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Pediatric Tuberculosis: An Online Presentation

Pediatric Tuberculosis: An online preserntation

This 5-part video presentation (50 minutes total) provides information to strengthen the diagnostic and treatment skills of clinicians working with children with latent TB infection (LTBI) or active TB disease. This course also includes extensive additional resource materials, including provider fact sheets, instructions for families, monitoring forms, dosing tables, and algorithms.

Pediatric Tuberculosis: Resources

Pediatric Tuberculosis: Resources

Pediatric Tuberculosis: An Online Presentation also features an extensive collection of resource materials, including provider fact sheets, instructions for families, monitoring forms, dosing tables, and algorithms.

Pediatric Tuberculosis: A Guide to the Gastric Aspirate (GA) Procedure

Pediatric Tuberculosis: A Guide to the Gastric Aspirate (GA) Procedure

This is an online resource that helps clinicians determine when to use and how to conduct the Gastric Aspirate procedure. This resource includes: Step-by-step guide and a brief video demonstration.

Trainings

Pediatric TB Radiology: It's Not Black and White Part 2

Date: June 18, 2018

Pediatric radiology part 2

This 60-minute webinar presentation (followed by a 15-minute Q & A session) is the continuation of the Pediatric TB Radiology webinar Part 1 (May 2017) which focused on the diagnosis and follow-up of pediatric cases along with reading of the chest x-rays.

Pediatric TB Radiology: It's Not Black and White

Date: May 5, 2017

Pediatric radiology part 1

This webinar was created for physicians, nurses, and other health professionals who diagnose and treat patients with TB. The training focused on the diagnosis and follow-up of pediatric cases along with reading of the chest x-rays.

Pediatric Tuberculosis: The Essentials

Date: October 8, 2014

Pediatric Tuberculosis: The essentials

This 60-minute training was created for public and private clinicians and allied health personnel who work with pediatric tuberculosis.

Affiliate Materials

TB Pediatric Radiology for Clinicians 
Heartland National Tuberculosis Center

TB Pediatric Radiology for Clinicians

This book for clinicians shows and describes examples of radiographic abnormalities common in pediatric tuberculosis, emphasizing pulmonary, lymphatic and meningeal disease. The utility of CT scan and MRI in pediatric TB are also discussed. Radiographs and case studies are used as illustrations throughout the book.