Effect of Zinc and Vitamin a Supplementation along with Inter-tubercular Treatment in Pulmonary Tuberculosis in North Indian Patients

@inproceedings{Ginawi2013EffectOZ,
  title={Effect of Zinc and Vitamin a Supplementation along with Inter-tubercular Treatment in Pulmonary Tuberculosis in North Indian Patients},
  author={Ibrahim Abdelmajeed Ginawi and Mohammed Qumani Ahmed and Irfan M. Ahmad and Awdah Masoud Al-hazimi},
  year={2013}
}
Tuberculosis is the major public health problem in throughout the world caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Result indicates that micronutrient deficiency is common in patients with tuberculosis. As per in this study patients with newly diagnosed tuberculosis patients were divided into four groups. One group (n=41) received a placebo, second group (n=47) received 5000 IU vitamin A as retinyl acetate, third group (n=49) received 15 mg zinc as zinc sulphate and fourth group (n=41) received both… CONTINUE READING

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