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Free Content Factors associated with death among HIV‐uninfected TB patients in Thailand, 2004–2006

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Objectives  In countries with both TB and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) epidemics, HIV is known to be the most powerful risk factor for death during tuberculosis (TB) treatment. Few recent studies have evaluated risk factors for death among HIV‐uninfected TB patients in these countries. We analysed data from a multi‐province demonstration project in Thailand to answer this question.

Keywords: HIV‐uninfected; Muerte; Tailandia; Thailand; Thaïlande; Tuberculosis; death; décès; no infectados por VIH; non infecté par le VIH; tuberculose; tuberculosis

Language: English

Document Type: Research Article


Affiliations: 1:  Vachira Phuket Hospital, Phuket, Thailand 2:  Thailand MOPH – U.S. CDC Collaboration, Nonthaburi, Thailand 3:  Thalang Hospital, Phuket, Thailand 4:  Phuket Provincial Public Health Office, Phuket, Thailand 5:  Chiang Rai Provincial Public Health Office, Chiang Rai, Thailand 6:  Office of Disease Prevention and Control 7, Ubon-ratchathani, Thailand 7:  Research Institute of Tuberculosis, Tokyo, Japan 8:  Bangkok Metropolitan Health Administration, Bangkok, Thailand 9:  Bamrasnaradura Institute, Nonthaburi, Thailand 10:  Thailand Ministry of Public Health, Ban, Thailand

Publication date: 2009-11-01

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