The effect of initial drug resistance on treatment response and acquired drug resistance during standardized short-course chemotherapy for tuberculosis.

@article{Seung2004TheEO,
  title={The effect of initial drug resistance on treatment response and acquired drug resistance during standardized short-course chemotherapy for tuberculosis.},
  author={Kwonjune J. Seung and Irina E Gelmanova and Gennadiy G Peremitin and Vera T Golubchikova and Vera E Pavlova and Olga B Sirotkina and Galina V Yanova and Aivar K. Strelis},
  journal={Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America},
  year={2004},
  volume={39 9},
  pages={1321-8}
}
BACKGROUND In Tomsk Oblast, Russian Federation, during the period of 1996-2000, most previously untreated patients with tuberculosis received standardized short-course chemotherapy, irrespective of drug-susceptibility testing results. A retrospective analysis was done to determine the effect of initial drug resistance on treatment outcome and acquired drug resistance in new patients receiving standardized short-course chemotherapy. METHODS During the period of 1 November 1996 through 31… CONTINUE READING

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