Malarone


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Mal·a·rone

 (măl′ə-rōn′)
A trademark for a drug consisting of a combination of atovaquone and proguanil hydrochloride.
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By the time of the H-VNB test, the patient had already received antimalarial drugs (doxycycline, malarone, quinidine, and quinine) for 24 h.
When I did get any sleep, it was invaded by Ebola dreams induced by the malaria medicine Malarone.
Malarone (one per day for two days before they arrived, and for seven days after leaving the jungle) were prescribed.
5mg/25mg and 250mg/100mg, the generic version of GlaxoSmithKline's Malarone tablets, it was reported on Friday.
However, Malarone isn't a long-term replacement for artemisinin combination therapy.
A political analysis of corporate drug donations: The example of malarone in Kenya.
Miles pushes a Malarone tablet out of its blister pack and swigs it down with bottled water.
I was advised by my doctor to take Malarone, which is an anti-malarial.
6% of the patients taking Lariam experienced moderate to severe neuropsychiatric side-effects, almost twice as many as those taking doxycycline or Malarone.
The medication I've used and will use again is called Malarone.
Malarone is one of the newer drugs that has fewer to no side effects.