Explain fixed-dose combination of tuberculosis, Biology

Fixed-Dose Combinations 

A combination formulation of rifampin, isoniazid and pyrazinamide (Rifater) is approved by the FDA for the initial 2 months of daily anti-tuberculosis therapy. A combination of rifampin and isoniazid  (Rifamate)  has been available in the US since 1975. Fixed-dose combinations may be particularly useful for patients self-administering their therapy.

 

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