Malarone

Formulation : Tablet
Prescription Required
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Description

Drug Description :

Indication : Malarone is used to treat or prevent malaria.

Storage : Store Malarone in a cool, dry place, away from direct light.

Product Information :

General Information :

Precaution : If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding inform your doctor of this before using Malarone. If you are using any other medications with Malarone, or have other allergies (medical and not medical), or if you have stomach, bowel, vomiting, diarrhea, kidney, or liver problems consult with your doctor if Malarone is right for you before using this medication.

Warnings : Malarone can cause dizziness which may become more severe when taken with alcohol or other medications. It is recommended you do not drive or operate machinery until you know how you react to this medication.

Patient Family Information  : Take Malarone as prescribed to you by your health care provider, or as specified on the label. Take orally with food or milk. If you vomit within an hour of your dose, take another dose. Take Malarone regularly for the full benefits. Attempt to take Malarone at the same time each day.

Contraindication : If you have had any past allergic reactions to any ingredient of Malarone do not take this drug. If you have severe kidney problems do not use Malarone. If you are taking rifampin or rifabutin or have had a typhoid vaccine within 10 days you should not use Malarone.

Sever Side Effects : Severe: severe or uncontrolled vomiting or diarrhea, fever, nausea, stomach pain, loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-colored stools, jaundice, mouth sores, unusual aches and pains, tired feeling, weight loss, severe skin rash, easy bruising or bleeding.

Common Side Effects : Common: Cough headache, weakness, dizziness, or itching.

Other Side Effects : Other: None.

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Additional information

drugcatalogueid

13701, 16254, 28260, 28261, 28264, 28265

drugname

Malarone

scientificname

Atovaquone/proguanil

linkname

Malarone

alternatename

Malarone, Malarone Paediatric, Atovaquone/proguanil HCL

strength

250/100mg, 62.5/25mg

ovsqty

12

quantity

12, 24

generic

1

nonprescription
formulation

Tablet

manufacturer

Glaxo Smith Kline, Various Generic

suppliername

International Supplier #4

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isdifferent
overseas

UK1

country

United Kingdom

isforsale

1

isnotcontrolleddrug

1

iscontrolleddrug
drugstatusid

1

drugstatus

On Sale

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drugstatusdetail

On Sale

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indication

Malarone is used to treat or prevent malaria.

storage

Store Malarone in a cool, dry place, away from direct light.

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precautions

If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding inform your doctor of this before using Malarone. If you are using any other medications with Malarone, or have other allergies (medical and not medical), or if you have stomach, bowel, vomiting, diarrhea, kidney, or liver problems consult with your doctor if Malarone is right for you before using this medication.

warnings

Malarone can cause dizziness which may become more severe when taken with alcohol or other medications. It is recommended you do not drive or operate machinery until you know how you react to this medication.

patientfamilyinfo

Take Malarone as prescribed to you by your health care provider, or as specified on the label. Take orally with food or milk. If you vomit within an hour of your dose, take another dose. Take Malarone regularly for the full benefits. Attempt to take Malarone at the same time each day.

contraindication

If you have had any past allergic reactions to any ingredient of Malarone do not take this drug. If you have severe kidney problems do not use Malarone. If you are taking rifampin or rifabutin or have had a typhoid vaccine within 10 days you should not use Malarone.

severesideeff

Severe: severe or uncontrolled vomiting or diarrhea, fever, nausea, stomach pain, loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-colored stools, jaundice, mouth sores, unusual aches and pains, tired feeling, weight loss, severe skin rash, easy bruising or bleeding.

commonsideeff

Common: Cough headache, weakness, dizziness, or itching.

othersideeff

Other: None.