Slide 014 Interventions for Tuberculosis Control and Elimination
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Isoniazid is rapidly absorbed after oral ingestion. Peak concentrations are double after fasting than after intake of a high-fat meal. Practically this is, however, probably of little significance because concentrations are well above the minimum inhibitory concentration irrespective of the type of meal.


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