At head of title: U.S. Dept. of labor. Working conditions service.
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1. Author(s): National Tuberculosis Association. Committee on Mortality from Tuberculosis in Dusty Trades. Title(s): Preliminary report of Committee on Mortality from Tuberculosis in Dusty Trades/ U.S. Department of Labor, Working Conditions Service. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Washington: G.P.O., Description: 27 p. Preliminary report of Committee on mortality from tuberculosis in dusty trades This material has been provided by London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Library & Archives Service. The original may be consulted at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Library & Archives ServicePages: Preliminary report of Committee on mortality from tuberculosis in dusty trades By National Tuberculosis Association. Committee on mortality from tuberculosis in dusty trades. Abstract. 27 p Topics: Tuberculosis--United. Working Conditions Service: Preliminary Report of Committee on Mortality from Tuberculosis in Dusty Trades. To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request.
GLOBAL TUBERCULOSIS REPORT Contents Abbreviations iv Acknowledgements v Executive Summary 1 Chapter 1. Introduction 7 Chapter 2. Global commitments to end TB and multisectoral accountability 9 Chapter 3. TB disease burden 27 Chapter 4. Diagnosis and treatment: TB, HIV-associated TB and drug-resistant TB 67 Chapter 5. TB prevention services vi GLOBAL TUBERCULOSIS REPORT led by Philippe Glaziou, with contributions from Peter Dodd, Charalambos Sismanidis and Matteo Zignol. We thank Valérie Robert in the Global TB Programme’s monitoring and evaluation unit for impeccable administrative support, Doris Ma Fat from the WHO Mortality and Burden. Second preliminary report of Committee on Mortality from Tuberculosis in Dusty Trades National Tuberculosis Association At head of title: National Tuberculosis Assocation. Full text of "Mortality from respiratory diseases in dusty trades (inorganic dusts)" See other formats.
tuberculosis was reported in about 35% of new cases and 205% of re-treated cases (appendix).5 Several worrying trends exist with drug-resistant tuberculosis (appendix), including widespread emergence of exten-sively drug-resistant (XDR) tuberculosis6 and resis tance beyond XDR tuberculosis. 7 In , incident cases. In , the tuberculosis (TB) provisional case count and rate were the lowest in the United States since national TB surveillance began in ; however, the rate in ( per ,) is still 28 times the U.S. elimination threshold of one case per 1 million persons. Tuberculosis is a top ten cause of death in children worldwide and a key omission from previous analyses of under-5 mortality. Almost all these deaths occur in children not on tuberculosis treatment, implying substantial scope to reduce this burden. INTRODUCTION. About million tuberculosis (TB) deaths occurred worldwide in , with nine of ten of the deaths happening in Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) and South East Asia. 1 Tanzania repor TB cases of all forms (smear positive, smear negative and re-treatment) in 2 About four percent () of newly diagnosed smear positive PTB patients died. 2 HIV co .