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Buy Albendazole oral suspension online is a medication used for the treatment of a variety of parasitic worm infestations.
It is useful for giardiasis, trichuriasis, filariasis, neurocysticercosis, hydatid disease, pinworm disease, and ascariasis, among others.
What is Albendazole?
Albendazole is an anthelmintic (an-thel-MIN-tik) or anti-worm medication.
It prevents newly hatched insect larvae (worms) from growing or multiplying in your body.
Albendazole is used to treat certain infections caused by worms such as pork tapeworm and dog tapeworm.
Method of Preparation: Buy Albendazole oral suspension online
Calculate the quantity of each ingredient for the amount to be prepared.
Accurately weigh/measure each ingredient. Heat »20 mL purified water to 90°C and add the sodium benzoate; allow to cool to 40°C.
In a separate container, add the citric acid to a small portion of the purified water.
Combine the two solutions. Separately, disperse the xanthan gum in ~40 mL purified water at 65°C, allow to hydrate, then cool to room temperature. Combine the solutions.
Add the potassium sorbate and sucrose; mix well. Separately, mix the albendazole with the polysorbate 80 and sorbitol; add to the solution.
Add the simethicone, flavor (a mixture of orange and vanilla has been used), and sufficient purified water to volume; mix well.
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Albendazole is an effective treatment for:
– Cestodes (tapeworms), as an alternative to praziquantel or niclosamide for adult beef tapeworms (Taenia saginata) and as an alternative to praziquantel for pork tapeworms (T. solium).
It is also given for infections by T. crassiceps. Though praziquantel is often better at treating tapeworm infections, albendazole is used more often in endemic countries due to being cheaper and having a broader spectrum.
– Cysticercosis (especially neurocysticercosis), which is caused by the larval form of the pork tapeworm (i.e. albendazole is the drug of choice for larval pork tapeworms, but not adult pork tapeworms).
Old cysts are not affected.
– Hydatic disease (aka echinococcosis) of the liver, lung, and peritoneum (caused by the larval form of the dog tapeworm, Echinococcus granulosus) or of the alveoli (caused by E. multilocularis) when surgical excision is not possible.
Some suggest that alveolar and cystic echinococcosis require lifelong treatment with albendazole, which only prevents the parasites from growing and reproducing rather than killing them outrigh.
– Ascariasis, which can be cured with a single dose of albendazole.
– Baylisascariasis, caused by the raccoon roundworm. Corticosteroids are sometimes added in cases of eye and CNS infections.
– Enterobiasis (pinworm infection)
– Filariasis; since albendazole’s disintegration of the microfilarie (“pre-larva”) can cause an allergic reaction, antihistamines or corticosteroids are sometimes added to treatment.
The most common side effects by albendazole are, experienced by over 10% of people, headache and abnormal liver function.
Elevation of liver enzymes occur in 16% of patients receiving treatment specifically for hydatid disease and goes away when treatment ends.
The liver enzymes normally increase to two to four times the normal levels (a mild to moderate increase).
An estimated 1–10% of people experience abdominal pain, nausea or vomiting, dizziness or vertigo, increased intracranial pressure, meningeal signs, temporary hair loss, and fever.
The headache, nausea, and vomiting are thought to be caused by the sudden destruction of cysticerci (tapeworm larvae), which causes acute inflammation.
Fewer than 1% of people get hypersensitivity reactions (such as rashes and hives), leukopenias (drop in white blood cell levels) such as agranulocytosis and granulocytopenia, thrombocytopenia (reduced platelet count), pancytopenia (drop in white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets), hepatitis, acute liver failure, and acute kidney injury, irreversible bone marrow suppression, and aplastic anemia.
Side effects can be different when treating for hydatid disease versus neurocysticercosis; for example, those being treated for the former are more likely to experience elevated liver enzymes and abdominal pain; those being treated for the latter are more likely to experience headache.
Treating hydatid disease can also unmask undiagnosed.
People receiving albendazole for the treatment of neurocysticercosis can have neurological side effects such as seizures, increased intracranial pressure, and focal signs caused by the inflammatory reaction that occurs when parasites in the brain are killed.
Steroids and anticonvulsants are often given with albendazole when treating is to avoid these effects.
Those being treated for retinal neurocysticercosis can face retinal damage if they are not first checked for ocular cysticeri; since changes to existing lesions in the eye by albendazole can cause permanent blindness.