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Spinal tuberculosis, taken AKt4, want to take MACOX instead of RCinex due to unavailability. What should be the dosage?

Dear Sir, This is Venkat From Hyderabad. I am treated for spinal tuberculosis . Doctor suggested me to use AKT 4 tablets for 3 Months. and after that RCinex 600 for 1 Year. I have completed my first course i.e. AKT 4 and now iam taking RCINEX 600 Drug (Daily 3 Tablets) From Past 10 Months. Now RCINEX 600 MG is not available in the market. Instead of this docter suggested to take MACOX 600 MG. Mu Concern is Shall i take 3 Tablets per day or 1 Tablet per Day. Please suggest. Thank You Sir, Venkat Reddy
Asked On : Sun, 3 Jun 2012
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Hi,i go throw your medical history your physician suggest you to switch over from Rcinex to Mucox 600 thats no problem that are the same things.
now if you taking 1 Rcinex and 1 pyrezinamide and 1 ethmbutol total 3 then its all right but if you taking Mucox 600 3 tab. a day then its so high level of drug.
normal dose of Rif. in active tb is 10-20 mg/kg/day or max. up to 600mg/day.
so just confirm with your physician before taking high dose medicine.
but dont stop without asking with him.
Answered: Sat, 5 Apr 2014
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