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This pocket guide is intended to assist clinicians in managing patients with HIV and  LTBI, and drug-susceptible pulmonary TB disease. The guide includes signs and symptoms, adult dosing, dosage forms, drug-drug interactions, side effects, and patient counseling points.

Civil Surgeons Health Professionals Nurses Physicians
2023

This pocket-sized card for clinicians provides information on identifying those at risk for TB. The resource also includes content on latent TB infection testing, diagnosis, and treatment in adults. 

Civil Surgeons Health Professionals Nurses Physicians
2021

This pocket card provides information on the treatment of drug-susceptible TB disease. The pocket card is adapted from the 2016 Official American Thoracic Society, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Infectious Disease Society of America Clinical Practice Guidelines: Treatment of Drug-Susceptible Tuberculosis...

Health Professionals Nurses Physicians
2020

.This job aid can be used by healthcare workers to view dosage information for bedaquiline. The resource also provides visual information for patients. 

Health Professionals
2017

This pocket guide is intended to be a resource for physicians and other health care professionals who provide care and treatment to patients with MDR TB. The guide is a revision of The PIH Guide to the Medical Management of MDR-TB that was published in 2003.

Health Professionals
2013

This form for TB patients details the actions the patient will take to avoid spreading TB.

Persons With LTBI
2011

This information card lists possible adverse reactions and/or side effects patients may have to TB medication.

Health Professionals
2010

This information card provides information on the multiple significant drug interactions between TB medications; specifically, INH, rifampin, and other medications and the effect of the interaction. It also provides information on food interactions with TB drugs.

Health Professionals Nurses Outreach Workers Physicians
2010

This pocket guide presents information regarding body mass index (BMI) and its relationship to TB relapse. BMI tables, BMI formulas, and a definition of TB relapse are included.

Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals
2010

This pocket-size drug treatment card for clinicians provides information on the standard anti-tuberculosis therapy for active disease in children, including dosages, daily and intermittent regimens, side effects, treatment information and visual depictions of first-line medications.

Health Professionals
2009

This pocket-size drug treatment information card for clinicians provides information on the standard anti-tuberculosis therapy for active disease in adults, including dosages, daily and intermittent regimens, side effects, treatment information, and visual depictions of first-line medications.

Health Professionals
2009

This reference card includes information on the risk factors for TB infection and developing TB disease, primary evaluation of patients, determining the medical history of a TB suspect, essential anti-TB drugs (prescribed by TB services), an overview of adverse drug effects and their management, an algorithm for detecting and diagnosing pulmonary TB, and patient education and adherence.

Health Professionals International Agencies
2006

This laminated information card provides information on the revised guidelines for targeted testing and treatment for LTBI.

Health Professionals
2005

This pocket guide is intended to be a resource for physicians and other health care professionals who provide care and treatment to patients with MDR TB in DOTS-Plus projects.

Health Professionals
2003

This pocket guide provides information on the phases of partnership building.

Community Leaders Health Professionals International Agencies
2003