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Complete Health Indicator Report of Tuberculosis (TB) Cases

Definition

Rate of newly reported cases of tuberculosis per 100,000 population.

Numerator

Number of tuberculosis cases by count date.

Denominator

Number of persons in the population.

Why Is This Important?

Tuberculosis (TB) is caused by a type of bacteria called ''Mycobacterium tuberculosis''. TB is typically spread through the air when a person with TB disease of the lungs or throat expels tiny airborne particles (droplet nuclei). People nearby may breathe in these particles and become infected. People who have TB infection do not feel sick, do not have symptoms, and cannot spread TB. But, they may develop active TB disease at some time in the future. The bacteria usually attack the lungs but may attack any part of the body. The United States experienced a resurgence of TB disease between 1985 and 1992, when the number of TB cases increased by 20%. Early detection and treatment of TB are essential to control the spread of the disease and prevent outbreaks.

Healthy People Objective IID-29:

Reduce tuberculosis (TB)
U.S. Target: 1.0 new case per 100,000 population

Other Objectives

'''HP2020 Objective GH-2:''' Reduce the tuberculosis (TB) case rate for foreign-born persons living in the United States [[br]] '''U.S. Target:''' 14.0 cases per 100,000 population '''HP2020 Objective IID-30:''' Increase treatment completion rate of all TB patients who are eligible to complete therapy [[br]] '''U.S. Target:''' 93.0 percent '''HP2020 Objective IID-31:''' Increase the percentage of contacts to sputum smear-positive tuberculosis cases who complete treatment after being diagnosed with latent TB infection (LTBI) and initiated treatment for LTBI [[br]] '''U.S. Target:''' 79.0 percent '''HP2020 Objective IID-32:''' Increase the proportion of culture-confirmed TB patients with a positive nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) result reported within 2 days of specimen collection [[br]] '''U.S. Target:''' 77.0 percent '''HP2020 Objective IID-33:''' Increase the proportion of adults with TB who have been tested for HIV [[br]] '''U.S. Target:''' 80.6 percent

How Are We Doing?

In 2017, 29 cases of TB were reported in Utah. For the five-year period from 2013 to 2017, Utah had an average of 30 cases of TB reported per year. The 2017 TB case rate in Utah was 0.9 per 100,000 persons, a slight increase from 0.7 in 2016.

How Do We Compare With the U.S.?

From 1993 to 2017, the case rate of TB in Utah was an average of 33% of the national rate.

What Is Being Done?

The Prevention, Treatment and Care Program at the Utah Department of Health is charged with reducing the incidence of TB disease through timely reporting and treatment. The Program also provides screening and preventive therapy for those with TB infection. There are 13 local health departments throughout Utah that are the front line of TB case management for the state. Their responsibilities include: * diagnosis of TB infection and active TB disease * treatment of TB infection and active TB disease * ensuring patient adherence to treatment * screening of high-risk populations * coordination/referral * providing culturally-appropriate client education.

Available Services

Contact information for Utah Local Health Departments is given below: Bear River Health Department[[br]] 655 East 1300 North[[br]] Logan, Utah 84341[[br]] Phone: (435) 792-6500 Central Utah Public Health Department[[br]] 70 Westview Drive[[br]] Richfield, Utah 84701[[br]] Phone: (435) 896-5451 Davis County Health Department[[br]] 20 S State St[[br]] Clearfield, Utah 84015[[br]] Phone: (801) 525-5000 Salt Lake County Health Department[[br]] 660 South 200 East [[br]] Salt Lake City, Utah 84111[[br]] Phone: (385) 468-4222 San Juan Public Health[[br]] 735 S 200 West, Suite B[[br]] Blanding, UT 84511[[br]] Phone: (435) 359-0038 Southeast Utah Health Department[[br]] 28 South 100 East[[br]] Price, Utah 84501[[br]] Phone: (435) 637-3671 Southwest Utah Public Health Department[[br]] 620 S 400 East, Ste 400[[br]] St George, Utah 84770[[br]] Phone: (435) 673-3528 Summit County Public Health Department[[br]] 650 Round Valley Drive[[br]] (at Quinns Junction)[[br]] Park City, Utah 84060[[br]] Phone: (435) 333-1500 Tooele County Health Department[[br]] 151 N Main Street[[br]] Tooele, Utah 84074[[br]] Phone: (435) 277-2300 TriCounty Health Department[[br]] 133 S 500 East[[br]] Vernal, Utah 84078[[br]] Phone: (435) 247-1177 Utah County Health Department[[br]] 151 S University Ave[[br]] Provo, Utah 84601[[br]] Phone: (801) 851-7000 Wasatch County Health Department[[br]] 55 South 500 East[[br]] Heber City, Utah 84032[[br]] Phone: (435) 654-2700 Weber-Morgan Health Department[[br]] 477 23rd St[[br]] Ogden, Utah 84401[[br]] Phone: (801) 399-7100


Related Indicators

Relevant Population Characteristics

The racial/ethnic distribution of tuberculosis (TB) in Utah for the five-year period of 2013-2017 was as follows: 45% occurred in persons of Hispanic ethnicity, 23% in Asians, 12% in Whites, 11% in Blacks/African Americans, 7% in Native Hawaiians/Other Pacific Islanders, and 3% in American Indian/Alaskan Natives. Over the past five years in Utah, more than 90% of Asian and Black/African American persons with TB were non-US-born. The racial/ethnic distribution of TB morbidity for the United States in 2017 was as follows: 35% occurred in Asians; 28% in persons of Hispanic ethnicity; 21% in Blacks/African Americans; 12% in Whites; 2% in persons of multiple or unknown races; and 1% each in American Indians/Alaskan Natives and in Native Hawaiians/Other Pacific Islanders. (CDC. ''Tuberculosis - United States, 2017'', 2018). In the years 2013-2017, 79% of the persons diagnosed with TB in Utah were non-US-born. In 2017, 70% of the national case total of persons diagnosed with TB were non-US-born. (CDC. ''Tuberculosis - United States, 2017'', 2018). These numbers show the importance of effectively screening and treating individuals from high TB prevalence areas.

Related Relevant Population Characteristics Indicators:


Health Care System Factors

It is very important that patients with active tuberculosis (TB) disease adhere to their treatment regimen. Treatment adherence is not only important for effective therapy in patients, but also to prevent an increase in cases of drug-resistant ''Mycobacterium tuberculosis''. From 2013 to 2017, drug susceptibility testing was completed on 100% (108 of 108) of the TB cases confirmed by laboratory culture. During this period, 14% of culture isolates had resistance to one or more anti-TB medications relative to the total number of laboratory culture confirmed TB cases. These statistics highlight the need for continued drug sensitivity testing for all TB culture isolates, and the need for directly observed therapy (DOT) for all TB patients to ensure that they take all their medications.

Related Health Care System Factors Indicators:


Risk Factors

About 10% of persons with tuberculosis (TB) infection who have normal immune systems will develop TB disease at some point in life. Certain conditions increase the odds that infection will progress to active disease, including: *HIV infection *recent exposure (within the past two years), particularly children <5 years of age *certain medical conditions: silicosis, gastrectomy, low body weight (>=10% below ideal), chronic renal failure/dialysis, diabetes mellitus, organ transplant, carcinoma of head or neck, or high-dose corticosteroid therapy *illicit injection drug use or other high-risk substance abuse (e.g., crack cocaine) *a history of inadequately treated TB. [[br]] [[br]] HIV infection is the strongest risk factor for progression of TB infection to TB disease. For people infected with TB and HIV, the risk of developing TB disease is about 7% to 10% per year. During the years 2013-2017, about 5% of persons with TB in Utah were co-infected with HIV. This compares with 6% of persons with TB in the United States in 2017 for whom test results were available who were co-infected with HIV (CDC. ''Tuberculosis - United States, 2017'', 2018).

Related Risk Factors Indicators:


Health Status Outcomes

Although Utah is a low-incidence tuberculosis (TB) state, the state has faced the challenge of managing an increasing number of cases of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR TB) in the past several years. MDR TB is defined as cases of TB disease in persons whose ''Mycobacterium tuberculosis'' isolates are resistant to at least isoniazid and rifampin, the two most effective TB medications. This makes treatment of MDR TB more difficult, prolonged, and costly. Treatment of MDR TB can last 18-24 months or more. The state had three cases of MDR TB reported from 2013 to 2017.



Graphical Data Views

Tuberculosis Rates, Utah and U.S., 1993-2017

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Utah vs. U.S.YearCases per 100,000 Population
Record Count: 50
Utah19932.5
Utah19942.9
Utah19952.4
Utah19962.8
Utah19971.7
Utah19982.4
Utah19991.8
Utah20002.2
Utah20011.5
Utah20021.3
Utah20031.7
Utah20041.5
Utah20051.2
Utah20061.3
Utah20071.5
Utah20081.0
Utah20091.4
Utah20100.7
Utah20111.2
Utah20121.3
Utah20131.1
Utah20141.1
Utah20151.2
Utah20160.7
Utah20170.9
U.S.19939.7
U.S.19949.2
U.S.19958.5
U.S.19967.9
U.S.19977.2
U.S.19986.6
U.S.19996.3
U.S.20005.8
U.S.20015.6
U.S.20025.2
U.S.20035.1
U.S.20045.0
U.S.20054.8
U.S.20064.6
U.S.20074.4
U.S.20084.2
U.S.20093.8
U.S.20103.6
U.S.20113.4
U.S.20123.2
U.S.20133.0
U.S.20143.0
U.S.20153.0
U.S.20162.9
U.S.20172.8

Data Sources

  • Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology
  • Population Estimates: National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) through a collaborative agreement with the U.S. Census Bureau, IBIS Version 2016
  • National Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


Number of Tuberculosis Cases by Year, Utah, 1993-2017

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YearNumber of Cases
Record Count: 25
199347
199456
199548
199658
199736
199852
199940
200049
200135
200231
200339
200436
200529
200634
200739
200827
200937
201020
201134
201237
201333
201431
201537
201620
201729

Data Source

Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology


Number of Tuberculosis Cases by Sex, Utah, 1993-2017

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Males vs. FemalesYearNumber of Cases
Record Count: 50
Male199333
Male199441
Male199537
Male199640
Male199721
Male199829
Male199925
Male200034
Male200124
Male200217
Male200323
Male200420
Male200515
Male200621
Male200721
Male200813
Male200921
Male201015
Male201121
Male201219
Male201313
Male20149
Male201519
Male201613
Male201714
Female199314
Female199415
Female199511
Female199618
Female199715
Female199823
Female199915
Female200015
Female200111
Female200214
Female200316
Female200416
Female200514
Female200613
Female200718
Female200814
Female200916
Female20105
Female201113
Female201218
Female201320
Female201422
Female201518
Female20167
Female201715

Data Source

Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology


Number of Tuberculosis Cases by Age Group, Utah, 1993-2017

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Age: <15, 15-24, 25-44, 45-64, 65+YearNumber of Cases
Record Count: 125
<1519931
<1519947
<1519953
<1519965
<1519978
<1519982
<1519993
<1520001
<1520013
<1520022
<1520037
<1520043
<1520054
<1520066
<1520072
<1520081
<1520094
<1520100
<1520112
<1520121
<1520133
<1520142
<1520157
<1520162
<1520177
15-2419935
15-24199410
15-2419950
15-2419965
15-2419973
15-2419982
15-2419993
15-2420007
15-2420015
15-2420024
15-2420035
15-2420046
15-2420053
15-2420064
15-24200710
15-2420086
15-2420094
15-2420101
15-2420115
15-2420122
15-2420133
15-2420142
15-2420155
15-2420162
15-2420172
25-44199315
25-44199414
25-44199520
25-44199619
25-4419979
25-44199824
25-4419999
25-44200015
25-44200110
25-44200212
25-44200310
25-44200414
25-44200510
25-44200612
25-44200713
25-4420086
25-44200919
25-4420109
25-44201112
25-44201215
25-44201315
25-44201411
25-44201511
25-4420164
25-44201711
45-64199311
45-64199414
45-64199510
45-64199617
45-64199710
45-64199812
45-64199913
45-64200018
45-64200111
45-6420029
45-6420039
45-6420047
45-6420059
45-6420069
45-6420078
45-6420085
45-6420095
45-6420106
45-6420117
45-64201211
45-6420137
45-6420149
45-64201511
45-6420163
45-6420178
65+199314
65+199410
65+199515
65+199612
65+19976
65+199812
65+199912
65+20008
65+20016
65+20024
65+20038
65+20046
65+20053
65+20063
65+20076
65+20089
65+20095
65+20104
65+20118
65+20128
65+20135
65+20147
65+20153
65+20169
65+20171

Data Notes

Age at report.

Data Source

Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology


Tuberculosis Rates by Race/Ethnicity, Utah, Five-Year Average, 2013-2017

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Race/EthnicityCases per 100,000 Population
Record Count: 7
American Indian, Alaskan Native2.7
Asian10.1
Black, African American10.2
Hispanic, Latino3.3
Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander7.2
White0.2
All Races/Ethnicities1.0

Data Sources

  • Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology
  • Population Estimates by Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin for Counties in Utah, U.S. Bureau of the Census, IBIS Version 2016


Number of Tuberculosis Cases by Race/Ethnicity, Utah, 2002-2017

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Race/EthnicityYearNumber of Cases
Record Count: 96
American Indian/Native Alaskan20023
American Indian/Native Alaskan20031
American Indian/Native Alaskan20041
American Indian/Native Alaskan20052
American Indian/Native Alaskan20061
American Indian/Native Alaskan20071
American Indian/Native Alaskan20081
American Indian/Native Alaskan20090
American Indian/Native Alaskan20101
American Indian/Native Alaskan20113
American Indian/Native Alaskan20124
American Indian/Native Alaskan20130
American Indian/Native Alaskan20141
American Indian/Native Alaskan20150
American Indian/Native Alaskan20162
American Indian/Native Alaskan20171
Asian20024
Asian20039
Asian20048
Asian20053
Asian20066
Asian200712
Asian20086
Asian200911
Asian20103
Asian201111
Asian201211
Asian20138
Asian20148
Asian201510
Asian20164
Asian20175
Black20021
Black20038
Black20045
Black20052
Black20066
Black20074
Black20083
Black20093
Black20105
Black20114
Black20123
Black20135
Black20144
Black20154
Black20161
Black20172
Hispanic20028
Hispanic200313
Hispanic200410
Hispanic200514
Hispanic200613
Hispanic200715
Hispanic200810
Hispanic200915
Hispanic20107
Hispanic201110
Hispanic201211
Hispanic201313
Hispanic201413
Hispanic201518
Hispanic20168
Hispanic201715
Pacific Islander20022
Pacific Islander20031
Pacific Islander20043
Pacific Islander20050
Pacific Islander20063
Pacific Islander20073
Pacific Islander20081
Pacific Islander20093
Pacific Islander20100
Pacific Islander20112
Pacific Islander20122
Pacific Islander20132
Pacific Islander20140
Pacific Islander20151
Pacific Islander20163
Pacific Islander20174
White200213
White20037
White20049
White20058
White20065
White20074
White20086
White20095
White20104
White20114
White20126
White20135
White20145
White20154
White20162
White20172

Data Notes

Prior to 2002, Asians and Pacific Islanders were combined into one race category.

Data Source

Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology


Tuberculosis: Percentage of Cases Among Non-US-born Persons, Utah, 2013-2017

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YearPercentage of Cases
Record Count: 5
201381.8%
201487.1%
201575.7%
201675.0%
201775.8%

Data Notes

Non-US-born persons were born outside the 50 states or the District of Columbia and who did not have at least one parent who was a US citizen.

Data Source

Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology


Number of Tuberculosis Cases by Substance Abuse, Utah, 1993-2017

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TB Risk FactorYearNumber of Cases
Record Count: 75
Excess Alcohol19939
Excess Alcohol19947
Excess Alcohol19959
Excess Alcohol19969
Excess Alcohol19978
Excess Alcohol19985
Excess Alcohol19998
Excess Alcohol20008
Excess Alcohol20015
Excess Alcohol20022
Excess Alcohol20034
Excess Alcohol20047
Excess Alcohol20052
Excess Alcohol20062
Excess Alcohol20075
Excess Alcohol20081
Excess Alcohol20092
Excess Alcohol20102
Excess Alcohol20113
Excess Alcohol20121
Excess Alcohol20131
Excess Alcohol20140
Excess Alcohol20154
Excess Alcohol20161
Excess Alcohol20171
IV Drug Use19930
IV Drug Use19943
IV Drug Use19956
IV Drug Use19963
IV Drug Use19974
IV Drug Use19983
IV Drug Use19992
IV Drug Use20004
IV Drug Use20012
IV Drug Use20020
IV Drug Use20030
IV Drug Use20040
IV Drug Use20051
IV Drug Use20060
IV Drug Use20072
IV Drug Use20080
IV Drug Use20090
IV Drug Use20100
IV Drug Use20110
IV Drug Use20120
IV Drug Use20130
IV Drug Use20140
IV Drug Use20150
IV Drug Use20160
IV Drug Use20170
Non-IV Drug Use19933
Non-IV Drug Use19943
Non-IV Drug Use19958
Non-IV Drug Use19965
Non-IV Drug Use19976
Non-IV Drug Use19984
Non-IV Drug Use19993
Non-IV Drug Use20003
Non-IV Drug Use20011
Non-IV Drug Use20021
Non-IV Drug Use20030
Non-IV Drug Use20042
Non-IV Drug Use20050
Non-IV Drug Use20061
Non-IV Drug Use20071
Non-IV Drug Use20080
Non-IV Drug Use20091
Non-IV Drug Use20101
Non-IV Drug Use20110
Non-IV Drug Use20120
Non-IV Drug Use20130
Non-IV Drug Use20140
Non-IV Drug Use20150
Non-IV Drug Use20160
Non-IV Drug Use20170

Data Notes

A given case may have no risk factors or may have multiple risk factors. Substance abuse is in the 12 months prior to TB diagnosis.

Data Source

Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology


Number of Tuberculosis Cases by Homelessness and HIV Coinfection, Utah, 1993-2017

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TB Risk FactorYearNumber of Cases
Record Count: 50
Homeless199310
Homeless199412
Homeless19955
Homeless19966
Homeless19976
Homeless19988
Homeless19995
Homeless20008
Homeless20015
Homeless20023
Homeless20031
Homeless20045
Homeless20051
Homeless20061
Homeless20072
Homeless20080
Homeless20090
Homeless20100
Homeless20112
Homeless20121
Homeless20131
Homeless20141
Homeless20152
Homeless20161
Homeless20170
HIV/AIDS19934
HIV/AIDS19945
HIV/AIDS19953
HIV/AIDS19969
HIV/AIDS19973
HIV/AIDS19984
HIV/AIDS19993
HIV/AIDS20003
HIV/AIDS20012
HIV/AIDS20020
HIV/AIDS20031
HIV/AIDS20042
HIV/AIDS20053
HIV/AIDS20061
HIV/AIDS20071
HIV/AIDS20081
HIV/AIDS20091
HIV/AIDS20100
HIV/AIDS20111
HIV/AIDS20122
HIV/AIDS20131
HIV/AIDS20142
HIV/AIDS20151
HIV/AIDS20160
HIV/AIDS20173

Data Notes

A given case may have no risk factors or may have multiple risk factors. Homeless cases are those who experienced homelessness in the 12 months prior to TB diagnosis.

Data Source

Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology


Number of Tuberculosis Cases by Site of Disease, Utah, 1993-2017

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Pulmonary, Extra-Pulmonary, BothYearNumber of Cases
Record Count: 69
Pulmonary199338
Pulmonary199441
Pulmonary199542
Pulmonary199647
Pulmonary199729
Pulmonary199839
Pulmonary199923
Pulmonary200031
Pulmonary200123
Pulmonary200217
Pulmonary200328
Pulmonary200423
Pulmonary200519
Pulmonary200618
Pulmonary200722
Pulmonary200818
Pulmonary200919
Pulmonary20109
Pulmonary201113
Pulmonary201221
Pulmonary201315
Pulmonary201416
Pulmonary201523
Pulmonary201614
Pulmonary201712
Extra-pulmonary19939
Extra-pulmonary199415
Extra-pulmonary19956
Extra-pulmonary199611
Extra-pulmonary19977
Extra-pulmonary199813
Extra-pulmonary199912
Extra-pulmonary200012
Extra-pulmonary20017
Extra-pulmonary200210
Extra-pulmonary20039
Extra-pulmonary200412
Extra-pulmonary20057
Extra-pulmonary200610
Extra-pulmonary200710
Extra-pulmonary20082
Extra-pulmonary200913
Extra-pulmonary20108
Extra-pulmonary201116
Extra-pulmonary201212
Extra-pulmonary201311
Extra-pulmonary201411
Extra-pulmonary201510
Extra-pulmonary20165
Extra-pulmonary201712
Both19995
Both20006
Both20015
Both20024
Both20032
Both20041
Both20053
Both20066
Both20077
Both20087
Both20095
Both20103
Both20115
Both20124
Both20137
Both20144
Both20154
Both20161
Both20175

Data Notes

Prior to 1999, persons with TB were classified as having either pulmonary or extrapulmonary disease; there was no third category for persons having both types of disease. Pulmonary - TB in the lung; Extra-pulmonary - TB in other body part.

Data Source

Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology


Number of Tuberculosis Cases by Drug Resistance, Utah, 1993-2017

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Resistant to 1 or More Drugs; Resistant to at least INH; MDR TBYearNumber of Cases
Record Count: 111
1 Plus19936
1 Plus19947
1 Plus19957
1 Plus19965
1 Plus19971
1 Plus19987
1 Plus19996
1 Plus200012
1 Plus20019
1 Plus20025
1 Plus20033
1 Plus20047
1 Plus20051
1 Plus20066
1 Plus20073
1 Plus20082
1 Plus20096
1 Plus20106
1 Plus20114
1 Plus20122
1 Plus20133
1 Plus20142
1 Plus20155
1 Plus20163
1 Plus20172
INH19934
INH19943
INH19952
INH19962
INH19971
INH19983
INH19991
INH20007
INH20012
INH20021
INH20032
INH20044
INH20050
INH20063
INH20072
INH20081
INH20094
INH20106
INH20113
INH20122
INH20130
INH20141
INH20154
INH20162
INH20171
MDR TB19931
MDR TB19942
MDR TB19950
MDR TB19961
MDR TB19970
MDR TB19980
MDR TB19990
MDR TB20001
MDR TB20010
MDR TB20020
MDR TB20031
MDR TB20040
MDR TB20050
MDR TB20060
MDR TB20071
MDR TB20081
MDR TB20091
MDR TB20102
MDR TB20111
MDR TB20121
MDR TB20130
MDR TB20141
MDR TB20151
MDR TB20161
MDR TB20170

Data Notes

"1-Plus" = Resistant to at least one drug [[br]] "INH" = Resistant to at least Isoniazid (INH) [[br]] "MDR TB" = Multidrug Resistant TB, which is defined as ''M. tuberculosis'' that is resistant to at least INH and Rifampin (RIF). [[br]] [[br]] A TB case can be resistant to more than one drug.

Data Source

Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology


Tuberculosis Cases: Percentage Who Completed Therapy in One Year, Utah, 1996-2016

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YearPercentage of Cases
Record Count: 21
199684
199777
199877
199974
200074
200182
200297
200397
2004100
200593
200684
200794
200896
2009100
2010100
2011100
201297
2013100
2014100
201594
201694

Data Notes

For TB patients for whom indicated length of therapy was 12 months or less and who started treatment. Excludes patients who died within 366 days of initiating treatment. From 2009, patients who moved out of the United States within 366 days of initiating treatment are also excluded if treatment was not completed.

Data Source

Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology


Tuberculosis Cases by Local Health District, Utah 2013-2017

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YearLocal Health DistrictNumber of Cass
Record Count: 65
2013Bear River1
2013Central0
2013Davis County1
2013Salt Lake County23
2013San Juan0
2013Southeast0
2013Southwest0
2013Summit0
2013Tooele0
2013TriCounty2
2013Utah County1
2013Wasatch0
2013Weber-Morgan5
2014Bear River1
2014Central1
2014Davis County0
2014Salt Lake County24
2014San Juan0
2014Southeast0
2014Southwest3
2014Summit0
2014Tooele0
2014TriCounty1
2014Utah County0
2014Wasatch0
2014Weber-Morgan1
2015Bear River1
2015Central0
2015Davis County0
2015Salt Lake County31
2015San Juan0
2015Southeast0
2015Southwest1
2015Summit0
2015Tooele0
2015TriCounty0
2015Utah County2
2015Wasatch1
2015Weber-Morgan1
2016Bear River1
2016Central0
2016Davis County2
2016Salt Lake County14
2016San Juan1
2016Southeast0
2016Southwest0
2016Summit0
2016Tooele0
2016TriCounty0
2016Utah County1
2016Wasatch0
2016Weber-Morgan1
2017Bear River0
2017Central0
2017Davis County3
2017Salt Lake County22
2017San Juan0
2017Southeast0
2017Southwest1
2017Summit0
2017Tooele0
2017TriCounty0
2017Utah County3
2017Wasatch0
2017Weber-Morgan0

Data Notes

Prior to 2015 San Juan County was part of the Southeast Local Health District. In 2015 the San Juan County Local Health District was formed. Data reported are for all years using the current boundaries.

Data Source

Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology

References and Community Resources

INTERNET RESOURCES FOR TUBERCULOSIS: American Thoracic Society[[br]] [http://www.thoracic.org] Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Tuberculosis Elimination[[br]] [http://www.cdc.gov/tb] EthnoMed[[br]] [http://www.ethnomed.org] Francis J. Curry National Tuberculosis Center[[br]] [http://www.currytbcenter.ucsf.edu] Heartland National Tuberculosis Center[[br]] [http://www.heartlandntbc.org] International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease[[br]] [http://www.theunion.org] National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health[[br]] [http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/tb/] National Jewish Medical and Research Center[[br]] [http://www.nationaljewish.org] National Library of Medicine[[br]] [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/PubMed/] Occupational Safety and Health Administration[[br]] [http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/tuberculosis/index.html] Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center[[br]] [http://sntc.medicine.ufl.edu] Utah Department of Health, Treatment and Care Services Program[[br]] [http://health.utah.gov/epi/diseases/TB] WHO Global TB Programme[[br]] [http://www.who.int/tb/en/]

More Resources and Links

Evidence-based community health improvement ideas and interventions may be found at the following sites:

Additional indicator data by state and county may be found on these Websites:

Medical literature can be queried at the PubMed website.

For an on-line medical dictionary, click on this Dictionary link.

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