Analysis 0f Chloroquine Phosphate by Derivative UV -Spectrophotometry

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2015-04-01
Authors
Abdel Alla,Siham Abdoun Mohammed
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University of Khartoum
Abstract
Malaria is one of the most seriousprotozoal infectious diseases in man. It is caused infection by the four species of Plasmodium. P. falciprumcauses falciprum (malignant tertian or sub tertian) malaria which is the most serious form and can be fatal in non immune individuals if not treated promptly.P. vivaxcauses vivax (benign tertian) malaria which is widespread but rarely fatal, although symptoms during the primary attack can be severe.P. malaria causes quartan malaria which is generally mild but causes fatal nephrosis. P. ovale causes ovale (ovale tertian ) malaria which is the least common type, and produces clinical features similar to P. vivax (James et al, 1989)
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236 Pages
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Malaria;Chemotherapy;Toxicity;Geometric Correlation Method;Calibration curve;HPLC;Discussion;Chloroquine Phosphate,Derivative UV -Spectrophotometry
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