TB Drugs K2?
I have a history of TB in 2013, at that time it was cured. nHowever, the doctor’s diagnosis showed a lung infection. nFrom the hospital’s recommendation, I had to be given an injection once a week. nWhat I want to ask …? nWhat is the treatment? it is correct.
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Lung infection is a condition in which the lungs are attacked by certain microorganisms, which can be viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites. When the limbs are attacked by certain microorganisms / germs, the body will first fight back. In the pulmonary organs, some forms of resistance to infection are coughing, increased mucus, swelling of the lung channels, fever, etc. Treatment of these infections also varies, depending on the cause. If the cause is a bacterial infection, then the medicine given is an antibiotic, if the cause is a fungus then an anti-fungal drug is appropriate, and so on. The administration of these drugs can be done in various ways, depending on the type of germ, the patient's body condition, and the availability of the drug. Methods of administering drugs can be taken by mouth or injected into the body.
Whether the treatment you are taking is correct or not, it all depends on the results of the doctor's examination and the cause of your lung infection. If you want to find out more about what infection has attacked your lungs and further treatment, you can ask the doctor who is treating you directly. Routine treatment and control as recommended by a doctor, because if treatment is not regular it can result in germs becoming immune and the disease more difficult to cure.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
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