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When working with patients who prefer to communicate in Somali, the flashcards can be used to monitor side effects and adverse reactions from TB medications. 

Non-U.S.-born persons Persons With LTBI Persons with TB
2021

This is a flipbook from the Multnomah Health Department for patients with tuberculosis (TB) disease. The flipbook has information on TB disease, testing, case management, treatment, and more.

Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Infection Control and Occupational Health Workers Managers and Supervisors Outreach Workers
2018

A fact sheet with information of collecting sputum for TB, including content on why sputum testing is necessary.

General Public Health Educators/Communicators Outreach Workers
2018

This poster is intended to encourage health care workers to advise clients that if conditions of tuberculosis (TB) symptoms last more than 2-3 weeks, to avoid group settings and see a medical provider immediately. 

Health Educators/Communicators Health Professionals Nurses Physicians
2018

A fact sheet on the TB skin test, including information on latent TB infection, TB disease, and what a positive/negative skin test means. The fact sheet also has information on testing after receiving the BCG vaccine.

Health Educators/Communicators Outreach Workers
2016

A fact sheet on latent TB infection treatment, including helpful information on how to remember to take the medicine.

Health Educators/Communicators Outreach Workers
2016

A fact sheet for individuals experiencing a TB contact investigation. This material includes information on what happens in a TB contact investigation and how to protect others from active TB disease.

General Public Health Educators/Communicators Outreach Workers
2016

The goal of these materials is to teach patients about TB infection and to motivate them to start and complete treatment if diagnosed. The materials are designed to encourage provider-patient interactions for active learning through the process of testing and treatment decisions. There are four materials in this series and it is suggested to use the materials as a continuum, as they build upon each other.

Persons With LTBI
2014

This video provides a step-by-step guide for patients on how to collect sputum at home. The video is available in 18 languages (Burmese, English, French, Hmong, Karen, Karenni, Khmer, Kunama, Lao, Mandarin Chinese, Nepali, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Tigrinya, Urdu, and Vietnamese).

General Public
2011

This fact sheet introduces the TB blood test, also called an Interferon Gamma Release Assay or IGRA.

General Public Persons With LTBI
2011

This fact sheet provides information to help prevent the spread of tuberculosis (TB) for patients who are potentially infectious.

2010

This online video explains what TB is as well as what is involved in a tuberculin skin test. It discusses what a person should do if infected with both TB and HIV.

Persons With LTBI
2006

This fact sheet gives general information about active TB disease including symptoms, complications, tests, and treatment.

Non-U.S.-born persons General Public
2005

This fact sheet gives general information about what a TB contact investigation is and why it is important.

Non-U.S.-born persons
2005

This fact sheet explains to patients the reason for a sputum test and contains step-by-step directions for giving a sample of sputum.

Non-U.S.-born persons
2004