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Wisconsin Virtual TB Summit - 4-12-2022 - Shared screen with speaker view
Melony Johnson
49:31
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Michele Koenig
49:52
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Donna Setzer
51:15
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Melissa Stahmann(Winnebago)
01:00:20
Will pneumonia or asthma increase the time for a patient to convert during treatment?
Cynthia Freeberg
01:22:40
Cold (refrigerated) pack or ice pack...which is better for specimen transport?
Judith Sengstock
01:31:13
Can you review what specimens have to be observed or not observed?
Philip Wegner
01:31:55
we recommend that at least one specimen be observed if possible.
Judy Rabinowitz
01:37:27
Are you able to give an idea of how common it is for a specimen to be rejected?
Cindy Brylski-Breit
02:01:26
Is it possible to get the slides for both presentations?
Michele Koenig
02:02:32
Today’s TB Summit session and all previous sessions will be archived. Check them out on our website:https://sntc.medicine.ufl.edu/OnTheFly/Info/Wisconsin-TB-Summit-2022
Julia Greenleaf
02:06:37
Link to sputum collection video, with techniques and tips for client to self-collect: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLO9RoNDnObhOcYPpeYMTG3BpPHU5-Le6H
Kristen Carpenter
02:06:38
Can you talk about Gene expert, when it's appropriate to use, and how to request it
Stacy Hinz
02:08:32
The Kit # 8 instructions from WSLH for TB sputums… say to use a frozen cold pack..."(cold pack must be frozen before use)"
Karla Melke
02:09:07
How long does a client remain isolated if the smear is negative if they can still be infectious?
Michele Koenig
02:11:20
The final WI TB Summit session 4/26 will be an open Q & A session with a panel of TB experts. Please send us any & all TB questions in advance: tb@publichealthmdc.com
Michele Koenig
02:12:03
Evaluation: https://ufmycobacteriology.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_afbVXJxaJndj0r4