INH


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INH

A trademark for the drug isoniazid.
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Noun1.INH - antibacterial drug (trade name Nydrazid) used to treat tuberculosis
antibacterial, antibacterial drug, bactericide - any drug that destroys bacteria or inhibits their growth
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INH

V. isoniazid.
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Although the exact role, if any, C1 INH deficiency, C1 INH dysfunction, anti-C1 INH, and/or BK may play in patients within the autoimmune subgroups of other hypersensitivity conditions is currently unknown, there is some evidence linking them to CFS, autoimmune diseases, HT-related autoantibodies, and ANA.
Overall first-line drug resistance for INH, RIF, EMB, and SM in primary cases of tuberculosis in children, Shandong Province, China, 2006-2015.
sup][7] The assay detects mutations in the rpoB gene for RFP resistance, katG gene for INH resistance, and inhA regulatory region gene for low-level INH resistance.
Purkan (2011) have identified a katG gene of INH resistant M tuberculosis clinical isolates (L19).
Out of 120 samples, RIF showed 15 resistant and 105 susceptible, INH showed 12 resistant and 108 susceptible, EMB showed 13 resistant and 107 susceptible and STR showed 26 resistant and 94 susceptible.
There was a 48-hour delay before INH toxicity was recognised as the possible cause of her seizures; 5 g pyridoxine was then administered via an NGT, after which she experienced no further seizures.
tuberculosis activities of (-)-deoxypergularinine, INH, RIF, and SM were tested using the resazurin assay of Palomino et al.
In this way, INH resistance is frequently associated with mutations in the catalase-peroxidase enzyme (encoded by the katG gene and involved in metabolic activation of the drug), (5) and/or in the enoyl-ACP reductase gene promoter (inhA), required for mycobacterial cell wall biosynthesis.
tuberculosis, especially resistance to INH and RIF.
The commonest adverse effects were raised SGPT by rifampicin and INH followed by raised levels of uric acid by pyrazinamide.