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Research Article - Journal of RNA and Genomics (2021) Volume 17, Issue 0

Treatment of tuberculosis by using an advance approach

Tuberculosis treatment is always a matter of concern whenever we try to approach an individual health or for the whole individual’s wellbeing. In current study states that tuberculosis is a common pulmonary disease which mainly affects lungs and in some cases affects different parts of body. It is caused by the strain of mycobacteria generally by Mycobacterium tuberculosis and is the major reason behind the death. There are two types of tuberculosis-active and latent tuberculosis. It is mainly communicated by the coughing, sneezing, and by blood transfusion from an infected individual with the normal one. The most common symptoms associated are coughing, fever, chilling, breathlessness and many more. Treatment for this is very lengthy and costly method with numerous side effects associated. The instant challenge to control tuberculosis is the development of a proper treatment method with less duration and can be efficiently used by patients. The vaccine developed BCG (Bacille Calmette-Guerin), is only effective for child. In future a proper medicine can be developed by using nano materials for the targeted delivery or can be treated by using the transdermal patches for medicine delivery.

Author(s): VK Singh, Vishal Balramnawar, Pooja Mittal, Kavita Attri

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