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Antimalarial combinations

What are Antimalarial combinations?

Antimalarial combinations are products that contain more than one antimalarial agent in the one pill or dose. The different agents generally have different modes of action so attack the bacteria in different ways and in different stages of the life-cycle of the bacteria. These products give better antimicrobial action. Having more than one agent in one pill increases compliance and may prevent drug resistant strains of bacteria from emerging.

List of Antimalarial combinations

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Drug Name Avg. Rating Reviews
Malarone (Pro)
Generic name: atovaquone / proguanil
43 reviews
Coartem (Pro)
Generic name: artemether / lumefantrine
8 reviews
Fansidar (Pro)
Generic name: pyrimethamine / sulfadoxine
1 review
Malarone Pediatric
Generic name: atovaquone / proguanil
No reviews
For ratings, users were asked how effective they found the medicine while considering positive/adverse effects and ease of use (1 = not effective, 10 = most effective).

See also

Medical conditions associated with antimalarial combinations:

Further information

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