E-Learning

Our e-learning presentations provide instruction in topics ranging from clinical management to technical methods.

This case study discusses the challenges involved in diagnosing an 18 year old woman that presented to a hospital in Rayong, Thailand. Proceed through the case study and consider the issues around symptoms and diagnosis. At the end of the case study, a series of teaching points are presented and...
This case study discusses the challenges involved in diagnosing an 54 year old woman in Thailand who is HIV positive, and was first diagnosed with tuberculosis in 2009. Proceed through the case study and consider the issues around symptoms and diagnosis. At the end of the case study, a series of...
This case study discusses the challenges involved in diagnosing an 38 year old woman who had persistently smear positive sputum. Proceed through the case study and consider the issues around symptoms and diagnosis. Throughout the case study, a series of key questions and teaching points are...
The patient is a 4-year-old boy from southern Africa who was hospitalized seven months ago after presenting with four months of cough, fever and generalized anasarca. His mother had a remote history of TB. He was hypoalbuminemic and anemic. Chest x-ray revealed a left upper lobe infiltrate along...
The patient is a 39-year-old man with pulmonary TB and a long history of multiple treatments with first and second-line drugs in the public and private sector. He continued to be smear-positive despite this treatment and was referred to an MDR-TB treatment clinic about nine months ago. Initial DST...
The patient is a 67-year-old man who was initially referred to your clinic about six months ago because of an abnormal chest X-ray. He has a history of treatment for tuberculosis in the distant past on three separate occasions. He cannot remember specific details about the regimens except that he...
The patient is a 61-year-old man with smear positive pulmonary TB initially diagnosed about two years ago. He failed standard WHO first-line regimen for new cases after he was found to smear positive in the sixth month of treatment. He was then given a retreatment regimen with streptomycin but...