Medical Dictionary

proguanil

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noun pro·guan·il \ˌprō-ˈgwän-əl\

Medical Definition of proguanil

  1. :  an antimalarial drug derived from biguanide and administered in the form of its hydrochloride C11H16ClN5·HCl—called also chloroguanide Proguanil is marketed under the trademark Malarone when used in combination with atovaquone.


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