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Tablets, film coated 250 mg

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EU CTD
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Country of origin
European Union
GMP approvals
EU GMP
Manufacturer #2194
A pharmaceutical manufacturer based in the EU that has been active in 100+ countries selling its products in Europe, the Middle East, LATAM, Africa, CIS, and Asia for 100+ years. Key production lines are Rx and medical devices. Main therapeutic areas include venous insufficiency, women's health, and the respiratory system.

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quinine

Ampoules, injection 2ml

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CTD
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Ready to file
Country of origin
India
GMP approvals
Canada, FDA, WHO
Manufacturer #16400

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Syrup 100 mg

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India
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WHO
Manufacturer #20401

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QUININE

Quinine is used to treat malaria and babesiosis. This includes Malaria caused by Plasmodium falciparum, resistant to chloroquine when Artesunate is not available. In some cases, it also used to treat restless legs syndrome, but is not recommended due to the risk of serious side effects. Various Malaria strains have developed resistance to quinine in certain areas of the world. It is also the ingredient that gives tonic water its bitter taste. Quinine is sold under the brand name Qualaquin among others. It is a medicine with worldwide applications, so it is made and sold to the government for mass distribution programs and for retail sale around the world by several manufacturers. Isolated first in the 1802s, Quinine is extracted from the bark of a cinchona tree, native to Peru. Bark extracts had been used to treat malaria since at least 1632 and it was introduced to Spain as early as 1636 by Jesuit missionaries from the New World.

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION

Quinine is sold as tablets and injectable forms and can be taken by mouth or intravenously in the 324 mg strength for both children and adults. For treating Uncomplicated (P. falciparum) Malaria, the recommended adult dose is 648 mg, taken orally every 8 hour, for 7 days. For Chloroquine-Resistant (P. falciparum) caused Malaria, the dose is 648 mg, taken orally every 8 hours for 3-7 days, and Chloroquine-Resistant (P. vivax) Malaria, the dose is 648 mg orally, given every 8 hours for 3-7 days. For children, the pediatric Dosages dose for Uncomplicated (P. falciparum), is 30 mg per kilo per day, orally divided into 3 doses a daily, for 3-7 days, for treating, Chloroquine-Resistant (P. falciparum) malaria, the dose is 30 mg per kilo per day, orally divided into 3 doses a daily with concomitant doxycycline, tetracycline or clindamycin. For treating Chloroquine-Resistant (P. vivax) malaria, the pediatric dose is 30 mg per kilo per day, orally divided into 3 doses a daily, with concomitant doxycycline and oral primaquine. In the treatment of Babesiosis, the adult Dosage is 648 mg orally every 8 hours, with concomitant orally or intravenously clindamycin and the Pediatric Dosage is 25 mg per kilo per day, orally divided into three days, daily for 7 days, with concomitant oral clindamycin

The Price of Quinine

Quinine is primarily sold in Asia and Africa, and in countries with a high incidence of malaria. In India, the 300mg Injection cost USD 0.25, and a supply of 10, 300 tablets cost USD 7.7.

How does Quinine work? Quinine has antimalarial properties and has been proven effective in the treatment of uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum malaria. Quinine interferes with the parasite's ability to digest hemoglobin and also inhibits the spontaneous formation of hemozoin or malaria pigment. This is a toxic product of the digestion of hemoglobin by parasites. Plasmodium falciparum parasite gets into the red blood cells and causes malaria. Quinine actions kill the parasite or prevent it from growing.

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