artemether


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ar·te·me·ther

(ar-tem'ĕ-ther),
Semisynthetic derivative of artemisinin used in the treatment of malaria.

artemether

A semi-synthetic derivative of ARTEMISININ. The drug is on the WHO official list.
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After around four months of experiments with artemether, it was clear that the drug was not triggering alpha to beta cell conversion, as the initial Cell paper had claimed.
Half were treated with AQ-13 and the other half received artemether and lumefantrine.
Ciddi sitma tedavisinde mumkun olan en erken surede antimalaryal ilac (artesunate, artemether ya da quinidine gluconate) tedavisine baslanilmalidir (6).
Current treatment strategy in Ethiopia recommends artemether lumefantrine (AL) and chloroquine as the first line of drug to treat uncomplicated P.
DU-145 cells were more resistant than PC-3 cells to these compounds except to artemether and arteanuin B.
In the US it only comes as a tablet: 20 mg of artemether with 120 mg of the synthetic lumefantrine.
When artemisinin was modified to artesunate or artemether its bioavailability improved and it was used in conjunction with other antimalarial drugs, most commonly mefloquine, to treat malaria.
Artemisinin group of drugs used in all patients of falciparum and mixed infections and some cases responded to artemether and lumefantrine combination therapy and few others responded to clindamycin.
ActRx Triact, a twoday regimen against dengue, is comprised of an artemether sublingual spray and artesunate and berberine tablets.
falciparum ATPase6 gene is associated with raised artemether half maximal inhibitory concentration ([IC.
Immunohistopathological andbiochemical changes in Schistosoma mansoni-infected mice treated with artemether.
Currently, Artemether is recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) for resistance to cerebral malaria [22].