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Tuberculosis case detection rate

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Case detection rate (all forms) [also known as TB treatment coverage], percent

Tuberculosis case detection rate
The number of new and relapse cases diagnosed and treated in national TB control programmes and notified to WHO, divided by WHO's estimate of the number of incident TB cases for the same year.
Source
WHO (2023) – with minor processing by Our World in Data
Last updated
November 27, 2023
Date range
2000–2022
Unit
%

Sources and processing

This data is based on the following sources

WHO has published a global tuberculosis (TB) report every year since 1997. The report provides a comprehensive and up-to-date assessment of the TB epidemic, and of progress in prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the disease at global, regional and country levels.

Retrieved on
November 27, 2023
Citation
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Global tuberculosis report 2023. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2023.

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“Data Page: Tuberculosis case detection rate”, part of the following publication: Saloni Dattani, Fiona Spooner, Hannah Ritchie and Max Roser (2023) - “Tuberculosis”. Data adapted from WHO. Retrieved from https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/tuberculosis-case-detection-rate [online resource]
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WHO (2023) – with minor processing by Our World in Data

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WHO (2023) – with minor processing by Our World in Data. “Tuberculosis case detection rate” [dataset]. WHO, “Global Tuberculosis Report” [original data]. Retrieved June 19, 2024 from https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/tuberculosis-case-detection-rate