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Guidelines for Ltbi for Contacts of Hiv

Guidelines for Ltbi for Contacts of Hiv

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Guidelines for intensiedtuberculosis case-nding
and isoniazid preventivetherapy for people
living with HIV
in resource-constrained
settings
 
Guidelines for intensified
tuberculosis case-finding
and isoniazid preventivetherapy for people
living with HIV
in resource-constrained
settings
Department of HIV/AIDSStop TB DepartmentWorld Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
 
WHO Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data
Guidelines for intensied tuberculosis case nding and isoniazid preventive therap for people living with HIV in resource
constrained settings.1.Tuberculosis - prevention and control. 2.Tuberculosis - diagnosis. 3.HIV infections - complications. 4.Isoniazid -therapeutic use. 5.Predictive value of tests. 6.Developing countries. 7.Guidelines. I.World Health Organization. Stop TBDept. II.World Health Organization. Dept of HIV/AIDS.
ISBN 978 92 4 150070 8 (NLM classication: WF 220)
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