Module 8: TB Recording and Reporting. Learning Objectives. Define surveillance Accurately complete the orange Tuberculosis Treatment Card Accurately complete the TB register Explain the flow of TB data from the health facilities up to the national level. What is Surveillance?.
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Module 8:TB Recording and Reporting
It has two components:
Collection of routine TB/HIV data will serve to:
TB suspect provides 3 sputum specimens
HCW enters patient data in the TB suspect register
HCW enters patient data on the orange treatment card and into facility TB register
Data from facility TB register copied into district TB register by District TB Coordinator
Data entered into Electronic TB register (ETR) by District TB Coordinator
District TB coordinator uses ETR to generate quarterly cohort and yearly reports
District TB coordinator saves data to a floppy disk and sends to the national level
District-level data are collated in the ETR for analysis at the national level
BNTP generates quarterly and yearly reports for the district- and country-levels using ETR
TB patient history of, or
with ART, along with the date
“X” over the appropriate box. If the
patient is on ART, or has a history
of taking ART, make an “X” in the
“Yes” box. If the patient is HIV
negative, leave the box blank.
If the patient is HIV-infected, but is not on ART, mark the box “NO”.
Using the format “dd/mm/yy”, record the date in the
The example register is taken from Bontleng Clinic.