Active Case-Finding for Tuberculosis by Mobile Teams in Myanmar: Yield and Treatment Outcomes
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JournalInfectious Diseases of Poverty
AbstractSince 2005, the Myanmar National Tuberculosis Programme (NTP) has been implementing active case finding (ACF) activities involving mobile teams in hard-to-reach areas. This study revealed the contribution of mobile team activities to total tuberculosis (TB) case detection, characteristics of TB patients detected by mobile teams and their treatment outcomes.
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