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Latent tuberculosis infection: Updated and consolidated guidelines for programmatic management
Latent tuberculosis infection: Updated and consolidated guidelines for programmatic management
Author: World Health Organization (WHO) Global TB Control

Publication Date: 2018

Country of Origin: Switzerland

Format: Online Resource

Physical Description: 78 p.: col., ill.

Language: English, French, Russian

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Abstract: These new guidelines supersede previous WHO policy documents on the management of LTBI in people living with HIV, household contacts of people with active TB, other groups at risk of developing TB, and for LTBI testing. The consolidated guidelines are expected to provide the basis and rationale for the development of national guidelines for LTBI management, adapted to the national and local epidemiology of TB, the availability of resources, the health infrastructure and other national and local determinants. The guidelines are to be used primarily in national TB and HIV control programmes, or their equivalents in ministries of health, and for other policy-makers working on TB and HIV and infectious diseases. They are also appropriate for officials in other line ministries with work in the areas of health.


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