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Tuberculosis in the CR

Tuberculosis and respiratory diseases

Náhled: Tuberculosis and respiratory diseases

ISSN: 1210-8685, (0862-5670)
Pages: cca 106 pages
Publications are available with data since 1960. Since 1994 in Czech-English version.

Published data on epidemiological situation in TB are taken from the information system of the Institutions of Public Health Protection - the TB Registry. Also included are data from other information systems, on malignant neoplasms of respiratory and intrathoracic organs, data on deaths, data on out-patient and in-patient care in TB-RD therapeutic institutions, on incapacity for work and on the network of health establishments engaged in problems of TB-RD.

AKTUÁLNÍ INFORMACE (Topical Information)

According to the TB Registry, in 2013 there were 502 cases of TB in the CR; of those 338 in men and 164 in women. The total represented 4.8 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants. In foreigners there were 79 reported cases. The most frequent form was TB of the respiratory system and of lung. Morbidity was highest (absolutely and relatively) in the oldest age group 75+. 44 deaths were reported from tuberculosis. In international comparison the CR belongs to countries with low TB incidence in all its regions.

This Topical Information presents basic data on the incidence of venereal diseases mandatorily reported from the National Registry of Venereal Diseases and on incidence of tuberculosis from the Tuberculosis Registry between 2003–2012 among alcohol and other drug users. There are presented data on the incidence HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis among non-alcohol drug users too.

According to the TB Registry, in 2012 there were 611 cases of TB in the CR; of that 402 in men and 209 in women. The total represented 5.8 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants. In foreigners there were 105 reported cases. The most frequent form was TB of the respiratory system and of lung. Morbidity was highest (absolutely and relatively) in the oldest age group 75+. 22 persons died from TB. In international comparison the CR belongs to countries with low TB incidence in all its regions.

This Topical Information presents basic data about the incidence of venereal diseases mandatorily reported from the National Registry of Venereal Diseases and about incidence of tuberculosis from the Tuberculosis Registry between 2002–2011 among alcohol and other drug users. There are presented data about the incidence HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis among non-alcohol drug users too.

According to the TB Registry, in 2011 there were 609 cases of TB in the CR; of that 434 in men and 175 in women. The total represented 5.8 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants. In foreigners there were 112 reported cases. The most frequent form was TB of the respiratory system and of lung. Morbidity was highest (absolutely and relatively) in the oldest age group 75+. 28 persons died from TB. In international comparison the CR belongs to countries with low TB incidence in all its regions.

According to the TB Registry, in 2010 there were 680 cases of TB in the CR; of that 441 in men and 239 in women. The total represented 6,5 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants. In foreigners there were 117 reported cases. The most frequent form was TB of the respiratory system and of lung. Morbidity was highest (absolutely and relatively) in the oldest age group 75+. 28 persons died from TB. In international comparison the CR belongs to countries with low TB incidence in all its regions.

This Topical Information presents basic data about the incidence of venereal diseases mandatorily reported from the National Registry of Venereal Diseases and about incidence of tuberculosis from the Tuberculosis Registry between 2001–2010 among drug users. Injecting drug users comprised 5.9 % of reported cases of syphilis, 1.3 % of reported cases of gonorrhea and drug users were 1.1 % of reported cases of tuberculosis.

According to the TB Registry, in 2009 there were 710 cases of TB in the CR; of that 482 in men and 228 in women. The total represented 6,8 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants. In foreigners there were 136 reported cases. The most frequent form was TB of the respiratory system and of lung. Morbidity was highest (absolutely and relatively) in the oldest age group 75+. 43 persons died from TB. In international comparison the CR belongs to countries with low TB incidence in all its regions.