"Tb Document H - State of Hawaii Tb Symptom Screen Form" - Hawaii

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TB Document H: State of Hawaii TB Symptom Screen
Hawaii State Department of Health
Tuberculosis Control Program
Significant symptoms include cough for 3 weeks or more, plus at least one of the following:
TB Symptom
Onset and Duration of Symptoms
 No
 Yes
1. Cough for ≥3 weeks duration
 No
 Yes
2. Coughing up blood
 No
 Yes
3. Fever
 No
 Yes
4. Night sweats
 No
 Yes
5. Unexplained weight loss
Amount:
 No
 Yes
6. Unusual weakness or fatigue
Duration:
Interpreting the TB Symptom Screen
If the client responds “Yes” to having a cough for ≥3 weeks duration AND “Yes” to at least one of the other symptoms
(#2-#6), perform a test for TB infection and refer the client for a chest X-ray to rule out TB disease.
TB Document H: State of Hawaii TB Symptom Screen
Hawaii State Department of Health
Tuberculosis Control Program
Significant symptoms include cough for 3 weeks or more, plus at least one of the following:
TB Symptom
Onset and Duration of Symptoms
 No
 Yes
1. Cough for ≥3 weeks duration
 No
 Yes
2. Coughing up blood
 No
 Yes
3. Fever
 No
 Yes
4. Night sweats
 No
 Yes
5. Unexplained weight loss
Amount:
 No
 Yes
6. Unusual weakness or fatigue
Duration:
Interpreting the TB Symptom Screen
If the client responds “Yes” to having a cough for ≥3 weeks duration AND “Yes” to at least one of the other symptoms
(#2-#6), perform a test for TB infection and refer the client for a chest X-ray to rule out TB disease.