Arthrochin review

Malaria is a worldwide health problem. Arthrochin is a 4-aminoquiline medication that has long been used to prevent malaria from causing any more damage in the body. It is also sometimes used for autoimmune disorder treatment. Rheumatoid arthritis and lupus erythematosus are often aided by Arthrochin.

Aside from treating malaria, Arthrochin has also been found -- through numerous clinical trials -- as a potential antiviral medication, which can be used against Human immunodeficiency virus/AIDS, other viral infections, and even cancer. Widespread resistance of the parasite causing malaria to Arthrochin has been found in many areas around the world. In these areas, a different antimalarial medication is advisable.

Before taking Arthrochin, you must first consult your doctor. Proper diagnosis will allow for an accurate prescription. There are also some factors that require a doctor's supervision. A patient's condition is case sensitive. Your medical history must be discussed thoroughly with your doctor so that proper administration of Arthrochin is achieved. Discuss with your doctor any allergies you have to any ingredient that might be present in Arthrochin to avoid serious allergic reactions. Your kidney and liver health are also important to consider. Since medicines pass through these two important organs, their health matters. If you are found to have a liver or kidney disorder, your doctor will make a dose adjustment.

Like any other medicine, Arthrochin comes with some side effects. The common side effects of the medication include headache, blurred vision, stomachache, and itching. When administered for an extended period of time, say a month or so, and in high doses, Arthrochin may cause mood swings. Chronic use may cause toxicity in the eye. Observe the correct dosing schedule for Arthrochin. The medication is absorbed rapidly and just doubling the dose can be fatal.

Arthrochin comes in tablet form and must be administered properly. Never take less or more than the doctor's recommended dose. If you experience any serious bouts with the common side effects of taking the medication, call your doctor immediately. Keep a record of your appointments with your doctor. You will need those in case Arthrochin acts differently. Regular consultation with your doctor through the duration of the treatment is advised. Arthrochin is a strong medication that has a very high volume of distribution. Its use must be closely monitored.

Store Arthrochin at room temperature and keep it away from children's reach. Avoid exposing it to heat or moisture as those can affect the efficiency of the medication. Use your Arthrochin prescription only for your current condition. Do not share the medicine with others or use it for another condition apart from which it was indicated for. Arthrochin is an amazing treatment medication. If you use it properly, you will surely benefit from most of its healing powers.

Arthrochin has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of arthrochin

• Molecular formula of arthrochin is C18H26ClN3
• Chemical IUPAC Name is N'-(7-chloroquinolin-4-yl)-N,N-diethyl-pentane-1,4-diamine
• Molecular weight is 319.872 g/mol
Arthrochin available : 250mg tablets, 500mg tablets

Generic name: Chloroquine

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