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Nursing Guide for Managing Side Effects to Drug-resistant TB Treatment
Nursing Guide for Managing Side Effects to Drug-resistant TB Treatment
Author: Curry International TB Center

Publication Date: 2018

Country of Origin: United States

Format: Online Resource

Physical Description: 98 p.: col., ill.

Language: English

How to Access this Material:
HTML: http://www.currytbcenter.ucsf.edu/product
s/nursing-guide-managing-side-effects-drug-resistant-tb-treatment
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PDF: http://www.currytbcenter.ucsf.edu/sites/default/files/citc_n
ursingguide_english_v7_web_spreads.pdf
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Abstract: The guide, based on nursing and drug-resistant TB literature, establishes best practice nursing assessment and intervention guidance. The content was created to act as a reference and job aid for nurses to: 1.Identify symptoms that may indicate a side effect related to DR-TB treatment or antiretroviral medication; 2.Assess for severity as well as other potential contributors; and 3.Intervene appropriately in order to minimize patient discomfort, reduce side effect progression, and ultimately support successful treatment completion.

The information has been field tested by over 200 nurses in 11 countries.

 

Publisher:
Curry International TB Center
300 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza
Suite 520
Oakland, CA 94612-2037
Main Phone: (510) 238-5100
http://www.currytbcenter.ucsf.edu external site


Audience(s):
Health Professionals, Nurses

Topic:
Managed Care, Treatment, Treatment- Adverse Reactions, Treatment- Patient Adherence, Treatment- TB Disease

Notes
Nursing Guide for Managing Side Effects to Drug-resistant TB Treatment is a collaborative project between the Curry International TB Center and the International Council of Nurses.

 


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