Onset of pruritogenicity of chloroquine and the implication for the timing of suppressive therapy.

Abstract

The effectiveness of an antihistamine, chlorpheniramine, in suppressing chloroquine-related pruritus has been investigated in 38 patients, employing two modes of therapy. In the first treatment mode, chloroquine and chlorpheniramine were given concomitantly to the patient, and in the second treatment mode, chlorpheniramine was given 3 h after chloroquine… (More)

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