Isoniazid and TB

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Isoniazid and TB

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Isoniazid (INH) is an antibiotic medicine. There are two ways that it is used:

To treat inactive latent tuberculosis (TB)
To cure active tuberculosis disease in combination with other medicines

The TB germs are very strong and are hard to get rid of. You will need to take this medicine for 6 to 12 months in order to kill all the TB bacteria. Your doctor will decide how many months you will need to take the medicine.

I have viewed many many videos to find the best information on Isonazid in an easy to understand format.
This video is easy to understand and not too long however it does move from page to page rather quickly.
I would therefore advise viewers to pause video and read each page carefully.




FOR INFORMATION ON ISONIAZID ITS SIDE EFFECTS AND ADVERSE REACTIONS SEE:What to look out for when taking TB meds



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