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Year : 1990  |  Volume : 8  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 199-202

Adverse Reactions During Short Course Chemotherapy Under Programme (FIELD) Conditions

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V. K Padmanbhan

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A total of 1441 patients were admitted to a study containing Short Course regimen with three anti - tuberculosis drugs viz., Rifampicin, Isoniazid and Pyrazinamide over a period of four years in Pondicherry and 986 completed treatment. Fifty-nine (6%) of those who had completed treatment, complained of one or more adverse reactions with the drugs. Jaundice was reported by eight (0.8%), giddiness by 16 (1.6%) joint pains by 17 (1.77%), vomiting by six (0.3%), gastritis by six (0.6%) and skin rashes by three (0.3%). The acceptability of the drug under programe conditions is encouraging. The biochemical investigations carried out in a section of the 1441 patients are also presented and discussed.

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