The Use of Artemisinin Derivative Suppositories as Life-Saving Remedy for Critical Malaria Patients
This book details antimalarial suppositories proposed for emergency life-saving treatment of children and adults suffering from severe and cerebral malaria. It stresses the importance of emergency antimalarial therapy to save the lives of patients who cannot take oral antimalarial treatment in rural areas where modern, life-saving therapy is not available. It considers the use of suppositories and oral treatment for MDR malarias, the control of MDR malaria infections, drug discovery, safe delivery, and drug resistant malaria.
Dr Renu Tripathi is a Chief Scientist at the Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow, India. She has conducted several studies on malaria, and is a Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences. She is a recipient of the CSIR Technology Award for Innovation and the Young Scientist Award from INSA and ISCA.
Dr Manodeep Sen, MD, is a Professor at Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences, India. He specialises in molecular biology, laboratory medicine, and clinical research, with a particular focus on bacteriophages. He is the author of a number of articles published in both national and international journals.
G.P. Dutta obtained a PhD and a DSc from Punjab University, India, in 1961 and 1973 respectively. He edited Experimental and Clinical Amoebiasis (1989), and was the recipient of the SS Bhatnagar Prize in 1976.
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