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Banda (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Aug 30 (ANI): The Uttar Pradesh government authorities on Thursday denied reports that expired albendazole tablets were administered to students at a government-run school in Banda.
The second school received a similar serving of plain porridge without the pawpaw ingredient (control group) and the third school received plain porridge and the conventional MDA approach of one time 400 mg dosage of albendazole (albendazole arm).
We, in (the company), remain committed to playing our part with the global donation of albendazole for as long as it is needed to replicate this success throughout the remaining eight endemic provinces, freeing Filipino communities from the burden of LF,"GSK Philippines General Manager Sriram Jambunathan said.
algerae infection requires minimizing immunosuppression, avoiding complications such as aspiration pneumonia, and starting treatment based on albendazole (2).
Amilasan maintained that albendazole, which is being administered with a single dose of 400 milligrams, and mebendazole, which comes in 500 mg dispensation were both safe.
A thorough literature survey reveals that there were few analytical methods for estimation of albendazole, with other anthelmintic agents in various samples depending on the study employed.
Efficacy of albendazole against Taeniamulticeps larvae in experimentally infected goats.
In the present study, the proportion of children who have taken Albendazole at least once was 70.4%.
Patients D and E received diagnoses of laboratory-confirmed and probable trichinellosis, respectively, and were treated with albendazole; patient E also received prednisone.
The adequate quantity of DEC and albendazole tablets was supplied to each PHC in time and was distributed to all health workers and ASHA workers.
Treatment options include surgical draining of the cyst, peeling of the germinative membrane, and, for inoperable patients, albendazole treatment [1].
A 3 weeks treatment protocol with 400 mg albendazole twice daily was started, while RHEZ, clindamycin and penicillin G were discontinued.