CLINICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL STUDY OF TUBERCULOSIS PATIENT ADMITTED IN JINNAH HOSPITAL, LAHORE, PAKISTAN
Bilal Haroon, Yasen Ghani, Sajjad Sarwar
Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Sargodha, Sargodha Pakistan.
Keywords: Tuberculosis, Sputum examination for bacillus, ESR.
This case study has been designed to access and discuss all the aspects through which the disease Tuberculosis can become fetal and more aggressive. A 31 years old woman in Lahore move to the doctor, unreasonable fever from three successive days, along with night sweats. She has been examined in the hospital with great care and was approved special type of tests specific for the disease. These tests included her Sputum examination for acid fast bacillus, complete blood count, ESR, Microdot or tuberculin skin tests and chest X-rays. Tuberculosis was diagnose and she was given medical prescriptions along with complete rest.
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