Document detail

Partners in Health, World Health Organization (2009)   C_WHO

Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) and extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB) increasingly occur in resource-constrained settings. In the context of a national response to MDR- and XDR-TB, health workers in TB clinics (in district hospitals and some accredited health centres) will need to diagnose MDR-TB, initiate second-line anti-TB drugs, and monitor MDRTB treatment. Management of MDR-TB: a field guide was created to help health workers carry out these tasks. It is a job aid that medical officers and TB nurses are meant use frequently during the day for quick reference. This module is closely related to other clinical guideline modules in the Integrated Management of Adolescent and Adult Illness (IMAI) series. In particular, the approach to chronic disease management is taken from General principles of good chronic care in the IMAI series.

ART,  Family planning,  MDR-TB,  Multi-drugresistant Tuberculosis/MDR-TB,  Multidrug resistant tuberculosis,  pharmacotherapy,