Ginger for Prevention of Antituberculosis-induced Gastrointestinal Adverse Reactions Including Hepatotoxicity: A Randomized Pilot Clinical Trial.

Abstract

In this study, the potential benefits of ginger in preventing antituberculosis drug-induced gastrointestinal adverse reactions including hepatotoxicity have been evaluated in patients with tuberculosis. Patients in the ginger and placebo groups (30 patients in each group) received either 500 mg ginger (Zintoma)(®) or placebo one-half hour before each daily… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ptr.5607

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@article{Emrani2016GingerFP, title={Ginger for Prevention of Antituberculosis-induced Gastrointestinal Adverse Reactions Including Hepatotoxicity: A Randomized Pilot Clinical Trial.}, author={Zahra Emrani and Esphandiar Shojaei and Hossein Khalili}, journal={Phytotherapy research : PTR}, year={2016}, volume={30 6}, pages={1003-9} }