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Assessment of oxidative stress in serum of pulmonary tuberculosis patients
International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences
Tuberculosis (TB) remains a human health issue and often deadly infectious disease in low-middle income nations. In TB, oxidative stress is a result of tissue inflammation, poor dietary intake of micronutrients due to illness, free radical burst from activated macrophages. This study was conducted prospectively to evaluate the oxidative stress in TB. Methods: The study included 30 newly diagnosed TB positive patients and 30 healthy individuals. Pro-oxidant markers like the thiobarbituric aciddoi:10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20162288 fatcat:fw5cyl3y6vhozjww67se7fuhji