I mentioned isoniazid in episode 218 when we talked about tuberculosis, so if you’re interested in some exponential learning, make sure you go back and listen to that episode as well.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- How isoniazid works
- Why it’s especially useful in tuberculosis meningitis
- How isoniazid is administered and in what forms
- The most important factor when it comes to taking isoniazid
- Dietary considerations
- Signs of serious adverse effects and what to watch for
- And so much more!
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