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Development and evaluation of an oral fixed–dose triple combination dosage form for artesunate, dapsone and proguanil
(North-West University, 2011)
Malaria is a life–threatening disease caused by Plasmodium spp and causes over one million deaths annually. The complex life cycle of the malaria parasite offers several points of attack for the antimalarial drugs. The ...
Preclinical evaluation of the possible enhancement of the efficacy of anti-malarial drugs by pheroid technology
(North-West University, 2007)
Malaria is currently one of the most imperative parasitic diseases of the developing world. Current effective treatment options are limited because of increasing drug resistance, treatment cost effectiveness and treatment ...
Efficacy enhancement of the antimalarial drugs, mefloquine and artesunate, with PheroidTM technology
(North-West University, 2010)
Malaria is currently one of the most imperative parasitic diseases in developing countries. Artesunate has a short half-life, low aqueous solubility and resultant poor and erratic absorption upon oral administration, which ...
Development and evaluation of a solid oral dosage form for an artesunate and mefloquine drug combination
Malaria affects about forty percent of the world’s population. Annually more than 1.5 million fatalities due to malaria occur and parasite resistance to existing antimalarial drugs such as mefloquine has already reached ...