- CDC has released updated recommendations on the 12-dose regimen for latent tuberculosis (TB) infection that include treatment for children ages 2–11 years, treatment for persons living with HIV/AIDS, and the use of self-administered therapy.
- Shorter treatment regimens, like the 12-dose regimen, make it easier for patients to finish treatment and result in higher completion rates.
- Healthcare providers can learn more about the 12-dose regimen and share patient education materials and medication tracking tools [PDF-155KB] with their patients.
viernes, 29 de junio de 2018
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