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Malaria Tablets

Doxycycline, 100mg (50 capsules = £ 80)Prophylaxis of malaria, started 1–2 days before entering endemic area and continued for 4 weeks after leaving (see notes above), adult and child over 12 years, 100 mg once daily.
Atovaquone/proguanil (12 tablets = £ 90)Prophylaxis of malaria, started 1–2 days before entering endemic area and continued for 1 week after leaving, adult and child over 40 kg, 1 tablet daily
Paediatric Malarone (12 tablets = £ 120)Prophylaxis of malaria, started 1–2 days before entering endemic area and continued for 1 week after leaving, child body-weight 11–21 kg, 1 tablet once daily; body-weight 21–31 kg, 2 tablets once daily; body-weight 31–40 kg, 3 tablets once daily; body-weight over 40 kg use Malarone® (‘standard’) tablets
Proguanil (100mg) (98-tab pack = £ 80)Prophylaxis of malaria, preferably started 1 week before entering endemic area and continued for 4 weeks after leaving (see notes above), 200 mg once daily; infant up to 12 weeks body-weight under 6 kg, 25 mg once daily; 12 weeks–1 year body-weight 6–10 kg, 50 mg once daily; child 1–4 years body-weight 10–16 kg, 75 mg once daily; 4–8 years body-weight 16–25 kg, 100 mg once daily; 8–13 years, body-weight 25–45 kg, 150 mg once daily; over 13 years body-weight over 45 kg, adult dose
Lariam/Mefloquine (8 tablets = £ 90)Prophylaxis of malaria, preferably started 2½ weeks before entering endemic area and continued for 4 weeks after leaving (see notes above), adult and child body-weight over 45 kg, 250 mg once weekly; body-weight 6–16 kg, 62.5 mg once weekly; body-weight 16–25 kg, 125 mg once weekly; body-weight 25–45 kg, 187.5 mg once weekly