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Hingamin

Hingamin (Chingaminum; synonym: delagil, rezokhin, chloroquine, Artrochin; list B ) is an antimalarial drug. The drug also causes an inhibitory effect on the synthesis of nucleic acids , immunological processes, inhibits the activity of some enzymes . Apply hingamin for the treatment of various forms of malaria, collagenosis, scleroderma , systemic lupus erythematosus, infectious nonspecific polyarthritis. Assign inside 0.25-0.5 g 1-2 times a day or intramuscularly in a dose of 10 ml of a 5% solution. Higher doses by mouth: single - 0.5 g, daily - 1.5 g. With prolonged use of hingamin, dermatitis, dizziness, headache, nausea , tinnitus , accommodation disturbance are possible. Large doses can cause damage to the liver, myocardial dystrophy, graying hair . Chingamin is contraindicated in severe heart damage, diffuse liver damage, and abnormal liver function. Method of production: tablets of 0.25 g and 5% solution in 5 ml ampoules. Keep in a dark place. See also Antimalarials .

Hingamin (Chingaminum; synonym: chloroquine, resokhin; list B) - antimalarial drug; diphosphate 7-chloro-4 (4'-diethylamino-methylbutylamino) quinoline. Apply to relieve attacks of malaria (prescribed for 3 days), with liver amebiasis (within 2-4 weeks). Daily doses of 0.25-1.5 g for 2-3 doses. For lupus erythematosus, photodermatosis and nonspecific infectious polyarthritis, hingamin is prescribed for a long time, for 3 months or more, at 0.25 - 0.5 g per day. With prolonged use of hingamin possible side effects and complications: dermatitis, graying hair, corneal lesions, accommodation disturbances, liver damage and myocardium. Chingamin is contraindicated in myocarditis, diffuse liver damage, renal failure. Method of production: powder and tablets of 0.25 g and 5 ml ampoules of 5% solution. See also Antimalarials.