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in Anthelmintics - 23 Apr, 2013
by Walter Reyes - no comments

Albendazole is poorly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract, in an unmodified form is not determined in the plasma, as rapidly converted in the liver to the primary metabolite – albendazole sulfoxide, also has anthelmintic activity. Bioavailability in Albenza is low. Admission fatty food increases the absorption and Cmax of albendazole to 5 times. Time to […]

in Anthelmintics - 15 Apr, 2013
by Walter Reyes - no comments

Pinworms are white, parasitic worms that can be in the large intestine of humans. Pinworm infection is caused by a small, thin, white roundworm called Enterobius vermicularis. Although pinworm infection can affect all people, it most commonly expanses among children, institutionalized persons, and household members of persons with pinworm infection. Pinworm infection can be treated […]