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TB Medications


Isoniazid (INH) 4 NI NI: Take on empty stomach - 1-2 hours after meal NI: Avoid Antacids (↓ absorption) NI: Take w/ B complex Vitamin NE: Monitor Liver function tests
Isoniazid (INH) 3 SE SE: Peripheral Neuritis SE: Hepatotoxicity SE: ↑ Phenytoin in blood
Rifampin (RIF) 3 NI NI: Teach client to expect red-orange discoloration of bodily fluids NI: Avoid use of oral contraceptives NI: Monitor CBC, liver function tests and renal status
Rifampin (RIF) 3 SE SE: Hepatotoxicity SE: ↓ effectiveness of oral contraceptives SE: ↑ blood levels and therapeutic effects of anti-HIV drugs
Pyrazinamide (PZA) 3 NI NI: Assess Hx of GOUT - increase fluid intake NI: Wear protective clothing in sunlight NI: Monitor liver function tests
Pyrazinamide (PZA) 3 SE SE: Hepatotoxicity/ Photosensitivity SE: Elevates urine acid symptom of GOUT pain SE: Contraindicated during pregnancy
Ethambutol (EMB) 2 NI NI: Teach /report changes in vision NI: Baseline vision screening
Ethambutol (EMB) 2 SE SE: Optic Neuritis SE: Elevates uric acid
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