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Although, CQ has been withdrawn to be treatment for Pv infection (Valecha et al; 2009 ) still first line treatment for the Pv case across the country; it was detected in the blood of 27 (9.3%) patients in our study at a mean concentration of 147 ng/ml. Hodel et al., 2010 also reported the residual plasma concentration of CQ, MQ and QN before initiating the antimalarials treatment in patients (Hodel et al., 2010). This might be due to easy availability of CQ in the private clinics and pharmacy shops or due to its wide use in the treatment for a previous episode of Pv malaria. Previous study from our laboratory has reported that CQ is the most common antimalarial sold across the counter with high frequency of prescription in public as well as private health facilities as compared to other antimalarials (Mishra et at. 2011) As we employed dried blood spot method for sample collection, it was not possible to detect any artemisinin compounds. Also, short half-life of artemsinin requires sophisticated techniques as well as plasma sample collection. However, the presence of residual artemisinin cannot be ruled out as high prescription rate of this antimalarial has been previously observed in the country (Mishra et at., 2011). Both MQ and QN are not recommended for uncomplicated malaria, but their residual levels were still found to be present in the patients, although in very few samples and that too at low concentrations. By detecting the presence of residual anti-malarial levels on day 0, it can concluded that this be due to; (1) Self-medication due to non-availability of reachable drug to the d>GET ANSWER