Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, January 9th, 2001
Latent tuberculosis is defined as having a positive skin test but a negative chest image on radiographic examination. Researchers at the University of North Carolina used a Markov decision-analysis model to determine the best way to treat latent tuberculosis in pregnant women.
The model incorporated three treatment choices for purposes of decision-making: provide no treatment, provide treatment...
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