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  • How do you understand TB?
  • How does TB infection spread?
    Coughing
    Sneezing
    Singing
  • A TB patient can infect………..
    A TB patient can infect
    10-15 persons/year
  • How does TB settle in lungs?
  • How does PTB end?
    90 – 95%
    Immunity ↑
    Immunity ↓
    5 – 10%
    Containment
    Healing
    Spread
  • How does TB spread in a body?
    85%
    Pulmonary TB
    15%
    Extrapulmonary TB
  • Extra-pulmonary TB
  • Extra-pulmonary TB
  • Extra-pulmonary TB
  • Extra-pulmonary TB
  • Can TB be cured?
    Why can’t we control TB infection?
  • Although TB is infectious and lethal,
    it can be cured and controlled.
  • TB situation in Myanmar
    One of 22 high TB burden countries
    One of 27 high MDR countries
    One of 41 high TB-HIV burden countries
    All TB: 612/100,000
    Infectious: 240/100,000
    80%
    Urban>Rural
    National Prevalence study, 2009/10
    Global TB control, 2010
  • National TB Control Strategy
    Case detection
    D
    O
    T
    S
    DOTS
    Directly Observed Treatment
    Short Course
  • How people seek for their health?
    To relieve their illness, where people go to?
    Who are the private health services providers?
    (both formal and informal)
    ?
    ?
    ?
  • How do private health care providers take part in TB control?