Epidemiology of tuberculosis

Epidemiology is branch of science which makes effective ideas for preventing the illness and provides precautions to patients suffering. More than one-quarter of world population is affected with mycobacterium infections. Tuberculosis is widely spreadable disease after HIV/AIDS. Tuberculosis was at high in 2003 which gradually reduced over the years and during 2007 most of people globally were affected by tuberculosis. In developed countries tuberculosis is relatively less familiar. Tuberculosis is generally referred as urban disease. Tuberculosis is mainly caused in geriatrics and low immune. Most of the M .bacterium infection is non- contagious. About 95% of infection is asymptomatic.


  • Morbidity in TB
  • Case study of TB
  • TB control and strategies
  • Risk factors of TB

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