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  • Figure 1. Number of Tuberculosis Cases: California, 1930-2007Number of Tuberculosis Cases19801992198219841986198819961998200020022004199419902006Year

  • Figure 2. Number of Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates: California, 1998-2007Number of CasesCase Rate per 100,000

  • Figure 3. Tuberculosis Cases by Race/Ethnicity: California, 2007Asian/Pacific Islander1,262 (46.3%)Hispanic993 (36.4%)Unknown10 (0.4%)Black 217 (8.0%)American Indian/Alaska Native6 (0.2%)White237 (8.7%)

  • Figure 4. Tuberculosis Case Rates by Race/Ethnicity: California, 1998-2007Cases per 100,000 Asian/Pacific IslanderBlackHispanicAmerican Indian/Alaska NativeWhite

  • Figure 5. Tuberculosis Cases in Foreign-born and U.S.-born Persons: California, 1998-2007Number of CasesPercent of Cases

  • Figure 6. Tuberculosis Cases by Country of Origin: California, 2007U.S.-born590 (21.7%)Foreign-born2,113 (77.5%)Unknown22 (0.8%)Philippines477 (22.6%)Mexico603 (28.5%)All Others776 (36.7%)Vietnam257 (12.2%)

  • Figure 7. Tuberculosis Cases in Persons 0-4 Years of Age: California, 1998-2007Number of CasesPercent of Cases

  • Figure 8. Tuberculosis Cases by Verification Criteria: California, 2007Provider Diagnosis201 (7.4%) Positive Culture2,189 (80.3%)Clinical Case326 (12.0%)Positive Smear9 (0.3%)

  • Figure 9. Deaths in Persons with Tuberculosis: California, 1996-2005Percent of Cases Number of Deaths

  • Figure 10. Tuberculosis Cases by AIDS Diagnosis*: California, 1995-2004Number of Cases with AIDSPercent of Cases with AIDS* Match found in AIDS Case Registry, California Office of AIDS.

  • Figure 11. AIDS-associated Tuberculosis* by Race/Ethnicity: California, 1995-2004Number of Cases with AIDSHispanicBlackWhiteAsian/Pacific IslanderAmerican Indian/Alaska Native* Match found in AIDS Case Registry, California Office of AIDS.

  • Figure 12. Tuberculosis Cases with Multidrug-resistance (MDR) on Initial or Final Drug Susceptibility Testing*: California, 1996-2005Number of MDR Tuberculosis Cases*Cases with resistance to at least isoniazid and rifampin reported on the Initial Drug Susceptibility Report (Follow-up 1) or on the Case Completion Report (Follow-up 2). 484739423538433441351996199719981999200020012002200320042005

  • Figure 13. Tuberculosis Cases with Initial Multidrug-resistance (MDR)*: California, 2003-2007*Cases with initial drug resistance to at least isoniazid and rifampin.Long BeachPasadenaBerkeleySan Francisco 25 Cases15-24 Cases5-14 Cases1-4 CasesNoneInitial MDR Cases:2003-2007

  • Figure 14. Tuberculosis Cases1 by Outcome of Therapy: California, 2005Completed Therapy 12 Months1,975 (70.0%)Completed Therapy >12 Months315 (11.2%)Moved2219 (7.8%)Died204 (7.2%)Lost337 (1.3%)Refused16 (0.6%)Other15 (0.5%)1 Patient alive at diagnosis and started on an initial drug regimen of one or more drugs.2 Patient moved to another jurisdiction with a known forwarding address before treatment was completed.3 Patient could not be located prior to the completion of treatment.No Info42 (1.5%)

  • Figure 15. Outcome in Tuberculosis Cases for Whom One Year or Less of Treatment was Indicated1: California, 2005Completed Therapy 12 Months1,964 (71.8%)Completed Therapy >12 Months274 (10.0%)Moved2207 (7.6%)Died191 (7.0%) Lost3 37 (1.4%)Refused15 (0.5%)Other15 (0.5%)NoInformation 34 (1.2%)1 Excludes cases with rifampin resistant disease, cases with meningeal disease, and cases less than 15 years of age with disseminated tuberculosis disease.2Moved to another jurisdiction with a known forwarding address before treatment was completed.3 Patient could not be located prior to the completion of treatment.

  • Figure 16. Outcome in Tuberculosis Cases for Whom Greater than One Year of Treatment was Indicated1: California, 2005Completed Therapy 12 Months11 (12.8%)Completed Therapy >12 Months41 (47.7%)Moved212 (14.0%)Died13 (15.1%) NoInformation 8 (9.3%)1Includes cases with rifampin resistant disease, cases with meningeal disease, and cases less than 15 years of age with disseminated tuberculosis disease. 2 Patient moved to another jurisdiction with a known forwarding address before treatment was completed.3 Patient could not be located prior to the completion of treatment.Refused1 (1.2%)

  • Figure 17. Completion of Tuberculosis Therapy: California,1996-2005Note: Excludes cases with rifampin resistant disease, cases with meningeal disease, cases less than 15 years of age with disseminated tuberculosis disease, and those that died during treatment.

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