Bemaphate review

Bemaphate is a 4-aminoquiline medication that is used to prevent malaria from causing any more damage in the patients body. It is also used to treat autoimmune disorders, rheumatoid arthritis and lupus erythematosus.

Bemaphate has also been found to be 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 Bemaphate has been found in many areas around the world. In these cases, a different antimalarial medication is recommended.

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

Common side effects of this medication include headache, blurred vision, stomachache, and itching. When taken for an extended period of time and in high dosages, Bemaphate may cause mood swings. Chronic use may cause toxicity in the eye. Observe the prescribed dosing schedule. The medication is absorbed rapidly, so doubling the dosage can be fatal.

Bemaphate comes in tablets and must be taken properly. Never take less or more than is prescribed. If you experience any serious bouts with side effects, call your physician immediately. Keep a record of your appointments. Regular consultation with your physician throughout the treatment is advised. Bemaphate is a strong medication with a very high rate of distribution and must be closely monitored.

Store Bemaphate at room temperature and keep it out of children's reach and avoid exposure to heat or moisture. Use your Bemaphate prescription only for your current condition. Do not share the medicine with others or use it for another condition. Bemaphate is an amazing medication. If you use it properly, you will benefit from its healing powers.

Bemaphate has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of bemaphate

• Molecular formula of bemaphate 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
Bemaphate available : 250mg tablets, 500mg tablets

Generic name: Chloroquine

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