Cdcr 7336 Form Details

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has created a form to help schools and other interested organizations track disease outbreaks. The Form CDC 7336, also known as the Uniform Infectious Disease Report, is a standardized way to report information about an illness or outbreak. This form can be used to report any type of infectious disease, from a common cold to more serious illnesses such as Ebola. Schools and other organizations can use this form to help track and prevent the spread of disease. Completed forms should be submitted to the local health department.

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION

EMPLOYEE TUBERCULIN SKIN TEST (TST) AND EVALUATION

 

CDCR 7336 (Rev. 07/15)

Page 1 of 3

CONFIDENTIAL EMPLOYEE MEDICAL INFORMATION

INSTRUCTIONS: Tuberculosis (TB) screening must be performed by a licensed health care provider whose legally authorized scope of practice allows him/her to conduct medical examinations and/or the MantouxTB Skin Test (TST) in accordance with the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to determine if a person has TB infection or disease.

EMPLOYEE ( Complete the following section - type or print clearly)

1

EMPLOYEE INFORMATION

PRINT OR TYPE EMPLOYEE’S FULL NAME (AS IT APPEARS ON STATE PAYCHECK)

GENDER

 

FIRST

MI

LAST

MALE

FEMALE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BIRTHDATE :

 

PERSONNEL # (IF KNOWN)

NEW EMPLOYEE/CADET

 

 

 

YES

NO

 

 

 

 

INSTITUTION OR DIVISION:

 

UNIT OR BRANCH:

DEPARTMENT (IF NOT CDCR)

EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE

DATE :

HEALTH CARE PROVIDER (Complete Sections 2-6 as required - refer to instructions on reverse side of form)

2

 

 

 

PRIOR TST / TB BLOOD TEST / TB HISTORY

 

(AS DOCUMENTED IN THE EMPLOYEE HEALTH CARE RECORD)

 

NOTE: PRIVATE PROVIDERS ATTACH DOCUMENTATION OF PRIOR HISTORY

PRIOR POSITIVE TB

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRIOR TB DISEASE?

TEST/INFECTION?

 

IF YES, DATE:

 

INDURATION :

 

MM

YES (IF YES, DATE)

 

YES

NO

 

 

TB BLOOD TEST:

________________UNITS

NO

NOTICE: HIV AND OTHER MEDICAL CONDITIONS MAY CAUSE A TST TO BE NEGATIVE WHEN TB INFECTION IS PRESENT

3

TST ADMINISTRATION (5TU/ 0.1 milliliter)/BLOOD TEST

(CHECK ONE)

EXPIRATION DATE:

TST ADMINISTERED BY

SIGNATURE:

DATE:

TUBERSOL TB BLOOD TEST LOT#

 

(PRINT NAME)

 

 

APLISOL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INJECTION SITE:

INJECTION/BLOOD DRAW

INTERPRETATION

TST/BLOOD TEST/RESULT

DATE RESULTS/ OR OF

LFA *

DATE:

POSITIVE

MM INDURATION_____

SIGN & SYMPTOM EVAL.

RFA **

 

NEGATIVE

BLOOD TEST UNITS_____

______________

4EVALUATION FOR SIGNSAND SYMPTOMS (MUST BE COMPLETED FORALL INDIVIDUALS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

SYMPTOMS (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY)

 

NO SYMPTOMS

PERSISTENT (>2 WKS) COUGH

WEIGHT LOSS (UNEXPLAINED)

 

UNEXPLAINED FATIGUE

UNEXPLAINED FEVER

UNEXPLAINED NIGHT SWEATS

5

CHESTX-RAY

 

CHEST X-RAY NEEDED

 

CHEST X-RAY RESULT

 

 

 

NORMAL

 

CONSISTENT W/TB

 

CHEST X-RAY REPORT ON FILE (COPY REQUIRED)

 

 

ABNORMAL

YES NO

 

6

COMMENTS:

EMPLOYEE REFERRED FOR FOLLOW-UP MEDICAL EVALUATION

NO SHOW-EMPLOYEE NOTIFIED

 

 

EMPLOYEE PROVIDED WRITTEN NOTIFICATION OF TST RESULTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Employee is Free of Infectious Tuberculosis

 

 

 

 

LICENSED EVALUATOR NAME:

LICENSED EVALUATOR SIGNATURE:

LICENSE#

D ATE :

*LFA : Left Forearm ** RFA: Right Forearm

NOTICE TO PRIVATE PHYSICIANS ON REVERSE SIDE PLEASE READ PRIOR TO TESTING

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STATE OF CALIFORNIADEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION

EMPLOYEE TUBERCULIN SKIN TEST (TST) AND EVALUATION

CDCR 7336 (Rev. 07/15)

NOTICE TO PRIVATE PHYSICIANS

CONFIDENTIAL EMPLOYMENT MEDICAL INFORMATION

THE CALIFORNIA PENAL CODE, SECTION 6006 et seq., REQUIRES ALL CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION (CDCR) employees and certain other individuals to have an initial, annual, and as medically necessary Mantoux Tuberculin Skin Test (TST) or evaluation. The testing must occur as instructed below. The employee must provide the results of the TST and/or evaluation on the REQUIRED form: the Employee Annual Tuberculin Skin Test (TST) and Evaluation, CDCR 7336.

DEFINITIONS:

INDURATION: Swelling or raised skin. Note: the presence of erythema is NOT indicative of a TST reaction; only the induration is measured.

MANTOUX TST: Intradermal injection of 0.1 milliliters (ml) of Purified Protein Derivative, 5 Tuberculin Units (TU).

PRIOR TST: A Mantoux TST in which clearly documented and dated results are available in millimeters (mm).

NEGATIVE TST RESULT: Induration of less than (<) 10 mm if new, or < 5 mm, if contact or known immunocompromised.

POSITIVE TST RESULT: Induration equal to or greater than (>) 10 mm, OR > 5 mm if contact or known immunocompromised.

INSTRUCTIONS: EMPLOYEE

1.Complete all of the items in SECTION 1 - All Boxes Must Be Completely Filled In.

Be sure the information you provide is accurate and complete.

The health care provider(s) (HCP) administering and evaluating the TST, including the exam for TB signs and

symptoms, must sign and date the appropriate blocks.

Advise the HCP to follow the steps below when completing SECTION 2 through SECTION 6.

If a chest x-ray (CXR) is needed, you must submit a copy of the CXR report with this form to be placed in your health record.

Submit the completed form (Employee Tuberculin Skin Test (TST) and Evaluation, CDCR 7336), in a sealed envelope, as instructed by your supervisor/TB coordinator.

INSTRUCTIONS: HEALTH CARE PROVIDER - All Boxes Must Be Completely Filled In.

SECTION 2: If prior test TST results are available, the employee or HCP must provide written documentation including the patient’s name, date test was administered, and reaction in mm or IU. Document this in SECTION 2. If documented results are:

NEGATIVE and more than 30 days old, proceed to Section 3.

NEGATIVE and less than 30 days old, proceed to Section 4.

POSITIVE on any date: proceed to Section 4. Must also complete Section 5.

If there are no appropriately documented prior TST or TB blood test results, go to the instructions for Section #3.

SECTION 3: Administer a new TST or TB blood test, and document results in SECTION 3. NOTE: The HCP administering the TST (SECTION 3), and the HCP evaluating the TST (SECTION 6), must sign in the appropriate blocks. If the TST or TB blood test results are:

NEGATIVE, complete Section 4. Evaluator must sign and date under Section 6.

POSITIVE, proceed to Section 4. Must also complete Section 5. Evaluator must sign and date under Section 6.

If an individual claims to have a prior positive TB testST, but cannot provide appropriate documentation, a TST or TB blood test must still be administered.

This is not medically contraindicated. However, if there are still questions, although this is not a CDCR procedure, it has been found useful to administer a diluted TST: dilute 0.2 cc of the standard 5 TU/0.1cc solution with 0.8 cc of sterile saline, then use

0.1of this solution to administer a TST. If the results are positive, no further testing is necessary, proceed as directed below for positive TST’s. If the results are negative, proceed with a standard TST.

If the administered or documented TST or TB blood testshows a NEGATIVE result, the employee probably does not have TB infection. Factors affecting the immune system, pregnancy, or recent TB infection may cause a false negative TST or TB blood test reaction, even when TB disease exists, but

CDCR HCPs CANNOT ASK CDCR EMPLOYEES ABOUT NON TB HEALTH HISTORY, INCLUDING

IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE CONDITIONS

If the TB test TST indicates a POSITIVE reaction, further medical evaluation and a CXR are needed to rule out active TB disease.

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STATE OF CALIFORNIADEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION

EMPLOYEE TUBERCULIN SKIN TEST (TST) AND EVALUATION

CDCR 7336 (Rev. 07/15)

Complete SECTIONS 4, 5 AND 6. The HCP evaluating for TB signs and symptoms, must sign and date the form in the space provided at the bottom of the form (SECTION 6).

Give a copy of the CXR report, if a CXR is taken, to the employee for the CDCR records.

The space identified as “DATE TST READ OR OF SIGNS & SYMPTOMS EXAM” refers to date that the employee’s TB status is determined.

After evaluation and/or treatment the CDCR 7336 is completed.

Give the completed CDCR 7336 and the CXR report to the employee.

SECTION 4: Complete evaluation for all employees, regardless of TB testTST result, for TB signs and symptoms; 3 or more positives warrant special concern.

SECTION 5: To be completed for individuals with a documented prior or newly significant TST or TB blood test. Attach copy of CXR report.

SECTION 6: Comments as necessary. Evaluator (Physician and Surgeon or a licensed designee) must sign and date the form.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the California Tuberculosis Controllers Association recommend the

following:

1.Tine test is NOT an acceptable skin test to determine exposure to the TB bacillus.

2.CXR is an unacceptable screening method for detecting TB infection.

3.The only acceptable screening method(s) for detecting TB infection are TB screening tests that are licensed by the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

4.The process for administering, evaluation, and documenting the Mantoux TST are:

a)Must be given intradermally.

b)0.1 ml (s) of 5 TU Purified Protein Derivative must be used.

c)The test must be interpreted by a qualified HCP.

d)Results must be documented/reported in mm(s) of induration.

DISTRIBUTION: WHITE- HCSD PUBLIC HEALTH SECTION, YELLOW- EMPLOYEE MEDICAL FILE, PINK- EMPLOYEE

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