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Venus Factor Review-Tuberculosis, a cause for concern?

Apr 13th 2014 at 11:56 PM

Drug-resistant strains of tuberculosis are a serious problem. TB bacteria strains of bacteria have developed resistance for each of the main TB drugs. There are also strains of tuberculosis that are resistant to TB drugs at least two.

This is tuberculosis MDR (TB MDR) even more deadly threat to those affected. Individuals infected with TB MDR more difficult to treat that need to be long-term treatment for up to two years. Medications needed to treat these strains can cause serious side effects.

This causes a great complete cycle full of medication prescribed by your doctor.
Certain factors increase the risk of contracting tuberculosis. In the case of an individual is exposed to the risk of HIV infection with TB. A number of factors can cause the immune system to be in a state of weakness can prevent some diseases, such as immunity, diabetes, HIV / AIDS, silicosis.

Some medications can affect the body's immune system, which includes chemotherapy drugs and corticosteroids. I have been associated with an increased risk of contracting tuberculosis revitalized using arthritis drugs.

Individuals close to the TB patients at increased risk for infection; Individuals in the areas of high rates of tuberculosis (Asia, Africa, and Latin America, and the former Soviet Union) increase the risk of tuberculosis. Some races (Hispanics, and American Indians, Asian Americans, African-Americans) in the United States are at risk of contracting tuberculosis.

What are the other factors may increase the risk of tuberculosis? Older adults at increased risk for developing tuberculosis because of weakened immune system. Individuals who are suffering from malnutrition, lack of adequate medical care, or who suffer from long-term are drug or alcohol abuse at an increased risk of tuberculosis.

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