TB

  1. Rifadin
    Rifampin
  2. Rifamate
    Isoniazid + Rifampin
  3. Rifater
    Isoniazid + Pyrazinamide
  4. Myambutol
    Ethambutol
  5. Part of RIPE therapy for active TB, this agent is an INDUCER
    Rifampin
  6. This agent is an INHIBITOR
    Isoniazid (INH)
  7. These two agents require renal adjustment
    Pyrazinamide and Ethambutol
  8. These two agents from RIPE should be taken on an EMPTY stomach
    Rifampin and Isoniazid
  9. Usual dose is 10 mg/kg. Max: 600mg PO daily
    Rifampin
  10. Usual dose is 5 mg/kg. Max: 300mg PO daily
    Isoniazid
  11. Side Effects: elevated LFTs, orange-red discoloration of body secretions, flu-like syndrome, positive Coombs test
    Rifampin
  12. Side Effects: elevated LFTs, DILE, peripheral neuropathy, positive Coombs test
    Isoniazid
  13. Side Effects: elevated LFTs, hyperuricemia, gout, GI upset, malaise
    Pyrazinamide
  14. Side Effects: elevated LFTs, optic neuritis (dose-related), decreased visual acuity
    Ethambutol (Myambutol)
  15. Avoid this agent from protease inhibitors (a C/I)
    Rifampin
  16. Store the oral solution of this agent at room temperature
    Isoniazid
  17. Pyridoxine 25mg PO daily is usually prescribed to decrease risk of this drug-associated peripheral neuropathy
    Isoniazid
  18. This agent is preferred for HIV+ patients, pregnant women, and children
    Isoniazid
  19. This is used as substitution for rifampin to avoid DDI with protease inhibitors
    Rifabutin
Author
ximuoi2001
ID
337326
Card Set
TB
Description
TB agents
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