Soe Htut Aung

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Reply to Drones for medication delivery and directly observed therapy

Dec. 10, 2014
As I heard the word 'DOT', patient would be the first thing to consider...then family...and providers at the latest. In this way, patient's acceptability will be the entry point (especially when we see USAF drones when we search 'drone' in Google search). In terms of technology, I believe that it ...

Reply to Drones for medication delivery and directly observed therapy

Dec. 10, 2014
I would suggest to put a red-cross logo on drones, otherwise it may difficult to convince the patient to accept the service :)

Reply to Monitoring Infection Control status in MDR TB patients' household

July 24, 2014
Dear Edward, Dyson and all, I agree with the multifactorial strategy and effective supervised therapy. First of all, the question set has two parts: Part I: 14 objective questions (mostly to MDR TB patient and some to close contacts) Part II:. 3 Observation questions (that CHWs observe and record) Please ...

Monitoring Infection Control status in MDR TB patients' household

July 23, 2014
Hi all, Our project is currently working Community based package of services to MDR TB patients to assist National TB Program. Infection Control is part of our package of services and we are using a checklist (based on WHO guideline) as a quarterly assessment tool. We selected 10 top priority ...
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household risk factors for TB infection control MDR TB TB IC Guidelines


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