antimalaria

antimalaria

(ˌæntɪməˈlɛərɪə)
adj
acting against or preventing malaria
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James Patrice said the Bangladesh peacekeepers in Wau are doing marvelous work and urges them to continue the exercise and bring more antimalaria drugs if possible, as malaria pick is increasing because of the rainy season.''
The expert said at least 25 per cent of children with malaria a national survey found were still being treated with chloroquine, an ineffective antimalaria drug, and urged medical experts to desist from doing so.
Several types of endophytic bacteria that have been successfully isolated and are known to produces active compounds with antibiotic (6), antimalaria (7) and antifungal (8,9) properties.
Anemia (Hb <9 gm/dl) pregnancy, 34 out of a total of 42, were the largest segment of refractory anemia patients21,22 who responded to antimalaria therapy with rapid improvement in Hb and generalized well-being.
Pregnant women are particularly susceptible to severe malaria and have a greater risk of antimalaria resistance due to loss of immunity during pregnancy, thus placing them at high risk of maternal and infant morbidity and mortality, abortion, premature labour, and stillbirth [7].
During the same period, there was high rate of consumption of antimalaria drugs leading to stock-outs of most antimalarial drug and high stock-out rates of quinine (15%), Fansidar (13%), and the first-line antimalaria drugs (13%) {Artemether+Lumefantrine and Artesunate+Amodiaquine}.
From the systems pharmacology-based analysis, we identified artemisinin, an antimalaria drug, that is connected with type 1 diabetes mellitus (q value = 0.11) (Figure 4(b)).
At present, antivirus, anticancer, antimalaria, contraception, and other peptide vaccines are under clinical trials [62, 69-72, 74, 75].
The synthesis of chalcone has drawn much attentions due to the presence of its [alpha], [beta]- unsaturated ketone moieties which contributes to various biological activities such as antimalaria [20], anticancer [21], antiprotozoal, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifilarial, anticonvulsant [22], antifungal, insect antifeedant, antimutagenic [23], and antioxidant [24, 25].