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Reported Tuberculosis in the United States, 2002

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Reported Tuberculosis in the United States, 2002 PDF

Introduction - PDF

Executive Commentary - PDF

Previous Statistical Reports - PDF

Table 1. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population, Deaths and Death Rates per 100,000 Population: United States, 1953-2002 - PDF | HTML

Table 2-3.Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population by Age Group: United States, 1992-2002
Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population by Race/Ethnicity: United States, 1992-2002 - PDF | HTML: Table 2, Table 3

Table 4-5. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population by Origin: United States, 1992-2002
Tuberculosis Cases Among Foreign-born Persons by the Top 30 Countries of Origin: United States, 1998-2002 - PDF | HTML: Table 4

Table 6-7. Tuberculosis Cases by Case Verification Criterion and by Site of Disease: United States, 1992-2002
Pulmonary Tuberculosis Cases by Sputum Smear and Sputum Culture Results: United States, 1992-2002 - PDF

Table 8-9. Resistance to Isoniazid with or without Rifampin Resistance in Reported TB Cases with No Previous TB by Origin: United States, 1993-2002
Resistance to Isoniazid with or without Rifampin Resistance in Reported TB Cases with Previous TB by Origin: United States, 1993-2002 - PDF | HTML: Table 8

Table 10-11. Percentage of Reported TB Cases by Initial Drug Regimen, Use of Directly Observed Therapy (DOT), and Completion of Therapy (COT): United States, 1993-2002
Number and Percentage of Reported TB Cases with HIV Test Results and with HIV Coinfection by Age Group: United States, 1993-2001 - PDF

Table 12-13. Tuberculosis Cases by Race/Ethnicity, Sex, and Age: United States, 2002
Tuberculosis Case Rates per 100,000 Population by Race/Ethnicity, Sex, and Age: United States, 2002 - PDF

Table 14-15. Tuberculosis Cases in U.S.-born Persons by Race/Ethnicity, Sex, and Age: United States, 2002
Tuberculosis Cases in Foreign-born Persons by Race/Ethnicity, Sex, and Age: United States, 2002 - PDF

Table 16: Tuberculosis Cases by Country of Origin: United States, 2002 - PDF

Table 16. (Cont'd) Tuberculosis Cases by Country of Origin: United States, 2002 - PDF

Table 17. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population: States, 2002 and 2001 - PDF | HTML

Table 18. Tuberculosis Cases by Age Group: States, 2002 - PDF

Table 19. Tuberculosis Cases by Race/Ethnicity: States, 2002 - PDF

Table 20. Tuberculosis Cases, U.S.-born Persons and Foreign-born Persons: States, 2002 - PDF

Table 21. Tuberculosis Cases in Foreign-born Persons by Country of Origin: States, 2002 - PDF

Table 22. Tuberculosis Cases in Foreign-born Persons by Number of Years in the United States: States, 2002 - PDF

Table 23. Tuberculosis Cases by Form of Disease: States, 2002 - PDF

Table 24. Extrapulmonary Tuberculosis Cases by Site of Disease: States, 2002 - PDF

Table 25. Tuberculosis Cases in Residents of Correctional Facilities: 59 Reporting Areas, 2002 - PDF

Table 26. Tuberculosis Cases by Homeless Status: 59 Reporting Areas, 2002 - PDF

Table 27. Tuberculosis Cases in Residents of Long-term Care Facilities: 59 Reporting Areas, 2002 - PDF

Table 28. Tuberculosis Cases by Injecting Drug Use: 59 Reporting Areas, 2002 - PDF

Table 29. Tuberculosis Cases by Noninjecting Drug Use: 59 Reporting Areas, 2002 - PDF

Table 30. Tuberculosis Cases by Excess Alcohol Use: 59 Reporting Areas, 2002 - PDF

Table 31. Tuberculosis Cases by Initial Drug Regimen: 59 Reporting Areas, 2002 - PDF

Table 32. Isoniazid-Resistant Tuberculosis Cases with or without Rifampin Resistance: 59 Reporting Areas, 2002 - PDF

Table 33. Tuberculosis Cases, Aged 25 - 44, by HIV Status: 59 Reporting Areas, 2002 - PDF

Table 34. Tuberculosis Cases by Occupation: 59 Reporting Areas, 2002 - PDF

Table 35. Tuberculosis Cases by Type of Health Care Provider: 59 Reporting Areas, 2000 - PDF

Table 36. Tuberculosis Cases by Directly Observed Therapy: 59 Reporting Areas, 2000 - PDF

Table 37. Completion of Tuberculosis Therapy (COT): 59 Reporting Areas, 2000 - PDF

Table 38. Tuberculosis Cases in Selected Cities: 2002 and 2001 - PDF

Table 39. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population: Metropolitan Statistical Areas with ³500,000 Population, 2002 and 2001 - PDF

Table 39. (Cont'd) Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population: Metropolitan Statistical Areas with ³500,000 Population, 2002 and 2001 - PDF

Table 40. Tuberculosis Cases by Form of Disease: Metropolitan Statistical Areas with ³500,000 Population, 2002 - PDF

Table 40. (Cont'd) Tuberculosis Cases by Form of Disease: Metropolitan Statistical Areas with ³500,000 Population, 2002 - PDF

Table 41. Tuberculosis Cases by Age Group: Metropolitan Statistical Areas with ³500,000 Population, 2002 - PDF

Table 41. (Cont'd) Tuberculosis Cases by Age Group: Metropolitan Statistical Areas with ³500,000 Population, 2002 - PDF

Table 42. Tuberculosis Cases by Race/Ethnicity: Metropolitan Statistical Areas with ³500,000 Population, 2002 - PDF

Table 42. (Cont'd) Tuberculosis Cases by Race/Ethnicity: Metropolitan Statistical Areas with ³500,000 Population, 2002 - PDF

Table 43. Tuberculosis Cases, U.S.-born Persons and Foreign-born Persons: Metropolitan Statistical Areas with ³500,000 Population, 2002 - PDF

Table 43. (Cont'd) Tuberculosis Cases, U.S.-born Persons and Foreign-born Persons: Metropolitan Statistical Areas with ³500,000 Population, 2002 - PDF

Surveillance Slide Set

Appendices

A. Technical Notes - PDF 

B. Tuberculosis Case Definition for Public Health Surveillance - PDF 

C. Recommendations for Counting Reported Tuberculosis Cases - PDF 


Suggested Citation: CDC. Reported Tuberculosis in the United States, 2002. Atlanta, GA: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, CDC, September 2003.

 

 


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