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Table 41. Tuberculosis Cases and Percentages by Completion of Tuberculosis Therapy (COT): Reporting Areas, 20081

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

12,905

11371

(84.6)

(92.7)

291

(80.4)

11705

(92.0)

Alabama

176

150

(90.0)

(94.0)

2

(100.0)

152

(94.1)

Alaska

50

45

(88.9)

(97.8)

0

...

45

(97.8)

Arizona

227

195

(72.8)

(79.5)

2

(50.0)

197

(79.2)

Arkansas

84

75

(76.0)

(88.0)

2

(100.0)

77

(88.3)

California

2,700

2390

(83.1)

(92.2)

69

(66.7)

2459

(91.5)

Colorado

103

94

(92.6)

(96.8)

4

(75.0)

98

(95.9)

Connecticut

98

88

(90.9)

(97.7)

4

(100.0)

92

(97.8)

Delaware

23

22

(81.8)

(90.9)

1

(0.0)

23

(87.0)

District of Columbia

54

49

(79.6)

(83.7)

1

(100.0)

50

(84.0)

Florida

957

826

(89.6)

(94.7)

16

(93.8)

842

(94.7)

Georgia

477

411

(86.1)

(91.2)

9

(55.6)

428

(88.8)

Hawaii

124

115

(76.5)

(93.0)

0

...

115

(93.0)

Idaho

11

11

(90.9)

(100.0)

0

...

11

(100.0)

Illinois

466

414

(84.5)

(93.2)

15

(100.0)

430

(93.3)

Indiana

118

102

(91.2)

(93.1)

1

(100.0)

103

(93.2)

Iowa

49

47

(89.4)

(93.6)

0

...

47

(93.6)

Kansas

57

54

(92.6)

(98.1)

1

(100.0)

55

(98.2)

Kentucky

101

88

(80.7)

(88.6)

1

(0.0)

89

(87.6)

Louisiana

227

210

(79.5)

(93.3)

0

...

210

(93.3)

Maine

9

8

--

--

1

--

9

--

Maryland

278

248

(89.1)

(94.4)

6

(100.0)

254

(94.5)

Massachusetts

261

235

(80.9)

(93.6)

5

(60.0)

240

(92.9)

Michigan

188

151

(80.1)

(92.1)

7

(85.7)

158

(91.8)

Minnesota

211

182

(89.6)

(95.1)

4

(100.0)

203

(87.2)

Mississippi

117

96

(92.7)

(97.9)

4

(75.0)

100

(97.0)

Missouri

107

100

(86.0)

(94.0)

2

(100.0)

102

(94.1)

Montana

9

5

(100.0)

(100.0)

0

...

5

(100.0)

Nebraska

33

30

(80.0)

(90.0)

0

...

30

(90.0)

Nevada

102

89

(83.1)

(91.0)

3

(100.0)

92

(91.3)

New Hampshire

19

17

(82.4)

(82.4)

0

...

17

(82.4)

New Jersey

422

379

(87.6)

(93.9)

11

(90.9)

390

(93.8)

New Mexico

60

48

(91.7)

(100.0)

2

(100.0)

50

(100.0)

New York State6

304

275

(85.8)

(94.9)

7

(100.0)

282

(95.0)

New York City

893

788

(88.1)

(94.9)

25

(80.0)

828

(92.8)

North Carolina

335

301

(90.0)

(97.0)

10

(90.0)

311

(96.8)

North Dakota

3

3

(33.3)

(33.3)

0

...

3

(33.3)

Ohio

213

189

(85.7)

(91.5)

5

(100.0)

194

(91.8)

Oklahoma

100

86

(76.7)

(86.0)

1

(100.0)

87

(86.2)

Oregon

75

70

(97.1)

(98.6)

1

(100.0)

71

(98.6)

Pennsylvania

387

343

(77.3)

(89.2)

8

(87.5)

353

(88.7)

Rhode Island

36

34

(85.3)

(100.0)

0

...

34

(100.0)

South Carolina

188

160

(85.0)

(93.8)

2

(100.0)

162

(93.8)

South Dakota

16

15

(93.3)

(100.0)

1

(100.0)

16

(100.0)

Tennessee

282

248

(86.7)

(94.4)

3

(66.7)

251

(94.0)

Texas

1,501

1304

(80.4)

(90.0)

42

(73.8)

1346

(89.5)

Utah

27

23

(95.7)

(95.7)

2

(100.0)

25

(96.0)

Vermont

6

5

(60.0)

(60.0)

0

...

5

(60.0)

Virginia

292

269

(83.6)

(91.4)

3

(100.0)

272

(91.5)

Washington

228

197

(90.4)

(97.5)

7

(85.7)

204

(97.1)

West Virginia

28

22

(95.5)

(100.0)

0

...

22

(100.0)

Wisconsin

68

60

(70.0)

(86.7)

1

(100.0)

61

(86.9)

Wyoming

5

5

(80.0)

(80.0)

0

...

5

(80.0)

American Samoa7

3

3

--

--

0

...

3

--

Fed. States of Micronesia7

182

157

--

--

1

--

165

--

Guam7

89

84

(92.9)

(97.6)

2

(100.0)

86

(97.7)

Marshall Islands7

128

115

(80.0)

(87.8)

2

(100.0)

120

(85.8)

N. Mariana Islands7

35

34

(70.6)

(82.4)

0

...

34

(82.4)

Puerto Rico7

95

69

(95.7)

(97.1)

1

(100.0)

70

(97.1)

Republic of Palau7

17

14

--

--

0

...

15

--

U.S. Virgin Islands7

4

4

(50.0)

(50.0)

(0.0)

...

4

(50.0)

1Most recent year for which data are available.

2Initial isolate susceptible to rifampin (n=8,543) or susceptibility unknown (n=155); culture negative (n=2,236); culture status unknown (n=437).

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.

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

6Excludes 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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