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TATF: Test And Treat Follow-up System Of HIV Carriers In Thailand

Rachasak Somyanonthanakul, Prapaipan Plodgratoke
Published 2015 · Computer Science

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The World Health Organization (WHO) launched universal strategy in HIV prevention in 2012 called “Test & treat HIV prevention”. (TATF) Test and Treat Follow-up is proposed to be a follow-up platform to support the follow-up of HIV carriers by integrating information technology approaches in fields of database, communication, and mobile application. TATF consists of three main modules: 1) The clinical module; 2) The laboratory module; and 3) The follow-up module that transfer data with each other on computer network. The Clinical module is a front office to collect a client data and medical record form registration process. The risk assessment data is fed into database by consulting process. The Laboratory module is scientific machine section to perform testing Anti-body HIV and CD4 testing with international standard to complete medical data. Follow-up module is a back office to contract to all HIV carriers using mobile technology under privacy policy. It is important to take standardize follow-up HIV carriers by using information technology platform. The TATF is intended to implement all HIV carriers in order to reduce new HIV infection and get into prompt medical treatment.
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