Multidrug resistant tuberculosis


Tatian Betakova

Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR-TB) is a type of Tuberculosis (TB) disease brought about by microorganisms that are impervious to treatment with in any event. Two of the most remarkable first-line hostile to TB prescriptions (drugs), isoniazid and rifampin. A few types of TB are likewise impervious to second-line meds, and are called widely drugsafe TB.

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