High Incidence of Treatment-Related Hypothyroidism in Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Patients

貢獻的翻譯標題: 多重抗藥性結核治療產生高發生率的甲狀腺功能低下症

黃 萬均(Wan-Chun Huang), 黃 晟維(Cheng-Wei Huang), 徐 克明(Ko-Ming Hsu), 簡 慎萱(Shen-Hsuan Chien), 余 明治(Ming-Chih Yu)

研究成果: 雜誌貢獻文章

摘要

背景:甲狀腺功能低下症是已知的多重抗藥性結核治療副作用,在過去被認為是罕見的狀況,然而最近文獻報導的發生率介於3.5到71.4%。甲狀腺功能低下症的發生被認為和丙硫異煙胺、乙硫磷酰胺及對氨基水楊酸有關,但合併這些藥物的使用是否影響甲狀腺功能低下症的發生並不清楚。本研究回顧性分析多重抗藥性結核病人產生甲狀腺功能低下症的機率以及與這些藥物的相關性。方法:本研究回顧性分析從2009年1月1日至2012年3月31日開始接受治療的50位多重抗藥性結核病人,並且這些病人都追蹤至治療完成或至少到2013年3月31日。我們收集病人的臨床特徵、共病、基礎血液檢測及甲狀腺功能、丙硫異煙胺和對氨基水楊酸的使用以及促甲狀腺激素數值進行分析。結果:50位病人中有24位(48%)發生甲狀腺功能低下症,從治療開始到檢測出甲狀腺功能低下症的中位時間及平均時間分別為151天及162天,發生甲狀腺功能低下症的病人比起沒有發生的病人明顯較年輕(p=0.045)。丙硫異煙胺及對氨基水楊酸和甲狀腺功能低下症的發生有關聯性,這兩種藥物合併使用比單純使用丙硫異煙胺有更高的發生率(odds ratio=4.385, p=0.03)。結論:甲狀腺功能低下症在接受多重抗藥性結核治療的病人中是常見的,在合併使用丙硫異煙胺和對氨基水楊酸的病人中其發生率更高。臨床人員應該留意這個可能的副作用,並且觀察相關的臨床症狀,特別是較年輕的病人及開始治療的前幾個月。我們認為,開始治療後一個月即進行促甲狀腺素的測量可能是必要的。
原文英語
頁(從 - 到)209-217
頁數9
期刊胸腔醫學
29
發行號4
出版狀態已發佈 - 2014

指紋

Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis
Hypothyroidism
Prothionamide
Aminosalicylic Acid
Incidence
Therapeutics
Drug Combinations
Thyroid Hormones
Ethionamide
Thyroid Function Tests
Hematologic Tests
Signs and Symptoms
Cohort Studies
Odds Ratio
Morbidity

Keywords

  • 多重抗藥性結核
  • 甲狀腺功能低下症
  • 丙硫異煙胺
  • 對氨基水楊酸
  • multidrug-resistant tuberculosis
  • hypothyroidism
  • prothionamide
  • p-aminosalicylic acid

引用此文

黃萬均(Wan-Chun H, 黃晟維(Cheng-Wei H, 徐克明(Ko-Ming H, 簡慎萱(Shen-Hsuan C, & 余明治(Ming-Chih Y (2014). High Incidence of Treatment-Related Hypothyroidism in Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Patients. 胸腔醫學, 29(4), 209-217.

High Incidence of Treatment-Related Hypothyroidism in Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Patients. / 黃萬均(Wan-Chun Huang); 黃晟維(Cheng-Wei Huang); 徐克明(Ko-Ming Hsu); 簡慎萱(Shen-Hsuan Chien); 余明治(Ming-Chih Yu).

於: 胸腔醫學, 卷 29, 編號 4, 2014, p. 209-217.

研究成果: 雜誌貢獻文章

黃萬均(Wan-ChunH, 黃晟維(Cheng-WeiH, 徐克明(Ko-MingH, 簡慎萱(Shen-HsuanC & 余明治(Ming-ChihY 2014, 'High Incidence of Treatment-Related Hypothyroidism in Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Patients', 胸腔醫學, 卷 29, 編號 4, 頁 209-217.
黃萬均(Wan-ChunH, 黃晟維(Cheng-WeiH, 徐克明(Ko-MingH, 簡慎萱(Shen-HsuanC, 余明治(Ming-ChihY. High Incidence of Treatment-Related Hypothyroidism in Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Patients. 胸腔醫學. 2014;29(4):209-217.
黃萬均(Wan-Chun Huang) ; 黃晟維(Cheng-Wei Huang) ; 徐克明(Ko-Ming Hsu) ; 簡慎萱(Shen-Hsuan Chien) ; 余明治(Ming-Chih Yu). / High Incidence of Treatment-Related Hypothyroidism in Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Patients. 於: 胸腔醫學. 2014 ; 卷 29, 編號 4. 頁 209-217.
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