From Oxford Immunotec’s Spotlight Series on TB, a review of available diagnostic methods for detecting Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in children.
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Join Dr. Juzar Ali as he provides an update on identification, screening, and management of TB and non-tuberculosis mycobacteria (NTM) in non-HIV immune compromised patients seen specially in Rheumatology practices. Dr. Ali also discusses practical issues faced by physicians taking care of patients being treated with immune suppressive medications and biologic agents.
(run time: presentation 40m29s, Q&A session 1m17s)
Join Dr. Ruth Brignall as she reviews the immunology of SARS-CoV-2 infection and discusses how a cell-mediated immunity test could help to develop our understanding of immune responses to SARS-CoV-2 and provide additional insights into potential protective immunity against reinfection.
(run time: presentation 37m35s, Q&A session 7m45s)
Join Ana M. Alvarez, MD as she presents an update on the diagnosis of latent Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB) infection in children. Dr. Alvarez will review illustrative cases from pediatric patients, and she will discuss FAQs about TB infection in children.
At the conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:
(run time: presentation 64m46s, Q&A session 8m34s)
The Tuberculin Skin Test was developed in 1907. While it was highly effective in the US for most of the 20th century, it no longer meets the needs of the 21st century.
At the end of the presentation and discussion participants will be able to:
(run time: presentation 42m21s, Q&A session 39m9s)
Join Dr. Roy Chemaly as he discusses effective TB testing methods in the immunocompromised population. At the end of the presentation and discussion participants will be able to:
(run time: presentation 48m34s, Q&A session 12m)
In this two-part Expert video series, Dr. Ali Hassoun discusses human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and co-infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB), and highlights the importance of early testing and early treatment to control this pandemic.
Video 1: HIV and TB: Coinfection and Global Impact (run time: 11m, 13s)
Video 2: HIV and TB: Early Testing and Diagnosis (run time: 11m, 57s)
In this two-part Expert video series, Dr. Roy Chemaly answers Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about diagnosing latent TB infection (LTBI) in immunocompromised patient populations.
Video 1: Answers to FAQs: LTBI Testing Methodologies (run time: 9m, 52s)
Video 2: Answers to FAQs: Immunocompromised Patient Populations (run time: 10m, 18s)
In this two-part Expert video series, Dr. Juzar Ali discusses the T-SPOT®.TB test’s Borderline result category and its clinical utility in helping to reduce the risk of misclassifying patients whose results are around the test’s established cut-offs for Positive or Negative.
Video 1: What is the Borderline? (run time: 16m, 15s)
Video 2: Case Studies (run time: 8m, 33s)
Tuberculosis (TB), though an ancient disease, is still a major cause of death and a challenging public health problem worldwide.
The Short Takes on Tuberculosis video series features brief educational segments covering TB infection, diagnosis, and public health impact.
Video 1: Tuberculosis: Ancient Disease, 21st-Century Crisis
Video 2: Diagnosing TB: Understanding Available Diagnostic Tests
Video 3: Diagnosing TB: Understanding Important Differences in IGRA Test Design
A comprehensive overview of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in an engaging educational video from Osmosis.
To view the video, visit the Osmosis website at https://www.osmosis.org/learn/Mycobacterium_tuberculosis_(Tuberculosis).
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