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Factors Associated with Treatment Failure for Microscopy-positive Pulmonary Tuberculosis at the General Reference Hospital of Beni (DR Congo) between 2010 and 2020: Case-control Study
International Journal of TROPICAL DISEASE & Health
Failure to treat microscopy-positive pulmonary tuberculosis (MPT+) poses a risk to public health through the spread of infection and could be a gateway to anti-tuberculosis drug resistance. The aim of this study was to describe the epidemiological characteristics of PMT+ TB patients with treatment failure, to measure the degree of association between the various factors and TB treatment failure, and to formulate recommendations for improving NTP activities. Methods: This is a retrospectivedoi:10.9734/ijtdh/2022/v43i130568 fatcat:xtvvjjops5dwra6ynjz6p77pyi