / kg, followed by 5 mg / kg 6-8 hours later.

    Days 2 and 3: 5 mg / kg in single dose.

    A more practical, but pharmacokinetically negative, regimen is used in many areas:

    Days 1 and 2: 10 mg / kg.

    Day 3: 5 mg / kg.

    The above vaccine is sufficient to kill P. falciparum outbreaks because antimalarial blood salts are available for several weeks.


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    • Chloroquine should not be taken on prophylaxis by patients with a history of epilepsy.



    If the patient progresses after the injection of chloroquine, the skin and quinine should be given an emergency injection.

    Use during pregnancy

    There was no evidence that chloroquine was a problem in preoperative medication during pregnancy. Because pregnant women are susceptible to the spread of the disease, it should be used for the recommended dose for both treatment and any treatment for any source of chloroquine. -sensitive.

    Problems occur

    Serious side effects are less common in malaria cases, but pruritus, which is impossible, is common among Africans and has also been reported from South and Central America and south-east Asia. . It is most likely to be caused by calamine lotion, but if it does not then it may be worth using another form of contraception.

    Headaches and diarrhea are a problem sometimes. In susceptible patients, severe cases of sinusitis and porphyria may be precipitated. The former may test against disease of cerebral malaria. When testing is not sure the urine should be tested for porphobilinogen.

    This self-medication is often prescribed and the drug chloroquine is not taken care of to treat any medical condition, chloroquine abuse is considered to be a cause of the atrio-ventricular block. These patients are also at risk of developing chloroquine retinopathy.

    Blind vision by the accumulation of chloroquine in the retina is a hallmark of long-term, high-dose chemotherapy. Total life exposure to chloroquine should not exceed 100g of baseline. Cancer has rarely, if ever, been done by current vaccines for Malaria prophylaxis.


    Toxic chloroquine is lethal: drugs as low as 50 mg base / kg can be fatal. Nausea, vomiting and drowsiness occur rapidly and are followed by speech, anxiety, shortness of breath due to pneumonia, convulsions, hallucinations, vision loss and cardiac arrhythmias.

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  • Chloroquine is a drug that is known for its anti-malarial and amebicide properties. It is commonly used for the treatment or prevention of malaria and some auto-immune disorders. These injections are manufactured in highly sterile environment using the most technologically advanced machines. This ensures a superior quality and precise composition in our product range.

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