Post Tuberculosis Sequelae and Suggestive Intervention Management for Prevention
Keywords:tuberculosis, prevention, sequelae
Tuberculosis is major public health problems now a day. First line drugs are mostly used in drug susceptibility tuberculosis, whereas Drug resistance tuberculosis (DR-TB) are treated with combination of both second line drugs & few first line drugs. Due to longer duration using of anti-tubercular drugs having adverse drug reactions (ADRS). Minor adverse effects are quite common & they can be easily managed with symptomatic treatment. However, some adverse reactions of drugs effects like gastrointestinal toxicity, cardiotoxicity, nephro toxicity, central nerve systems toxicity are life threatening. Mostly TB patients having low immunity, malnutrition, Bronchiectasis, Bronchial fibro stenosis, lung cavitation, alternation of parenchyma, scarring of lungs & chronic liver disease are the common post sequelae of TB.
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