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Malaria Vector Control Commodities Landscape

UNITAID Secretariat, World Health Organization, Eds.: World Health Organization (WHO), (2014)

2nd edition

FAST Poster General Medical Settings

United States Agency for International Development (USAID), (2013)

This core package of materials provides a comprehensive introduction to the FAST strategy: a focused approach to stopping TB spread in congregate settings. In English, FAST stands for: Finding TB cases Actively, Separating safely, and Treating effectively. FAST focuses health care workers on the most important TB transmission control intervention: effective treatment. FAST can also be extrapolated to national policy where it serves as a framework for allocating resources to interventions that will have the greatest impact on reducing TB transmission. This core package is composed of a booklet, job aids, posters, and a button which serves as a visual reminder to staff and patients of the importance of this strategy in TB control. FAST can be implemented in both general and TB specific medical settings. For full package visit:

PIH Guide to the Medical Management of MDR-TB

USAID; TB Care; DR/TB Training Network, (2014)

This guide is a resource for physicians and other health care professionals who provide care and treatment to patients with drug-resistant tuberculosis.

Implementing Collaborative TB-HIV Activities: A Programmatic Guide

Fujiwara PI, Dlodlo RA, Ferroussier O, Nakanwagi-Mukwaya A, Cesari G, Boillot F. , Eds.: International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union), (2012)

This guide summarises The Union's experience in developing approaches to integrated TB-HIV care for adults in resource-limited settings. It is recommended for health professionals at the implementation level and national programme staff in charge of policy and practices for collaborative TB-HIV activities.

Technical update on treatment optimization: use of efavirenz during pregnancy: a public health perspective

World Health Organization, (2012)

1.HIV infections – drug therapy. 2.Anti-HIV agents – adverse effects. 3.Anti-retroviral agents. 4.Benzoxazines – adverse effects. 5.Pregnancy. 6.Disease transmission, Vertical - prevention and control. 7.Treatment outcome. I.World Health Organization

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