- Four artemisinin-based treatments in African pregnant women with malaria
- Four artemisinin-based treatments in African pregnant women with malaria. Share This Page. March 10, 2016.
- Artemisinin-based antimalarials may be safe and efficacious in pregnant women
- 1. All four artemisinin-based treatment groups had cure rates of over 94%. Artemether-lumefantrine was statistically less efficacious than the other three regimens however was only less efficacious by 2%.
- Studies Reinforce The Urgency Of Treating Pregnant Women With Malaria
- Recommended treatment for malaria is artemisinin combination therapy, or ACT, a mix of drugs shown to effectively treat the disease. But until now, the treatment has not been tested on women expecting babies. "Pregnant women are often excluded from ...
- Synthetic biology's first malaria drug meets market resistance
- The yeast was fermented in a vat to produce a chemical that Sanofi converted into artemisinin, which is used to make leading malaria treatments called artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs). Many hoped that the process would offer a cheap and ...
- Zika, dengue, malaria and the deadly mosquito
- But the P. falciparum parasite is becoming resistant to artemisinin and the partner drugs, just as earlier it had become resistant to chloroquine and sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine.
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