Drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB)

Drug resistance tuberculosis is a tuberculosis infection caused by infectious bacteria that are resistant to treatment of first line anti tubercular drugs. Insufficient drug delivery is the main cause of drug resistance. Some tuberculosis infectious bacteria are also resistant to second line drugs referred as extensively drug resistant TB. Beginning of antibiotic treatment, some strains of TB bacteria produced resistance to specific drugs through genetic changes. Multi drug resistance require second line drug which are less effective and more active. 9% of MDR-TB are resistant to one of the drugs in the group comes under XDR-TB. Increase in resistance level in tuberculosis strain causes complication for public health to control tuberculosis.


  • Multi drug- resistance TB (MDR-TB)
  • Extensively drug resistance TB(XDR-TB)
  • Laboratory handling
  • Statistics of drug resistance TB
  • Drug susceptibility testing
  • Gen expert test

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