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Nic group Han ethnic group Others Occupation Office worker Manual worker Farmer Unemployed worker Others Resident Beijing resident Others Category of TB New Previously treated Drug resistance Patients with new cases of tuberculosis Susceptibility to isoniazid/rifampicin Isoniazid resistance Rifampicin resistance Multidrug resistant Patients with previously treated tuberculosis Susceptibility to is
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Nic group Han ethnic group Others Occupation Office worker Manual worker Farmer Unemployed worker Others Resident Beijing resident Others Category of TB New Previously treated Drug resistance Patients with new cases of tuberculosis Susceptibility to isoniazid/rifampicin Isoniazid resistance Rifampicin resistance Multidrug resistant Patients with previously treated tuberculosis Susceptibility to is
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Nic group Han ethnic group Others Occupation Office worker Manual worker Farmer Unemployed worker Others Resident Beijing resident Others Category of TB New Previously treated Drug resistance Patients with new cases of tuberculosis Susceptibility to isoniazid/rifampicin Isoniazid resistance Rifampicin resistance Multidrug resistant Patients with previously treated tuberculosis Susceptibility to is
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The potential to improve health-related practices and decision making in Burkina Faso. The program involves Canadian and African researchers, a knowledge broker, health practitioners, and policy-makers. This article presents the collaborative development of the KB strategy and the evaluation of its implementation at year 1. The KB strategy was developed in stages, beginning with a scoping study to
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Ion. In logistic regression models, all variables that were significant in the univariate analysis were adjusted for using odds ratios (OR) and 95 confidence intervals (95 CI). Levels of significance were set at 5 .DM, there were 187 (30 ) patients with type 2 DM. Demographic characteristics, patterns of disease and drug resistance profiles of TB patients with and without type 2 DM are shown in
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Ion. In logistic regression models, all variables that were significant in the univariate analysis were adjusted for using odds ratios (OR) and 95 confidence intervals (95 CI). Levels of significance were set at 5 .DM, there were 187 (30 ) patients with type 2 DM. Demographic characteristics, patterns of disease and drug resistance profiles of TB patients with and without type 2 DM are shown in
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Ontrolc DM poor controld DM bad controle4434 (77.2) 36 (63.1)5 (11.4) 9 (15.8)Reference 1.7 (0.5?.6)5 (11.4) 12 (21.1)Reference 2.3 (0.7?.1)63 (73.2)9 (10.5)1.0 (0.3?.1)14 (16.3)1.5 (0.5?.6)49 7033 (67.3) 48 (68.6) 52 (76.5)7 (14.3) 11 (15.7) 5 (7.3)Reference 1.1 (0.4?.1) 0.5 (0.1?.6)9 (18.4) 11 (15.7) 11 (16.2)Reference 0.8 (0.3?.3) 0.8 (0.3?.1)DM: diabetes mellitus; TB: tuberculosis. a Single-dr
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D of TB, and DM patients who are responding poorly to anti-TB treatment should be considered and investigated for drug-resistant disease. Further prospective research using a cohort design with adequate follow-up is needed, which includes all known determinants for drug-resistant TB in DM patients so that a better understanding is reached about the interactions between the two diseases.Citation: G