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triclabendazole

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  • n. A benzimidazole anthelmintic, unusual in having a chlorinated benzene ring but no carbamate group, that displays a high efficacy against the liver fluke.

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  • Working in conjunction with WHO and Novartis Pharma Inc (the successor company to Ciba-Geigy), the Ministry of Health of the Arab Republic of Egypt has registered triclabendazole for human use.

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  • The process of registering triclabendazole for human use in countries where fascioliasis is endemic has been initiated by the manufacturer.

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  • The availability of triclabendazole makes national and/or regional control programmes feasible, as the drug is a safe, single dose, oral preparation.

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  • Different doses of triclabendazole were studied during these trials and it was concluded that the most efficient dosage for fascioliasis was

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  • The trials on the use of triclabendazole in treating fascioliasis were carried out in Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Iran and Peru.

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  • Following the registration of triclabendazole for human use and noting its use for public health purposes, the WHO Expert Committee on the Use of Essential Drugs recommended, at its December 1997 meeting, that the drug be put on the list of essential drugs.

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  • In 1990, the World Health Organization's (WHO) Division of Control of Tropical Diseases (CTD) and the pharmaceutical company Ciba-Geigy concluded a Memorandum of Understanding to conduct additional clinical trials of triclabendazole in the treatment of fascioliasis and paragonimiasis.

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  • According to a WHO sponsored independent review of all the data from the clinical trials, "the clinical studies conducted thus far indicate that triclabendazole is highly efficacious in treating human infections of

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