Self-administered treatment for tuberculosis among pastoralists in rural Ethiopia: how well does it work?
Alipon, S C
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AbstractIn the Somali Regional State, Ethiopia, where most of the population are pastoralists, conventional TB treatment strategies based on directly observed treatment (DOT) at health facilities are not adapted to the mobile pastoralist lifestyle and treatment adherence is poor. From a rural district, we report on treatment outcomes of a modified self-administered treatment (SAT) strategy for pastoralists with TB.
PublisherOxford University Press
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