Getting tested for tuberculosis
with Centre de Lutte Anti Tuberculeuse (Tuberculosis Control Center)

Getting tested for tuberculosis

with 
Centre de Lutte Anti Tuberculeuse (Tuberculosis Control Center)

In short
Last update19 oct. 2021

What is it?

Tuberculosis screening is carried out in two ways depending on the context and the age of the person:

- X-ray of the lungs,

- Intra dermo reaction (IDR): injection performed on the forearm by a nurse. The skin will react or not locally. The reaction is read 48h to 72h after the injection.

Who is it for?

How much does it cost?
Free
Target audience
For all
Action zone

Departments

21 - Côte-d'Or

How much does it cost?
Free
Target audience
For all
Action zone

Departments

21 - Côte-d'Or

Why is it interesting?

It's free

You will not have to pay for this exam.

It's confidential

You will be received by health professionals subject to medical secrecy.

You take care of yourself and your loved ones

Tuberculosis is a potentially serious and contagious infectious disease. By doing this screening, you can reduce the spread and be treated as soon as possible if it turns out that you are ill.

How do I get involved?

Book an appointment

Please book an appointment by calling 03.80.28.14.62

Team based in Dijon with permanence on:

- Semur en Auxois: 2 Wednesday mornings per month

- Chatillon sur Seine: 2 Wednesday afternoons per month

- Beaune: 1 Friday morning per month

Find a contact :
Ok
Have you found useful information?
Thank people who wrote them for you
0 🙏
Contributors engaged
11Keep the page up to date and answer your questions
Proposé par
Unité de Prévention des Maladies Infectieuses

Unité de Prévention des Maladies Infectieuses