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Emerging

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treatment outcomes of
hiv-negative new ptbm+ patients in tb network, 2005-2009

design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
A patient whose
treatment was interrupted
for 2 month or more
consecutive month for any
reasons or adverse events.
Definition of defaulted patients
1. Miss Fartima Yeemard ID : 5731804052
2. Miss Paradee Artnoi ID : 5731804053
3. Mr.Wiwattanakan Kampang ID : 5731804069
4. Miss Sirilak Phanpuech ID : 5731804072
5. Miss Suttida Chaisinlapin ID : 5731804074
6. Miss Kamonwan Kunlawat ID : 5731804098
7. Miss Janyaporn Benjawan ID : 5731804100
8. Miss Thiptanya Boonsingma ID : 5731804103
9. Miss Pannatta Khonsom ID : 5731804110
Group member
Figure of Treatment outcomes of HIV-negative new PTBM+ patients in TB network,2005-2009
1. Individual : low income, low education, financial problem and running out of drug.
2. Loss of follow up.
3. Side effect of drug : vomiting, rash and drug fever.
4. Lack of social support and inability to afford services
5. Poor service provider attitudes.
Factors related to defaulted
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In 2005 found that the rate of success of treatment equal 79%, the rate of died equal 6%, the rate of default equal 10%, the rate of transferred patient equal 3% and the rate of failure equal 2%.
In 2006 found that the rate of success of treatment equal 80%, the rate of died equal 6%, the rate of default equal 8%, the rate of transferred patient equal 4% and the rate of failure equal 2%.
In 2007 found that the rate of success of treatment equal 82%, the rate of died equal 6%, the rate of default equal 7%, the rate of transferred patient equal 3% and the rate of failure equal 2%.


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In 2008 found that the rate of success of treatment equal 81%, the rate of died equal 6%, the rate of default equal 6%, the rate of transferred patient equal 5% and the rate of failure equal 2%.
In 2009 found that the rate of success of treatment equal 83%, the rate of died equal 7%, the rate of default equal 5%, the rate of transferred patient equal 3% and the rate of failure equal 2%.

From the data, 2005 -2009 found that maximum rate of success of treatment equal 83%, maximum rate of died equal 7%, maximum rate of failed equal 2%, maximum rate of transferred patients equal 5% and maximum rate of default equal 10%. But the rate of default in each years have decreased and still more than the goal of Ministry of Public Health that has determined the maximum rate of default of Tuberculosis patients equal 3%.
Although, the rate of default has more than the goal but the rate of success of treatment in each year's still has higher than other rate. In the future, the rate of default may decrease close to 0% and rate of success of treatment may increase close to 100%
Method to solving defaulted of TB patient
1. Created policy for the TB patients in province, district and subdistrict.
- Directly Observed Treatment-Short course [DOTS] such as village health volunteer to follow up the patient in community about the medicine and take care of themselves.
2. Health service
- Improving equity in health care system.
- Appropriate the budget for require of population.
- Have the agency resbonsible of TB.
- Sufficient medication are available to treat the
TB patient.
Method to solving the defaulted of
TB patient [Cont.]
3. Social capital
- Family, Friends, Community and health care system
help to support the TB patient.
4. Individual
- Take medications regularly and do not stop medicine
by themselves
- Medical appointment
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