is the only safe alternative agent for which efficacy and safety have been relatively well established, it has been proven to be less potent than standard therapies (5).
Ancak hastamizin tedavi altinda devam eden trombositopeni ve lokopenisi olmasi nedeniyle, artemether bilesigine yanitsiz olan rekrudesens dusunulerek tedavi atovaquone
ile degistirildi ve tedavi sonucunda hizla klinik duzelme goruldu.
If engraftment is delayed and TMP/SMX cannot be given due to myelosuppression, atovaquone
 can be used until engraftment, followed by TMP/SMX.
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While quinine was isolated from the bark of the cinchona tree in 1820, chloroquine, proguanil, mefloquine, and atovaquone
each were developed during or after a military conflict during 1945-1985.
The patient was diagnosed with babesiosis and admitted to the hospital, where he was treated with atovaquone
, azithromycin, and doxycycline.
Decoquinate is structurally distinct to atovaquone
, which is broadly used for malaria prophylaxis and treatment, and decoquinate demonstrates limited cross-resistance to atovaquone-resistant parasites .
vivax , numerous publications reported on the antiplasmodial activity of naphthoquinones leading to the development of atovaquone
(3, Figure 1), a totally synthetic hydroxy-1,4-naphthoquinone .
After laboratory confirmation of malaria diagnosis, the therapy was changed to a 3-day course of atovaquone
and proguanil hydrochloride followed by primaquine for treatment of Plasmodium vivax malaria in Thailand.
Primary treatment is Atovaquone
and Zithromax given for seven days.
These cells were sensitive to an antimalarial drug called atovaquone
; chemical maturation through exposure to small molecules also made the cells sensitive to another antimalarial drug called primaquine, demonstrating the value of this approach for testing new antimalarial drugs.