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antimonial

(ant″ĭ-mō′nē-ăl) [ antimony + -al]
1. Pert. to or containing antimony.
2. A substance containing antimony
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Pentavalent antimonials, as the 1st choice for the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL), have various side effects.
Patients below the age of 10 were enrolled in the study for thermotherapy only on a compassionate- use basis on the request of parents who wanted to avoid antimonial injections either due to cost pain of administration to their child and/or time constraints.
Currently, there is no vaccine commercially available for use in humans and recommended chemotherapy relies mostly on pentavalent antimonials or amphotericin B, pentamidine and miltefosine as alternatives.
But despite so many treatment options, "drug resistance," especially antimonial resistance, is a serious problem associated with Leishmania research.
Although antimonial drugs are offered at no cost in Paraguay, not all costs associated with treatment are included in current government policy.
Cuzzi-Maya et al., "Cutaneous scars in American tegumentary leishmaniasis patients: a site of Leishmania (Viannia) braziliensis persistence and viability eleven years after antimonial therapy and clinical cure," American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol.
Comparative pharmacokinetic study of two pentavalent antimonial used in cutaneous leishmaniasis in Venezuela.
But the list that includes Altamont also includes Abeyance, Airshaft, Alcohol, Alias, Alive, Animal Enthusiast, Antimonial Lead, Ash Bat, Audio Frequency, and Awful.
Se inicia esquema antimonial con estibogluconato de sodio a una dosis de 20 mg/Kg diarios, el cual se administraria por 20 dias, como corresponde en el tratamiento para leishmaniasis cutanea (7).
Existen bastantes publicaciones del cientifico frances recogidas en los "Anales del Real Laboratorio de Quimica de Segovia (1791-1795)", los "Experimentos hechos en la platina", en los "Anales de la Historia Natural de 1799 (tomo I)" y los "Analisis de la plata roja arsenical y antimonial", en el tomo VII de los mismos Anales.
Burchell took 'some antimonial powder' and then, unable to stay on his feet any longer, wrapped himself in blankets, which still were uncomfortably wet from the previous night's rain.