Chikungunya disease and chloroquine treatment

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  1. gIZO XenForo Moderator

    Chikungunya disease and chloroquine treatment

    Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U. Most of cases are expressed as a mild disease, with intense fever and arthralgias, with rare but serious complications (encephalitis, liver, cardiac or renal failures.) having required a hospitalization in an intensive care unit. A severe outbreak of Chikungunya fever has been reported at La Réunion Island (France) in 2005-2006. Chikungunya virus is an alphavirus transmitted to humans by the bite of infected mosquitoes, usually of the genus Aedes (Aedes albopictus in La Réunion).

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    It is true that chloroquine displays antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties that, in our opinion, merit testing in the clinical management of some viral diseases. However, we reported no data on chikungunya, nor did we mention this disease in our articles in The Lancet Infectious Diseases. Recent guidelines from South Korea and China report that chloroquine is an effective antiviral therapeutic treatment against Coronavirus Disease 2019. Use of chloroquine tablets is showing favorable outcomes in humans infected with Coronavirus including faster time to recovery and shorter hospital stay. The name chikungunya is derived from an African language and means "that which bends up" or "stooped walk" because of the incapacitating joint involvement that may complicate the disease. The treatment and prevention of chikungunya fever are discussed here.

    Chikungunya was proven in 246 serious cases; 101 patients had comorbidities, and 27% of confirmed cases eventually died. 273 of such serious cases (immediately life threatening condition) have been reported among the cases, in patients aged over 10 days (59% were 65 age old).

    Chikungunya disease and chloroquine treatment

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    In an open labeled pilot trial n=20 that was published 25 years ago, Brighton reported the efficacy of chloroquine phosphate 250 mg/day in the treatment of patients with chronic Chikungunya arthritis. Of the 10 patients who completed 20 weeks of therapy, Ritchie articular index and morning stiffness improved significantly. Chloroquine for the treatment of Viral infections Chloroquine was also studied in patients who got infected with the Chikungunya virus. The drug was effective in the non-human primate model but it enhanced chikungunya virus replication and delayed cellular and humoral responses. The science behind chloroquine. First developed in the 1940s, chloroquine earned FDA approval as a malaria treatment in 1949 and long stood as the go-to treatment for the disease, according to.

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    Chloroquine And Hydroxychloroquine Toxicity - Abstract. As long as patients received a dose of less than 5 mg/kg for less than 10 years, the incidence was still relatively low at 2%. However, this risk went up to 20% for those patients who had taken HCQ over 20 years. For those patients without retinopathy after 20 years of usage, the risk of developing toxicity in each subsequent year is around 4%.

    Evaluation of the paediatric dose of chloroquine in the.