== == * Yes, there are a few cases and it's a concern to doctors that it's on the rise. Depending where you are in the the world TB can be a very serious threat. * Yes, TB is a threat. TUBERCULOSIS FACTS USA: Nearly 1 in 5 cases are in California, which also has the highest number of drug resistant TB cases as well. 1 in 6 cases of TB are Extra pulmonary (outside of the lungs) and diagnosis can be elusive and lead to delayed treatment. China: about 250,000 people die each year. India; about 2,000,000 new cases reported every year World wide: about 1 in 3 of 42,000,000 (42 million) people infected with HIV also have TB (of who 90% die within months without treatment).
Tuberculosis was a severe health threat in the 1920s and 1930s, but by 1950 the disease wasn't really a factor in public health. It's now an annoyance, but isn't a severe threat any longer.
Kevin J. Brooks has written: 'Tuberculosis threat' -- subject(s): Epidemilogy, Epidemiology, International Cooperation, International cooperation, Tuberculosis, Tuberculosis, Multidrug-Resistant, Prevention & control, Prevention
Robert B. Giffin has written: 'Addressing the threat of drug-resistant tuberculosis' -- subject(s): Antitubercular agents, Antitubercular Agents, Drug resistance, Transmission, Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, Internationality, Complications, Tuberculosis, Tuberculosis, Multidrug-Resistant, Congresses, HIV Infections
Yes tuberculosis can be fatal. It depends on how well you take care of yourself. It can still be fatal-even if you are in the best condition.
yes they still can
The terrorist threat still exists.
humans are still the biggest threat
yes, people still go into hospital with TB, it is rare, but still occurs.
difference between miliary tuberculosis and tuberculosis
Tuberculosis, or consumption, as they called it back then was eradicated by modern sewage systems, modern landfills, etc. Most other disease's of this era were eradicated by modern medicine over time. The down side to this is we as human being's seem to have forgotten the lesson's we have learned, and these diseases still to this day pop up in underdeveloped countries.
Minor Threat never was 'straight edge' in the first place.
The scientific name for tuberculosis is "Mycobacterium Tuberculosis".
A. Bruschettini has written: 'The treatment of tuberculosis by the serum vaccine' -- subject(s): Tuberculosis 'Immunity and cure of tuberculosis' -- subject(s): Tuberculosis 'Immunity and therapy of tuberculosis' -- subject(s): Tuberculosis
Researching in an attempt to find a specific date when consumption was changed to tuberculosis has been difficult. The best information available tends to lead one to believe that this change occurred around 1950. Consumption can still refer to the terminal stage of tuberculosis.
Tuberculosis is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Mycobacterium tuberculosis commonly causes tuberculosis.
Abdominal tuberculosis is ranked sixth in extra pulmonary tuberculosis.
Pulmonary tuberculosis is caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium Tuberculosis.
yes, tuberculosis is a disease caused by the bateria Mycobacterium Tuberculosis.
It gives you tuberculosis.
Tuberculosis is caused by the bacterium called as Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Mycobacterium tuberculosis is a bacterium. It doesn't have an etiology; it is an etiology for tuberculosis.
Penicillin does not cure tuberculosis. But you have very good drugs for tuberculosis.