Canadian tuberculosis standards / Joint project of Tuberculosis Prevention and Control, Public Health Agency of Canada, and the Canadian Lung Association/Canadian Thoracic Society. : HP40-18/2007E-PDF
The Standards are meant to be a definitive resource on issues pertaining to tuberculosis prevention and control in Canada. In contrast to provincial/territorial guidelines, which describe how an action is to be accomplished and frame the structure of care, the Canadian (national) Tuberculosis Standards provide the foundations on which care can be based, presenting what should be done.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Public Health Agency of Canada.|
|Collaborating author||The Lung Association.|
|Title||Canadian tuberculosis standards / Joint project of Tuberculosis Prevention and Control, Public Health Agency of Canada, and the Canadian Lung Association/Canadian Thoracic Society.|
|Other language editions||[French]|
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|Publishing information||Ottawa - Ontario : Public Health Agency of Canada 2007.|
|Description||450p.graphs, references, tables, index|
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|Subject terms||Respiratory diseases, Infectious diseases|
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