Isoniazid resistance is associated with delayed culture conversion during anti-tuberculosis treatment among patients with pulmonary tuberculosis

C. Chung (Daejeon, Republic of Korea), J. Kim (Daejeon, Republic of Korea), S. Jung (Daejeon, Republic of Korea), J. Lim (Daejeon, Republic of Korea), K. Lee (Cheongju, Republic of Korea), K. Shin (Cheongju, Republic of Korea), J. Park (Cheongju, Republic of Korea), J. Min (Daejeon, Republic of Korea)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Drug-resistant tuberculosis
Session: Drug-resistant tuberculosis
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 3687
Disease area: Respiratory infections

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C. Chung (Daejeon, Republic of Korea), J. Kim (Daejeon, Republic of Korea), S. Jung (Daejeon, Republic of Korea), J. Lim (Daejeon, Republic of Korea), K. Lee (Cheongju, Republic of Korea), K. Shin (Cheongju, Republic of Korea), J. Park (Cheongju, Republic of Korea), J. Min (Daejeon, Republic of Korea). Isoniazid resistance is associated with delayed culture conversion during anti-tuberculosis treatment among patients with pulmonary tuberculosis. 3687

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