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anti tb schedule 1
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hi I want kno the side effects of the first schedule ## Want to know about anti tb shedule 2 ...
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Sat, Jun 11 '16, 9:27 PM
anti tb schedule 2
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seriousli ill extra pulmonary ## Please provide the frequency of side effects with anti t b new patient. Palpitations. Belching and pressure on chest.extreme fatigue,are noted. Small weight gain. ...
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Wed, Jul 20 '16, 1:40 AM
Suggestion for taking anti tb tablets schedule 1
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I am taking anti tb tablets schedule 1 at 7pm before dinner. Is this the correct way to take it or should I take it before breakfast? Also, after taking it, does it cause itching? ...
Updated 10 months ago.
Thu, Nov 24 '16, 10:08 AM
quadtab tablet
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anti tuberculosis ## how many times do I have to take quadtab as treatment for my recurring PTB? ## This drug contains Rifampicin 150 mg, INH 75 mg, pyrazinamide 400 mg, and ethambutol HCl 275 mg. It is indicated for intensive phase treatment of all forms of pulmonary & extrapulmonary TB. Dosing schedule: "Adult ≥71 kg 5 tab, 55-70 kg 4 tab, 38-54 kg 3 tab, 30-37 kg 2 tab. To be taken once daily, for 2-mth intensive phase treatment followed by a 3-drug (rifampicin + INH + ethambutol) for ≥4 mth maintenance phase treatment." [1] Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do... References [1] ## what is the side effect of quadtab? ## i am currently taking quadtabs 4x a day 30mins before breakfast this is for 2weeks. my ptb is in... ...
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