Treatment of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
- 16 pages
- Spiral Bound
- 80# Aqueous Coating
- 4.25" x 7.25"
- Ships in 5 – 10 business days
- Key Points
- Summary of Good Practices
- Treatment Recommendations
- For the selection of an effective MDR-TB treatment regimen and duration of MDR-TB treatment
- For the selection of oral drugs for MDR-TB treatment
- For selected oral drugs previously included in regimens for the treatment of MDR-TB
- For the selection of drugs administered through injection when needed to compose an effective treatment regimen for MDR-TB
- For the use of the WHO-recommended standardized shorter-course 9–12 month regimen for MDR-TB
- For the role of surgery in the treatment of MDR-TB
- For the treatment of isoniazid-resistant TB
- For the management of contacts to patients with MDR-TB
- Summary of Recommendations on Drugs for Use in a Treatment Regimen for Patients with MDR-TB, Including Strength of Recommendation, Certainty in the Evidence and Relative Effects on Death and Treatment Success
- Clinical Strategy to Build an Individualized Treatment Regimen for MDR-TB
- Doses of Drugs for Treatment of Adults and Children with MDR-TB
- Select Antiretroviral and Non–rifamycin-based Anti-tuberculosis Drug Overlapping Toxicities and Potential Adverse Drug-drug Interactions
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