The Safety of Artemisinin Derivatives for the Treatment of Malaria in the 2nd or 3rd Trimester of Pregnancy: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
*McGready 2001 reported multiple types of artemisinin exposures that were combined for this analysis and reported as ACTs (12). ^McGready 1999 MQ or Q exposures include patients given MQ, Q, or both (33). ART: artesunate, AS-MQ: artesunate mefloquine, AL: artemether-lumefantrine, DP: dihydroartemisinin-piperaquine, AAP: artesunate atovaquone proguanil, AS-SP: artesunate sulfadoxine pyrimethamine, AS-AQ: artesunate-amodiaquine, Q: quinine, Q+C: quinine+clindamycin, SP: sulfadoxine pyrimethamine, AQ: amodiaquine, SP+CQ: sulfadoxine pyrimethamine chloroquine, MQ: mefloquine, SP-AZM: sulfadoxine pyrimethamine azithromycin, CD: chlorproguanal-dapsone, IPT: intermittent preventative treatment, RCT: randomized controlled trial, ACT: artemisinin combination therapy, No exp. No exposure to antimalarials.