American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A drug, C18H26ClN3, used mainly in the treatment and prevention of malaria.
- n. A 4-aminoquinoline drug used to treat and prevent malaria, having the chemical formula C18H26ClN3
- n. an antimalarial drug used to treat malaria and amebic dysentery and systemic lupus erythematosus
- chloro- + -quine (Wiktionary)
- chloro- + quin(olin)e. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“To begin with, the fitness ratio of CQR malaria in the absence of chloroquine is .76 or .85.”
“Although chloroquine is not considered necessary for travelers to the major resort areas on the Pacific and Gulf coasts, travelers to those areas should use insect repellent and take other personal protection measures to reduce contact with mosquitoes, particularly from dusk to dawn when malaria transmission is most likely.”
“When chloroquine is prescribed at dose rates in excess of those typically used for prophylactic treatments, or when prescribed for long term use (calculated using a simple cumulative dose formula), periodic monitoring (typically every 3-6 months, but again dependent on a health care professional's assessment of the individual) is recommended including complete blood counts, a neuromuscular exam, and full ophthalmologic exam.”
“The Lancet investigation went on to accuse the World Bank "of supplying India with an anti-malarial drug, called chloroquine, at a cost of $1.8m, which it says is unsuitable for the type of malaria seen there and against World Health Organisation guidelines emphasis mine.”
“For Greenwood, the main rub is increased resistance to drugs, particularly the longtime mainstay, chloroquine, which is relatively cheap to produce in mass quantities.”
“But Coartem is far more expensive than the most commonly used drug, chloroquine, which is becoming less resistant to the malaria parasite.”
“By then, Army medics had a drug called chloroquine that had been introduced in 1947, a result of the wartime program.”
“They specifically refute ID proponent Michael Behe's argument that the malaria parasite's resistance to chloroquine is too complex to have arisen through natural selection.”
“The mosquitoes gradually grew resistant to DDT, while the parasites themselves became resistant to anti-malarial drugs such as chloroquine and atebrin.”
“The department recommends that visitors to malaria areas take anti-malaria drugs, such as chloroquine (together with Proguanal) or Lariam.”
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