ISONIAZID WITH RIFAMPICIN: MECHANISM OF ACTION AND SIDE EFFECTS - AND MEDICATION

Isoniazid with Rifampicin: mechanism of action and side effects



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Isoniazid with rifampicin is a medicine used to treat and prevent tuberculosis and may be associated with other medicines. This remedy is available in pharmacies but can only be obtained by prescription and should be used with caution because of the contraindications and side effects it presents. How to use In all forms of pulmonary and extrapulmonary tuberculosis, except for meningitis and patients weighing more than 20 kg, the doses shown in the following table should be taken per day: Weight Isoniazid Rifampicin Capsules 21 - 35 Kg 200 mg 300 mg 1 200+ 300 capsule 36 - 45 Kg 300 mg 450 mg 1