Therapeutic Drug Monitoring for Slow Response to Tuberculosis Treatment in a State Control Program, Virginia, USA
Scott K. Heysell , Jane L. Moore, Suzanne J. Keller, and Eric R. Houpt
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA (S.K. Heysell, E.R. Houpt); Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, Virginia, USA (J.L. Moore, S.J. Keller)
Figure 1. Results of serum concentration 2 hours after medication administration levels (C2hr) of first-line antituberculosis medications among patients with a slow response to tuberculosis therapy. Frequencies are reported for low, within target, and high C2hr levels corresponding to levels below, within, or above the expected range for each medication.
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