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This guide details the latest WHO recommendations, TB diagnostic tools, and how these diagnostic tools should be used in country programs. The guide also provides activists with the information needed to advocate for access to TB diagnostic testing.

Health Professionals International Agencies Policy Makers
2020
This webinar is the continuation of the Pediatric TB Radiology webinar Part 1 from May 2017. The webinar provides information on pediatric case diagnosis and follow up. There is also a focus on reading chest x-rays. The training was developed for physicians, nurses, and other licensed health professionals who diagnose and treat individuals with TB.
Health Professionals
2018
This 75-minute webinar was created for physicians, nurses, and other health professionals who diagnose and treat patients with TB. The training focused on the diagnosis and follow-up of pediatric cases along with reading of the chest x-rays.
Health Professionals
2017

This resource is designed to help facilitate a training of The Union's "Online Childhood TB Training for Healthcare Workers course" (https://childhoodtb.theunion.org). Included in the training package are a facilitator's guide, sample course agenda, a participant workbook, and a sample evaluation form...

Health Professionals
2017
This document provides recommendations on the use chest radiography in TB detection. Specifically, the document provides information on chest radiography as a triage tool, diagnostic aid, and a screening tool. Additionally, quality assurance, safety, strategic planning, and technological developments are discussed.
Health Professionals
2016
These brief, interactive self-study case studies allow you to practice locating areas of radiographic abnormalities using real-life clinical scenarios.
Health Professionals
2014
This website is an open-access resource library of radiographic images of tuberculosis. Individuals may use these images to gain an appreciation for the broad spectrum of radiographic manifestations of tuberculosis. The images are free to download and share for non-commercial educational purposes. To contribute radiographs and help grow this site, submit images to the editors at CurryTBcenter@ucsf...
Health Professionals
2014
This fact sheet illustrates the timeline for various treatment regimens and monitoring techniques for persons with TB. It includes a timeline for drug regimens, providers, visits, sputum specimens, chest X-rays, and baseline and follow-up test.
Health Professionals
2012

This book for clinicians shows and describes examples of radiographic abnormalities common in pediatric tuberculosis, emphasizing pulmonary, lymphatic and meningeal disease. The utility of CT scan and MRI in pediatric TB are also discussed. Radiographs and case studies are used as illustrations throughout the book...

Health Professionals
2012
A 90-minute webinar about the basics of reading radiographs to diagnose TB disease. Intended for physicians and nurses who diagnose TB.
Health Professionals
2012
This manual gives guidance for the x-ray reading in TB Suspects and provides a useful tool for better diagnosing of smear-negative TB in adult TB suspects.
Health Professionals International Agencies
2010
This handbook presents fundamentals of chest radiography and simple ways to assess the quality of chest radiographs. The goal of this handbook is that by providing this information, quality assurance for chest radiography can be conducted in resource constrained settings.
Health Professionals International Agencies Managers and Supervisors
2008
This manual provides information on how to read a chest radiograph, radiographic manifestations of TB and presents case studies. The manual also has questions and answers at the end of each chapter to help the reader assess their understanding of the material. Continuing education credits are available.
Health Professionals
2006
Using a self-study format, this publication presents the physical principles of plain chest radiography, enabling clinicians to 1) understand how chest radiographs are created and why normal anatomy and pathology may or may not be visualized using radiographs; 2) gather information from the radiograph; and 3) read and interpret chest radiographs for the presence of TB disease using standard terminology.
Health Professionals
2006
This card in English and Hmong provides a place for health professionals to record tuberculin skin test results, QFT result, chest x-ray date, TB status, the medical treatment being administered, and contact information for the service provider. The card is given to the patient to serve as a permanent record of TB status.
Persons With LTBI
2005