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health programmes in india-- essential medicines and counterfeit medicines

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Case finding in RNTCP is based on which of the following? Manto...

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given to the direct smear examination of the sputum. The sputum is collected from those patients who visit the hospital and health centres with the following symptoms: ?

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2013-07-03 00:01:57
Case finding RNTCP based following Mantoux test PCRX- ray chestSputum cultureSputum microscopy According toguidelinesRNTCPfirst diagnostic importance given todirect smear examination ofsputumsputum collected from those patients who visithospital and health centres withfollowing symptoms: Persistent coughabout weeks duration Continuous fever Chest pain Hemoptysis Ref: Park’s TextbookPreventive and Social Medicine 19th edition; pages 154 155; 352 357; http://wwwtbcindianicin/pdfs/RNTCP%20TB%20India%202011pdf
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