Lariago-DS Tablet 5s belongs to the quinoline drug class, which is generally used to treat malaria. When people go to locations where malaria is present, Lariago-DS Tablet 5s provides some protection (prophylaxis) against malaria. Plasmodium vivax, Plasmodium ovale, and Plasmodium malariae are all resistant to it. Plasmodium falciparum is resistant to Lariago-DS Tablet 5’s. In addition, it relieves amoebiasis (intestinal diarrhea) and rheumatoid arthritis (arthritis).
Lariago-DS Tablet 5’s include ‘chloroquine,’ which kills malarial parasites such as Plasmodium and prevents the parasite from producing the harmless heme metabolite hemozoin. Malaria causes parasites by breaking the heme component of red blood cells. The parasite is harmful to Lariago-DS Tablet 5 because it hinders the breakdown of heme. It destroys the parasitic form that lives in the liver’s red blood cells.
For optimal effects, use Lariago-DS Tablet 5’s as directed by your doctor, ideally with a meal to reduce stomach discomfort and at regular intervals throughout the day. Depending on your health and the severity of the illness, the dose of Lariago-DS Tablet 5’s may vary. Before traveling to a malaria-prone location, it is suggested that you finish your treatment and take it for four weeks. Vomiting, nausea, hair loss, and itching skin are all frequent adverse effects of Lariago-DS Tablet 5. The above side effects do not have to be experienced by everyone. Consult a doctor if you experience any discomfort.
If you are allergic to chloroquine or have kidney or liver issues, please tell your doctor before beginning Lariago-DS Tablet 5’s. Lariago-DS Tablet 5 should not be taken on its own. It is safe to use Lariago-DS Tablet 5’s during pregnancy and nursing. Long-term usage of Lariago-DS Tablet 5’s may put the heart and retina of the eyes at danger, resulting in pounding heartbeats and lasting vision impairments.
Lariago-DS Tablet 5’s are used for the following purposes: Rheumatoid arthritis, Malaria, and Intestinal Amoebiasis
Treatment for Covid-19 and Coronoavirus is a secondary application, however it is not FDA authorized for this.
Lariago-DS Tablet 5 belongs to a class of drugs known as antimalarials, which are used to treat or prevent malaria. Chloroquine, which belongs to the quinoline family, is found in Lariago-DS Tablet 5. It acts by blocking the parasite from producing the harmless heme metabolite hemozoin. The parasite dies as a result of the poisonous by-products produced by haemoglobin metabolism. Lariago-DS Tablet 5’s is also used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, autoimmune illnesses such as lupus, and amoebic intestinal infections (amoebiasis).
At the start of a meal or just before, swallow the pill whole with a glass of water. Throughout the course, space the dosages equally. It should not be chewed or crushed. If you are unable to swallow the entire tablet, cut it in half and take both parts one at a time.
Store in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight.
Lariago-DS Tablet 5 Side Effects
Heart rhythm that is abnormal
nauseous (being sick)
Liver issues and a rash on the skin
Lariago-DS Tablet 5’s does not work against all malaria strains, so go to your doctor if you don’t feel Lariago-DS Tablet 5’s is working for you. This prescription has the potential to harm a person’s heart, especially if they are also taking other medications, such as the antibiotic azithromycin and anticancer drugs like tamoxifen. If a person notices rapid or hammering heartbeats, as well as acute dizziness, they should see a doctor. This drug should not be taken for an extended period of time since it may cause irreparable eye damage, which might result in visual difficulties. Heart disease, heart rhythm disorder, diabetes, stomach disorder, quinine allergy, liver or kidney disease, psoriasis, alcoholism, porphyria (a genetic enzyme disorder that affects the skin or nervous system), and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency are all contraindications to taking Lariago-DS Tablet 5. If you’re pregnant or nursing, talk to your doctor first since this drug can only be taken if it’s been recommended by a doctor.
Interactions Between Drugs
Antibiotics (ciprofloxacin, amoxicillin/clavulanate, azithromycin, celecoxib), immunosuppressants (mycophenolate mofetil), antimalarials (proguanil, primaquine, mefloquine, hydroxychloroquine), antianxiety medicine (pregabalin), anti-epileptic (levetiracetam), antacids (esomeprazole), proguan (alprazolam).
Drug-food interaction: When using Chloroquine, avoid eating grapefruit or drinking grapefruit juice since it can drastically raise the drug’s level in the blood.
People with oculotoxicity, blood disease (porphyria), heart disease (arrhythmias), bone marrow suppression, ear disorder (cytotoxicity), seizures, enzyme deficiency (G-6-PD deficiency), liver disease (hepatotoxicity), muscle disorder (myasthenia gravis), and skin disease (psoriasis) should not take Chloroquine without consulting a doctor.
Although no significant interactions between alcohol and chloroquine have been observed, drinking should be avoided when using chloroquine since it exacerbates adverse effects.
Chloroquine should be taken with caution and only if a doctor recommends it during pregnancy.
Breastfeeding is not recommended while using Chloroquine since the drug might transfer into breast milk. This medication should only be taken after consulting with a doctor.
Because chloroquine can cause blurred vision, it’s best to avoid driving or doing anything else that requires mental acuity while taking it. As a result, a patient should only take this medication after consulting with a doctor.
In healthy people, chloroquine medication is unlikely to induce liver damage, but in rare circumstances, it can cause an abrupt aggravation of porphyria. Before taking Chloroquine, a doctor’s consultation is recommended.
Chloroquine administration can impair kidney function in some people, so it’s best to talk to a doctor before taking it.
No habit formation
Advice on Diet and Lifestyle
Chloroquine should always be taken with food to avoid gastric irritation.
Malaria-induced weakness can be improved with proper nutrition.
It is critical to enable the patient to eat tiny amounts of food on a regular basis in order for them to accept the meal.
Increase your liquids and protein intake to help with weight loss caused by malaria.
For the patient to heal, he or she needs adequate rest and a mosquito-free environment.
If you’ve had a past response to chloroquine, or if you have specific eye disorders involving your retina, don’t take it. Any concerns with your eyes should be reported to your healthcare physician.
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Glossary of Diseases and Conditions
Malaria is a parasite infection produced by a protozoan called Plasmodium. It is a severe and lethal parasitic infection. Plasmodium falciparum, Plasmodium vivax, Plasmodium ovale, and Plasmodium malaria are the four parasites that may cause malaria in humans. It’s caused by female anopheles mosquito bites. Malaria parasites are introduced into the bloodstream when bitten by an infected insect (the Anopheles mosquito). After that, the parasites travel to the liver, where they proliferate in the circulation. Because the parasites reside in the liver, the patient does not feel ill during this time. The parasites then leave the liver and enter the red blood cells, where they mature. The red blood cells then break, allowing the parasites to move to another blood cell. At this stage, the parasites release dangerous compounds into the circulation, causing the patient to get unwell. Malaria causes anemia, renal failure, and jaundice as a result of excessive red blood cell death caused by plasmodium development inside them.
Chloroquine should not be used in those who are currently taking an antibiotic (azithromycin) since it can have significant side effects on the heart.
In patients who take this medicine under the supervision of a doctor, no such dangerous interaction has been observed. People on Chloroquine should visit a doctor and have frequent check-ups cyclically since some patients may have eye (retina) damage and a racing heart.
Chloroquine is used to treat rheumatic disorders (rheumatoid arthritis), autoimmune illness (lupus), and intestinal amoebiasis in addition to malaria.