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What precautions and medicines should be given to patients suffering from TB in their late fifties ?

what is TB disease solution for week elders age of 45-50 years what cares should be adopt for tb initial stage and what medicine should be give to the patient of 45 years my mom is of 45 years and he has much pain in his legs he cannot eat medicines of high potency what medicine should be give to her which cannot be affect on his lungs and stomech kindly answer me
Asked On : Mon, 27 Jun 2011
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Hi, Khwaja Maqsood,
Thanks for query,
You have not mentioned of which organ is having Tb?
Now a days there is stranded treatment is scheduled for this disease and it is very effective.
if taken regularly there is 100% cure.
if some problem with medicines they change the combination of the drugs.
Few drugs may have some untoward side effects on kidney or liver then they make changes in the drug and dosage.
ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 27 Jun 2011
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