isoniazid

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    isoniazid
    laniazid

    it is also best known as laniazid

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    inh isoniazid 300mg tablet 100s
    isoniazid tablet 100mg isoniazid 100 mg tablet
    isonize tablet 100mg isoniazid 100 mg tablet
    isoniazid tablet 400mg isoniazid 400 mg tablet
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    forecox-trac film coated tablet isoniazid 75mg, rifampicin 150mg, ethambutol 275mg & pyrazinamide 400mg tablet
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    whooping cough

    What are the symptoms of whooping cough, and how do you treat it?

    By way of introduction, whooping cough (pertussis) is a serious, highly contagious bacterial infection that was a leading cause of childhood death prior to the development of an effective vaccine. Pertussis vaccine has been used for 50 years; it is the "P" in the DTP vaccine.

    The illness itself has three stages: the first stage resembles the common cold, with runny nose, sneezing, low grade fever and a mild cough. Most often, whooping cough is suspected 1-2 weeks later when the second stage begins. Typically the child then has bursts of coughing with numerous rapid coughs, often worse at night. A period of coughing may be followed by a "whoop," as the child tries to catch his/her breath, hence the name whooping cough. However, infants younger than about 6 months are unlikely to have the characteristic "whoop." Children appear quite ill during the coughing and may even turn blue. The coughing spell may be followed by vomiting. Between attacks of coughing, the child may look well. The coughing stage usually lasts for 4-6 weeks, but may last as long as 10 weeks. In the last stage, the convalescent stage, the child gradually recovers over a period of 2-3 weeks but may still have coughing with subsequent respiratory infections for many months afterwards.

    Adolescents and young adults may acquire pertussis, although they often have no whoop and may have fewer paroxysms. One should suspect the possibility of whooping cough in a person with a cough lasting for two weeks or more. Adults can transmit the infection to infants who have not completed their immunization series against pertussis.

    Complications of pertussis are not uncommon; young infants are at the highest risk of acquiring pertussis infection and of developing pertussis-associated complications. Pneumonia, convulsions and lack of oxygen to the brain during severe coughing are among the most serious complications.

    Vaccination is the most effective means of preventing whooping cough. Treatment with the antibiotic erythromycin can reduce the severity of pertussis if given early in the course. Yet because the first symptoms are so non-specific, it is rarely suspected until the second stage of illness has begun. Other treatment is aimed primarily at recognizing and treating complications. No other specific treatment exists to eliminate whooping cough.



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