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TB is a bacteria which can be active and can multiple in the body with the right immune system. One cannot stop the bacteria from growing and can grow into the TB disease. People with TB can easily spread it to others as well. It is very important that people realise the intensity of the issue, which will allow them to get treated without spreading. Try to make sure that you are taking the right measures which will allow you to take the drugs are prescribed. Try to make sure that you have stopped the intake of drugs which will allow you to stay safe. The TB bacteria ever after the medications can be alive as they become more resistant to the drugs. The TB disease can easily be treated in by taking several drugs, and the treatment can last anywhere from six to nine months.
The TreatmentGenerally, there are two types of TB latent and active.
Treatment for Latent TBLatent TB, can be reactivated, which can cause a lot of infections. This is where the doctors prescribe medications which will allow you to kill the inactive bacteria. Doctors can offer these three types of medications for TB. Isoniazid: This is one of the most common medication which is given to the patient who is suffering from latent TB. Is typically taken an isoniazid antibiotics pills which is required to be taken for more than nine months. Rifampin: This is also an antibiotic which is taken for four months. This is a very common medication which is given, but it has its side effects which can be a little difficult. Combination of Isoniazid and Rifapentine: Both the medications are antibiotics which require doctors attention for at least three months.
Treatment for Active TBThis is a form of the disease which will require you to take antibiotics which can easily last for six months to one year. Some of the most commonly used medication for active TB os Ethambutol, Isoniazid, Pyrazinamide, Rifampin. These are antibiotics which is tested to help specifically kill the TB strain. Most of the time, the patients are given a course of all of the four mediation to help ensure that all the TB bacteria is killed. The combination of all of the treatment can help show result in just a few weeks of treatments. Also, it is important that you ask your doctor, your disease is contagious and the ways you can help bring the right changes.
Treatment for Drug ResistanceIf your body is showing resistance to the usual medication, you have a drug-resistant strain. This means that you will be treated with a combination of second-line drugs which can be less effective and take much longer to cure.
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Tuberculosis is a very serious illness which mainly affects the lungs. The bacteria can easily cause the TB to spread and infect a person with the act of cough or sneezing. The bacteria present in the is called Mycobacterium tuberculosis which mostly affects the lungs. These bacteria do not show any symptoms other than a cough, weight loss, night sweats and fever. TB requires diagnosis and these based on the types of TB. In this article, we are going to be the major types of Tuberculosis.
Active TBActive TB is a disease where the TB bacteria is active and is multiplying. This is one of the main reasons why the bacteria reached different organs of the body. The typical symptoms of active TB can differ from cough, phlegm, chest pains, weakness, weight loss, fever, etc. A person with Active TB can have airborne transmission, which can infect the particles in the air and spread others. When a person is diagnosed with active TB, you need to be prepared for the detailed history of every person, which will allow you to learn and have the right contact. The active form of TB can be contagious and requires people to get tested. There is a multi-drug treatment which will allow you to be treated with active TB. Depending on the state of your public health, you can be given antibiotics and kept under the supervision of the physician. There is also a high risk of failure of the procedure is not done right, which can help with a lower risk of the transmission.
Military TBMilitary TB is a rare form of the active disease which can occur TB gets into the bloodstream. This is the form of TB where the bacteria can spread around the body quickly and can make tiny nodules which can affect all of the organs. This is the form of TB, which is fatal almost instantly.
Latent TBPeople who are infected with TB do not have any diseases. There are no symptoms, and even the chest X-rays will show normal results. The only way to ensure that you have the latent TB infection is by making sure that you have the right tuberculin skin test. If you have an ongoing symptom, it can easily lead to your disease escalating into an active TB. There are many strategies of preventative medicines(Must Watch) which will allow you to have the right treatment for latent TB infection. It is important to note that Tb infections can get worse with other illnesses like HIV and other medications which can compromise the immune system. Inform your doctor about your other illness which will allow you to receive the right combination of drugs.
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Tuberculosis is still is a real concern today. Prevention is better than cure which will allow you to stay in good health rather than curing the diseases. In this article, we are going to be discussing some of the best prevention methods to help you keep away from TB.
If you have active TB, make sure that you are getting treated right away. This involves a lot of medications and treatment, which can easily last a year. Make sure that you are taking your medications right, which will allow you to take care of sick again. When your TB is not active, it is called latent TB. This is one type of TB which cannot be spread across the diseases to others. The doctors may still recommend which can take the medications to keep the germs to become more active.
How TB spreads?A person who has an active disease in their lungs can easily be spread through the air—active means when the TB is capable of multiplying and spreading in your body. Try to make sure that you do not stay in close contact with someone who has an active TB disease. Also, make sure that the people are aware and can allow the infection to no longer infect others around you.
Stop the spread of TB
Some Tips To Follow
- Take all of your medications as they are prescribed.
- Make sure that you do not miss out on any appointments.
- Cover your mouth while you cough or sneeze.
- Make sure that you wash your hands after sneezing or coughing
- Do not visit or invite people to your home.
- Stay away from any public places which include your work, school and other public places.
- Use a fan and open windows to help move around the fresh air.
- Do not use public transportation.