antitubercular


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antitubercular

(ˌæntɪtjuːˈbɜːkjʊlə) or

antituberculous

adj
acting against tuberculosis
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A facile synthesis, antibacterial, and antitubercular studies of some piperidin-4-one and tetrahydropyridine derivatives.
She completed her course of antitubercular medication and remained asymptomatic in the intervening period (around 10 months).
Table 8 Distribution of the patients by antitubercular treatment response within 3 months (N=30)
As a scaffold that mimics a range of natural moieties, isoxazolines exhibit potential antibacterial, antitubercular, and a host of other properties.
The feasible positions for the substitution group at the C-2 position exhibit various pharmacological properties such as antitubercular (Sarkar et al.
Surgical appendectomy followed by antitubercular therapy (ATT) is the treatment of choice.
Mycobacterium tuberculosis grew in cultures 5 weeks later (figure 4) and was susceptible to all tested antitubercular drugs.
A specialist in the development and production of antitubercular, antineoplastic, antiretroviral medicines and hospital antibiotics, Pharmasyntez has a product range of 115 products comprising dosage forms such as tablets, capsules, granules, infusion solutions, sterile powders, and injectables.
Medical treatment of liver abscess may require ATT for 1 year as thick fibrous tissue around the abscess may prevent antitubercular drugs to reach the target.
KEYWORDS: Antitubercular agents, Mycobacterium infection, Interstitial lung diseases.
tuberculosis), no beneficial result ensued; however, when it was used in combination with rifampicin, the inhibitory effect of the antitubercular was increased several fold (9).