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Volume 16, Number 10—October 2010

Research

Therapeutic Drug Monitoring for Slow Response to Tuberculosis Treatment in a State Control Program, Virginia, USA

Scott K. HeysellComments to Author , 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)

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Results in patients with initial serum concentrations 2 h after medication below the expected range with follow-up levels after dose adjustment for rifampin daily or biweekly (A), isoniazid daily (B), and isoniazid biweekly (C). The median initial and follow-up doses of rifampin daily or biweekly were 600 mg and 900 mg, respectively; for isoniazid daily, 300 mg and 450 mg, respectively; and for isoniazid biweekly, 900 mg and 1,200 mg, respectively. Brackets represent expected ranges for each dos

Figure 2. Results in patients with initial serum concentrations 2 h after medication below the expected range with follow-up levels after dose adjustment for rifampin daily or biweekly (A), isoniazid daily (B), and isoniazid biweekly (C). The median initial and follow-up doses of rifampin daily or biweekly were 600 mg and 900 mg, respectively; for isoniazid daily, 300 mg and 450 mg, respectively; and for isoniazid biweekly, 900 mg and 1,200 mg, respectively. Brackets represent expected ranges for each dose of medication.

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