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Malarone Paediatric tablets are used to prevent malaria in patients under 40kg who are travelling to malaria risk countries. Buy Malarone Paediatric also known as Malarone for Children for your child's next trip.
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Absorption of atovaquone may be reduced in patients with diarrhoea or vomiting, but diarrhoea or vomiting was not associated with reduced efficacy in clinical trials of Malarone for malaria prophylaxis. However, as with other antimalarial agents, subjects with diarrhoea or vomiting should be advised to continue with malaria prevention measures by complying with personal protection measures (repellants, bed nets).
Using 62.5mg/25mg (paediatric) strength tablets Child (body-weight 11–19.9 kg) ONE tablet once daily, to be started 1–2 days before entering endemic area and continued for 1 week after leaving. Child (body-weight 20–29.9 kg) 2 tablets once daily, to be started 1–2 days before entering endemic area and continued for 1 week after leaving. Child (body-weight 30–39.9 kg) 3 tablets once daily, to be started 1–2 days before entering endemic area and continued for 1 week after leaving. The daily dose should be taken with food or a milky drink (to ensure maximum absorption) at the same time each day. If patients are unable to tolerate food, the medication should be administered, but systemic exposure of atovaquone will be reduced. In the event of vomiting within 1 hour of dosing a repeat dose should be taken.
Any drug may produce unwanted or unexpected adverse reactions. Detection and recording of these is of vital importance. Patients should be actively encouraged to report any suspected adverse reaction, particularly to black triangle medicines All side effect information is taken from relevant product SPCs as referenced in this PGD. Very Common: