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Antituberculosis combinations

What are Antituberculosis combinations?

Antituberculosis combinations are products with more than one drug, given simultaneously to treat tuberculosis. The different drugs have different mechanisms of action and are given together to avoid emergence of drug resistant strains of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Using medications with different mechanisms of action also targets the bacteria in different ways and makes treatment more effective.

List of Antituberculosis combinations:

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Drug Name Reviews Avg. Ratings
IsonaRif (Pro)
Generic name: isoniazid / rifampin
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Rifamate (Pro)
Generic name: isoniazid / rifampin
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Rifater (Pro)
Generic name: isoniazid / pyrazinamide / rifampin
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Medical conditions associated with antituberculosis combinations: