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January 4th, 2007 by Author

In a small percent of clients, bothersome adverse effects might require temporary reduction of the preliminary dose.

When a good feedback is obtained (generally in 4 to twelve weeks), the dosage is reduced by 50 percent and also proceeded at a normal maintenance level of 200 mg to 400 milligrams (=155 mg to 310 milligrams base) daily, each dose to be taken with a dish or a glass of milk. The authors conclude that the advantages of nursing outweigh the danger of hydroxychloroquine.

Retinal damage could be avoided if vision is monitored (visual industries, color vision), dosage is kept below 6.5 mg/kg/day, the medication is ceased at the very first indicator of retinal toxicity, as well as it is not carried out to patients with significant kidney dysfunction.

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January 3rd, 2007 by Author

In adults, a preliminary dosage of 800 mg (= 620 mg base) followed by 400 milligrams (=310 mg base) in 6 to 8 hrs and also 400 mg (=310 mg base) on each of 2 consecutive days (total 2 g hydroxychloroquine sulfate or 1.55 g base).

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