Antitubercular inhaled therapy: opportunities, progress and challenges.

@article{Pandey2005AntitubercularIT,
  title={Antitubercular inhaled therapy: opportunities, progress and challenges.},
  author={Rajesh Kumar Pandey and Gopal Krishan Khuller},
  journal={The Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy},
  year={2005},
  volume={55 4},
  pages={430-5}
}
Pulmonary tuberculosis remains the commonest form of this disease and the development of methods for delivering antitubercular drugs directly to the lungs via the respiratory route is a rational therapeutic goal. The obvious advantages of inhaled therapy include direct drug delivery to the diseased organ, targeting to alveolar macrophages harbouring the mycobacteria, reduced risk of systemic toxicity and improved patient compliance. Research efforts have demonstrated the feasibility of various… CONTINUE READING

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