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It works by killing the protozoa.
Some protozoa are parasites that can cause many different kinds of infections in the body.
It works by killing bacteria and protozoa (tiny, one-celled animals).
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It is used to help the body overcome serious infections caused by fungus or protozoa.
Meglumine antimoniate is used to treat an infection called leishmaniasis (Bay sore or chiclero ulcer, espundia, kala-azar or black sickness, Oriental sore, ulcera de Bejuco, uta), which is caused by protozoa (tiny, one-celled organis...
These medicines are used to treat infections caused by protozoa (tiny, one-celled animals).
"Cyclospora is a protozoa, meaning it is a single-cell organism that we would call a parasite that can cause diarrheal illness," says […]
It is also used to treat liver infection caused by protozoa (extraintestinal amebiasis).
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