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Daily and weekly injections of sodium antimony dimercaptosuccinate (TWSb) in the treatment of Schistosoma haematobium infection: With particular reference to the intensity of infection*

By P. Jordan

Abstract

With a view to developing a schedule for the ambulatory treatment of Schistosoma haematobium infection with sodium antimony dimercaptosuccinate (TWSb), a trial was conducted in Tanzania of the comparative effectiveness of daily and weekly injections of TWSb in schoolchildren. In-patients received five daily injections of 6 mg/kg, and out-patients the same total amount in five weekly injections

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