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Primary ptb, bilateral, can I shorten treatment time from 6 months to 2 months?

Posted 15 Jan 2012 by nonoy_1570 1 answer

children 6year old diagnosed in chest x-ray of primary ptb, bilateral. last nov. 28, 2011. and taking medication for tb. 500mg. rifamficin, 200mg./12mg isoniazid/pyradoxine hcl,200mg. pyrazinamide. and guafenisin.

Isoniazid - Please get the blood test if you skin test is positive!?

Posted 7 Oct 2011 by kazoooo8 2 answers

20 years ago, after my first year working in a hospital (medical records) my TB skin test turned positive. After waiting 2 weeks, they did another skin test which was also positive. I was put on INH therapy for 6 months. After 3 months, I started having nerve problems in my hands and feet. Stabbing ...

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