Handbook on Adverse Drug Reactions in TB Treatment

By Rajendra Prasad/Nikhil Gupta

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Comprehensive well-referenced handbook, which contains a plethora of knowledge

• Defines a practical approach to every aspect of adverse drug reactions in tuberculosis treatment

• Covers all the aspects ranging from epidemiology of adverse drug reactions in new and drug-resistant patients

• Includes the case-based approach to treatment of tuberculosis, multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) and extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB) in special situations such as pregnancy, renal insufficiency and liver diseases

• Chapters are organized in a systematic way for easy understanding and for practical approach with illustrative cases

• Serves as a practical guide for undergraduate and postgraduate medical students, practitioners, program managers and healthcare workers in TB control.



There are 21 chapters in the handbook. Chapters practically cover all the aspects of adverse drug reactions in tuberculosis treatment ranging from pharmacology, interaction between anti-TB drugs with food and other drugs including antiretroviral drugs, monitoring and management of adverse drug reactions of antituberculosis drugs used in new and drug resistant cases of tuberculosis. The chapters in the book have been arranged in a systematic sequence for easy understanding and are based on practical approach with illustrative cases, blended with the most up-to-date knowledge in the field. The chapters have been written on the basis of vast and rich clinical experience gained by the author from day-to-day patient management over the last four decades.

Additional Info

Additional Info

Author Rajendra Prasad/Nikhil Gupta
ISBN 9789352701063
Publisher Jaypee
Year of Publication 2018


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