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close this bookTuberculosis Control in Refugee Situations - An Inter-Agency Field Manual (World Health Organisation, 1997, 72 p.)
View the document(introduction...)
View the documentFOREWORD
View the documentEXECUTIVE SUMMARY
View the documentGLOSSARY
View the documentABBREVIATIONS
close this folder1. TUBERCULOSIS (TB)
View the document1.1 Global Burden of TB
View the document1.2 Natural History of TB
View the document1.3 TB in Refugee Situations
View the document1.4 HIV/TB
close this folder2. IMPLEMENTATION OF TB CONTROL PROGRAMMES IN REFUGE SITUATIONS
View the document(introduction...)
View the document2.1 Initiation
View the document2.2 Situation Analysis
View the document2.3 Training
View the document2.4 Local TB Protocol
View the document2.5 Supply of Drugs and Equipment
View the document2.6 Financial Management
close this folder3. MANAGEMENT OF TB IN REFUGEE SITUATIONS - ADULTS
View the document3.1 Diagnosis of TB in Adults
View the document3.2 Treatment
View the document3.3 Treatment Regimens and Treatment Categories
View the document3.4 Treatment Adherence
View the document3.5 Patient Management
View the document3.6 TB Treatment during Pregnancy
View the document4. MANAGEMENT OF TB IN REFUGEE SITUATIONS - CHILDREN
close this folder5. PREVENTION OF TB IN REFUGEE SITUATIONS
View the document5.1 Prevention
View the document5.2 Health Education
close this folder6. MONITORING OF TB CONTROL PROGRAMMES IN REFUGEE SITUATIONS
View the document6.1 Recording and Reporting
View the document6.2 Evaluation of the Patient
View the document6.3 Outcome Definitions
View the document6.4 Evaluation of the Laboratory
View the document6.5 Evaluation of TB Programme Performance
close this folder7. EVOLUTION OF TB CONTROL PROGRAMMES IN REFUGEE SITUATIONS
View the document7.1 Expansion of TB Control Programmes in Refugee Situations
View the document7.2 Maintenance Phase of a Programme
View the document7.3 Repatriation and Transfers out of the Programme
View the document7.4 Phasing Down of TB Control Programmes in Refugee Situations
close this folderAPPENDICES
View the documentAppendix 1 Responsibilities of Key Agencies
View the documentAppendix 2 Job Descriptions and Responsibilities of TB Programme Staff
View the documentAppendix 3 Adverse Effects of Anti-TB Drugs
View the documentAppendix 4 Estimating Drug Requirements
View the documentAppendix 5 Price List of Anti-TB Drugs
View the documentAppendix 6 Some Suppliers of Anti-TB Drugs
View the documentAppendix 7 Laboratory Requirements for Smear Examination
View the documentAppendix 8 Estimate the Quantity of Forms, Registers and Health Education Materials
View the documentBIBLIOGRAPHY AND RESOURCES