Qinarsol - 300mg
|Generic For||Quinoc S|
|Generic Name||Quinine Sulphate|
Qinarsol- 100 mg (Quinine Sulfate)
Quinarsol comprises of an active component Quinine sulfate, which falls into the category of drugs known as anti protozoal agents. It is clinically approved for the treatment of malaria and prevention of night cramps in adults and elderly people. It is an antimalarial drug that treats a particular type of malaria known as falciparum malaria. This type of malaria is considered as malignant malaria, which is caused by infection a malaria parasite. The infection carried by mosquitoes those flourish in tropical and subtropical regions. An individual becomes infected after bitten by a mosquito carrying malaria. The medication has a relaxant mode of action on skeletal muscles.
The active component of the medication effectively minimizes or eliminates painful cramps which may occur as a result of renal damage or hemodialysis.
Qinarsol general information
What is Qinarsol used for?
Quinarsal has indicated alone or in combination with pyrimethamine and a sulphonamide or other medications for the treatment of falciparum malaria. It is also useful in preventing night cramps.
How does Qinarsol work?
The antiprotozoal medication works by disrupting the metabolism of the erythrocytic phase of plasmodium falciparum. It exerts its action by increasing the refractory period of skeletal muscle and increasing the distribution of calcium within muscle fibers. It also decreases the excitability of motor end plate region that results in reduced response to repetitive nerve stimulation.
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What does Qinarsol contain?
Quinarsol tablets comprise of Quinine sulfate, which works straight away; reduces symptoms that may be noticed after a period of four weeks.
What are the side, effects of Qinarsol?
- Hematological issues- blood dyscrasias, thrombocytopenia, thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura, bleeding
- Cardiovascular system disorders- heart problems
- Gastrointestinal issues- diarrhea, cramps, abdominal pain, vomiting, nausea
- Endoskeletal issues- hypoglycemia
- Dermatological issues- rash
- Miscellaneous issues- haemolytic uremic syndrome, fever, stevens-johnson syndrome, anaphylaxis, cinchonism
- Endskeletal issues- hypoglycemia
What medications interact with Qinarsol ?
- Concurrent use of drugs like procainamide, quinidine, disopyramide mefloquine, pimozide, and macrolide anti-infectives may cause arrhythmias, therefore patients should avoid the use of all these drugs.
- Avoid concurrent use of antacids that contain magnesium and aluminum
- Drugs such as ritonavir, erythromycin, ketoconazole, cimetidine, theophylline, tetracycline may increase levels, therefore avoid using these medications along with Quinarsol.
- Do not use rifabutin and rifampin during the treatment with your antimalarial medication.
- The antiprotozoal drug may increase effects of muscular blocking agents.
- Use of mefloquine may cause seizures and adverse cardiovascular issues.
- The use of acetazolamide and sodium bicarbonate is contraindicated.
- Your medicine may increase the levels of warfarin, lovastatin, Phenobarbital, phenytoin, carbamazepine, desipramine, digoxin, and simvastatin in the body.
How should Qinarsol be used?
A patient must take medication as directed and complete the full course of treatment. Take it with or after meals to minimize gastrointestinal effects. Do not take antacids during the treatment as these may decrease and delay the absorption of your antiprotozoal medication.
When should Qinarsol not be used?
- Do not use Quinarsol if you are allergic to it or other ingredients present in it.
- It is not suitable for patients with myasthenia gravis
- Discontinue the drug or nursing infant. Its uses are not recommended during lactation.
- Avoid its use in geriatric patients.
- Consider alternative therapy for pregnant women. It should not be given to pregnant women.
Use it cautiously in the following conditions:
- History of arrhythmias
- Atrial fibrillation
- Recurrent or interrupted malaria therapy
How long should Qinarsol be used?
Treatment with Quinine sulfate may be continued indefinitely as long as it is effective and as long as no unwanted effects develop. Your physician will tell you how long you need to take this medicine. Follow his/her instructions if you want to get the most out of it.
Missed dose of Qinarsol
If you missed a dose of Quinarsol mg, take it as soon you remember and go back to your regular dosing regimen. If the time to take the next dose is close enough, leave the missed dose and take the next dose on time. Do not take two doses to make up for the missed one.
How should Qinarsol be stored?
Keep the tablets in its original packet to protect from light. Store it at room temperature. Place it at a place where children cannot reach.