These 42 Anti-malaria Drugs Have Been Banned in Nigeria

The Nigerian Senate has made a list of 42 anti-malaria drugs that have been banned in Europe but are still being sold by some pharmacies and hospitals in Nigeria. Please avoid them at all cost and go for their alternatives instead.

Here’s the List

Alaxin 60mg tablet (dihydroartémisinine)B/8;

Alaxin oral suspension (dihydroartémisinine) FL/80ml;

Amodiaquine 200mg compressed B/1000;

Amodiaquine 200mg compressed B/1000;

Arinate 100mg tablet (artésunate) B/6;

Arinate 50mg tablet (artésunate) B/6;

Arsumax 50mg tablet (artésunate) B/12;

Artemax 60mg tablet (dihydroartémisinine) B/8;

Artémédine 40mg capsule (artemether) B/12;

Artémédine 50mg tablet (artemether) B/12;

Artenam 50mg tablet (artemether) B/14.

Artenam 60mg tablet (artemether) B/8;

Artésiane 300mg child powder oral suspension (artemether) FL/38g;

Artésunate 100mg compressed B/120;

Artésunate 50mg tablet B/120;

Artexin 60mg tablet (dihydroartémisinine) B/8;

Camoquin 200mg tablet (amodiaquine) B/9;

Camoquin 200mg tablet (amodiaquine) B/25 blisters.”

Camoquin 200mg tablet (amodiaquine) B/55 blisters;

Camoquin 200mg tablet (amodiquine) B/24;

Camoquin 600 mg tablet (amodiaquine) B/3;

Camoquin oral suspension 50mg/ 5ml (amodiaquine) FL/60ml;

Cotecxin oral suspension (dihydroartémisinine) FL/80ml;

Cotecxin 60mg tablet (dihydroartémisinine) B/8;

Daraprim tablet (pyriméthamine) B/30; and Falcinil 50mg tablet (artésunate) B/12.

Falcinil 50mg tablet (artésunate) B/12.

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