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Table 40. Tuberculosis Cases and Percentages by Completion of Tuberculosis Therapy (COT): Reporting Areas, 20091

Reporting Area Total Cases Therapy ≤1 Year Indicated2,3,4 Therapy >1 Year Indicated3,5 All Drug Therapy3
No. COT ≤1 Year (%) COT(%) No. COT(%) No. COT(%)

United States

11,528

9854

(87.7)

(95.3)

629

(63.0)

10487

(93.3)

Alabama

168

146

(93.2)

(98.6)

8

(75.0)

154

(97.4)

Alaska

37

32

(84.4)

(87.5)

2

(100.0)

34

(88.2)

Arizona

232

178

(82.6)

(87.1)

29

(37.9)

207

(80.2)

Arkansas

82

59

(86.4)

(93.2)

7

(28.6)

66

(86.4)

California

2,467

2145

(83.2)

(91.9)

66

(78.8)

2212

(91.5)

Colorado

85

69

(94.2)

(100.0)

10

(60.0)

79

(94.9)

Connecticut

95

82

(86.6)

(98.8)

3

(33.3)

85

(96.5)

Delaware

19

18

(77.8)

(88.9)

0

...

18

(88.9)

District of Columbia

41

32

(81.3)

(96.9)

4

(75.0)

36

(94.4)

Florida

822

695

(93.2)

(98.3)

39

(56.4)

734

(96.0)

Georgia

412

348

(83.6)

(92.8)

26

(57.7)

374

(90.4)

Hawaii

117

96

(83.3)

(99.0)

7

(57.1)

103

(96.1)

Idaho

18

17

(94.1)

(94.1)

1

(0.0)

18

(88.9)

Illinois

418

364

(87.4)

(97.0)

25

(64.0)

389

(94.9)

Indiana

119

106

(90.6)

(97.2)

9

(77.8)

115

(95.7)

Iowa

42

39

(87.2)

(97.4)

1

(0.0)

40

(95.0)

Kansas

64

55

(100.0)

(100.0)

3

(100.0)

58

(100.0)

Kentucky

75

62

(91.9)

(96.8)

1

(100.0)

63

(96.8)

Louisiana

192

170

(86.5)

(95.3)

3

(66.7)

173

(94.8)

Maine

9

7

(100.0)

(100.0)

1

(0.0)

8

(87.5)

Maryland

218

191

(88.5)

(96.3)

13

(84.6)

204

(95.6)

Massachusetts

242

207

(83.1)

(96.6)

14

(71.4)

221

(95.0)

Michigan

144

114

(89.5)

(94.7)

12

(58.3)

126

(91.3)

Minnesota

161

146

(91.8)

(97.3)

13

(61.5)

159

(94.3)

Mississippi

121

106

(88.7)

(96.2)

5

(100.0)

111

(96.4)

Missouri

79

74

(81.1)

(91.9)

3

(66.7)

77

(90.9)

Montana

8

7

(100.0)

(100.0)

0

...

7

(100.0)

Nebraska

32

29

(86.2)

(89.7)

1

(100.0)

30

(90.0)

Nevada

106

94

(87.2)

(97.9)

6

(50.0)

100

(95.0)

New Hampshire

16

15

(93.3)

(100.0)

0

...

15

(100.0)

New Jersey

405

349

(92.6)

(97.4)

30

(60.0)

379

(94.5)

New Mexico

48

32

(90.6)

(100.0)

3

(66.7)

35

(97.1)

New York State6

246

204

(82.4)

(91.2)

14

(85.7)

221

(89.6)

New York City

759

665

(92.2)

(97.1)

27

(81.5)

692

(96.5)

North Carolina

250

221

(93.2)

(99.5)

6

(66.7)

227

(98.7)

North Dakota

5

5

(60.0)

(100.0)

0

...

5

(100.0)

Ohio

180

147

(91.2)

(95.2)

9

(88.9)

156

(94.9)

Oklahoma

102

83

(89.2)

(96.4)

1

(0.0)

84

(95.2)

Oregon

89

79

(97.5)

(100.0)

6

(83.3)

85

(98.8)

Pennsylvania

236

202

(83.7)

(95.5)

11

(81.8)

213

(94.8)

Rhode Island

24

23

(87.0)

(95.7)

1

(0.0)

24

(91.7)

South Carolina

164

137

(92.0)

(97.1)

9

(88.9)

146

(96.6)

South Dakota

18

17

(88.2)

(94.1)

0

...

17

(94.1)

Tennessee

202

176

(93.8)

(98.3)

11

(81.8)

187

(97.3)

Texas

1,501

1228

(87.6)

(95.4)

156

(51.9)

1384

(90.5)

Utah

37

28

(100.0)

(100.0)

5

(100.0)

33

(100.0)

Vermont

6

5

(80.0)

(100.0)

1

(0.0)

6

(83.3)

Virginia

271

244

(87.7)

(96.7)

11

(63.6)

255

(95.3)

Washington

256

232

(91.4)

(97.0)

12

(33.3)

244

(93.9)

West Virginia

19

16

(68.8)

(81.3)

1

(0.0)

17

(76.5)

Wisconsin

67

56

(82.1)

(96.4)

3

(66.7)

59

(94.9)

Wyoming

2

2

(50.0)

(100.0)

0

...

2

(100.0)

American Samoa7

4

3

(100.0)

(100.0)

0

...

3

(100.0)

Fed. States of Micronesia7

190

175

(82.9)

(91.4)

10

(80.0)

186

(90.3)

Guam7

102

93

(96.8)

(96.8)

4

(50.0)

97

(94.8)

Marshall Islands7

125

108

(88.9)

(91.7)

4

(75.0)

112

(91.1)

N. Mariana Islands7

32

28

(96.4)

(100.0)

1

(0.0)

29

(96.6)

Puerto Rico7

63

51

(86.3)

(86.3)

1

(100.0)

52

(86.5)

Republic of Palau7

18

15

(26.7)

(26.7)

1

(0.0)

16

(25.0)

U.S. Virgin Islands7

0

0

--

--

0

...

0

--

1 Most recent year for which data are available.

2Initial isolate susceptible to rifampin (n=7,258) or susceptibility unknown (n=187); culture negative (n=2,008); culture status unknown (n=401).

3Number of cases in persons alive at diagnosis, with an initial regimen of one or more drugs prescribed, who did not die during therapy. Percentage for U.S. based on 52 reporting areas (50 states, New York City, and the District of Columbia). Percentages shown only for reporting areas with information reported for ≥90% of cases.

4Excludes initial isolate rifampin resistant, or patient with meningeal disease, or pediatric patient (aged <15) with miliary disease or positive blood culture, and those who moved out of country during treatment.

5Initial isolate rifampin resistant, or patient with meningeal disease, or pediatric patient (aged <15) with miliary disease or positive blood culture.

6 Excludes New York City.

7Not included in U.S. totals.

Note: Ellipses indicate data not available. See Technical Notes for description of Completion of Therapy calculation

 
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