Understanding the antimalarials market: Uganda 2007 : an overview of the supply side : a study by Medicines for Malaria Venture, in collaboration with Ministry of Health Uganda, HEPS and WHO / report drafted by Martin Auton, Renia Coghlan and Aziz Maija ; edited by Jaya Banerji.
- Auton, Martin
- August 2008
Blister pack of chloroquine antimalarial tablets. Chloroquine is used to prevent and treat the infectious disease malaria. Malaria is caused by parasites (Plasmodium species) which enter the blood when inefcted mosquitoes feed. Side effects of chloroquine include vomitting, nausea and headache. Retinopathy (damage to the retina) is a rare eye condition associated with long term use over many years. Drug resistance against antimalarials is increasing.
- Lauren Holden
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