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Guidelines for the Clinical Management of HIV Infection in Myanmar, 5th ed.

The Republic of the Union of Myanmar, Ministry of Health, Department of Health, National AIDS Programme, Eds.: World Health Organization (WHO), Country Office for Myanmar, (2017)


These guidelines aim to guide all health care providers in Myanmar, accommodating the situation of different settings in the context of progressive decentralization of HIV services. Notable changes from the previous edition include:
• diagnosis of HIV
• update on the initiation of ART
• new ARV drugs and regimens
• new recommendation on infant prophylaxis
• PrEP and PEP updates
• updates on co-infections and comorbidities management
It should be noted that these guidelines are meant for the operational level and are adapted and adopted in line with existing Myanmar context.
https://aidsfree.usaid.gov/sites/default/files/mmr...


Guidelines for the Management of Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR-TB) in Myanmar

The Republic of the Union of Myanmar, Ministry of Health, Department of Health, National Tuberculosis Programme, (2013)


Following the encouraging initial results of the pilot project, the Ministry of Health is committed to increasing access to MDR-TB diagnosis, treatment and care. An expansion plan for the programmatic management of drug-resistant TB has been developed and forms part of the Five Year National Strategic Plan for TB Control, 2011-2015. The long-term goals of the MDR-TB expansion plan are threefold:
1. Diagnosis of MDR-TB in all groups of patients at risk for MDR-TB
2. Diagnosis of MDR-TB in all HIV-infected TB patients
3. MDR-TB treatment for all patients diagnosed with MDR-TB under WHO-endorsed treatment protocols
http://www.searo.who.int/myanmar/areas/Guidelinesf...


Revised National Guidelines on Management of Tuberculosis in Children

The Republic of the Union of Myanmar, Ministry of Health and Sports, (2016)


National Tuberculosis Programme and Senior Paediatricians
This guideline was first developed in 2007 but further updated in 2012 and 2016 to ensure the use of the latest evidence-based international recommendations on childhood TB. The guidelines will fill the gaps in a systematic approach to TB in children and will help to achieve an internationally recommended standard of care at all levels of the health system in Myanmar.
http://www.aidsdatahub.org/sites/default/files/too...


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