Reported Tuberculosis in the United States, 2017

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Table 44. Tuberculosis Cases and Percentages, by Initial Drug Regimen: Reporting Areas, 2017

Table 44. Tuberculosis Cases and Percentages, by Initial Drug Regimen: Reporting Areas, 2017
Reporting Area Total Cases Cases in Persons Alive at Diagnosis Cases with Information on Initial Drug Regimen1 Percent of Cases in Persons with Initial Drug Regimen2
No. (%) Multi 4+ Drug Regimen3 IRZE4
United States 9,105 8,909 8,898 (99.9) (10.2) (83.2)
Alabama 120 118 118 (100.0) (12.7) (84.7)
Alaska 53 53 53 (100.0) (1.9) (92.5)
Arizona 188 184 184 (100.0) (4.3) (93.5)
Arkansas 85 85 84 (98.8) (7.1) (82.1)
California 2,057 2,012 2,012 (100.0) (8.4) (86.0)
Colorado 84 82 82 (100.0) (6.1) (76.8)
Connecticut 63 61 61 (100.0) (59.0) (37.7)
Delaware 15 15 15 (100.0) (53.3) (40.0)
District of Columbia 36 34 34 (100.0) (0.0) (94.1)
Florida 549 541 541 (100.0) (7.4) (87.1)
Georgia 294 285 285 (100.0) (56.8) (35.4)
Hawaii 116 115 115 (100.0) (4.3) (88.7)
Idaho 10 10 10 (100.0) (20.0) (80.0)
Illinois 335 324 324 (100.0) (7.1) (86.4)
Indiana 100 100 100 (100.0) (3.0) (91.0)
Iowa 47 46 46 (100.0) (2.2) (97.8)
Kansas 29 28 28 (100.0) (3.6) (96.4)
Kentucky 65 62 62 (100.0) (11.3) (83.9)
Louisiana 141 139 137 (98.6) (1.5) (92.7)
Maine 14 14 14 (100.0) (21.4) (71.4)
Maryland 207 203 203 (100.0) (11.8) (86.7)
Massachusetts 210 209 209 (100.0) (12.4) (84.2)
Michigan 133 131 130 (99.2) (3.8) (93.1)
Minnesota 178 177 177 (100.0) (9.0) (76.8)
Mississippi 53 53 53 (100.0) (3.8) (75.5)
Missouri 87 80 80 (100.0) (11.3) (83.8)
Montana 3 3 3 (100.0) (0.0) (100.0)
Nebraska 21 20 18 (90.0) (27.8) (66.7)
Nevada 80 78 78 (100.0) (2.6) (96.2)
New Hampshire 19 19 19 (100.0) (21.1) (68.4)
New Jersey 284 279 276 (98.9) (6.2) (87.0)
New  Mexico 37 34 32 (94.1) (9.4) (81.3)
New York State5 193 191 191 (100.0) (6.8) (85.3)
New York City 613 599 599 (100.0) (10.7) (84.3)
North Carolina 213 207 207 (100.0) (7.7) (89.4)
North Dakota 14 14 14 (100.0) (28.6) (71.4)
Ohio 151 147 147 (100.0) (15.6) (79.6)
Oklahoma 54 53 53 (100.0) (17.0) (69.8)
Oregon 69 69 69 (100.0) (7.2) (88.4)
Pennsylvania 192 181 181 (100.0) (12.2) (83.4)
Rhode Island 13 12 12 (100.0) (8.3) (75.0)
South Carolina 101 98 98 (100.0) (20.4) (73.5)
South Dakota 14 12 12 (100.0) (50.0) (41.7)
Tennessee 128 124 124 (100.0) (5.6) (91.9)
Texas 1,127 1,104 1,104 (100.0) (4.5) (81.8)
Utah 29 29 29 (100.0) (0.0) (96.6)
Vermont 3 3 3 (100.0) (0.0) (100.0)
Virginia 204 202 202 (100.0) (4.0) (95.5)
Washington 207 204 204 (100.0) (22.5) (72.1)
West Virginia 16 15 15 (100.0) (0.0) (86.7)
Wisconsin 49 49 49 (100.0) (14.3) (83.7)
Wyoming 2 2 2 (100.0) (0.0) (100.0)
American Samoa6 2 2 2 (100.0) (0.0) (50.0)
Fed. States of Micronesia6 143 143 143 (100.0) (0.7) (99.3)
Guam6 84 83 82 (98.8) (4.9) (93.9)
Marshall Islands6 187 183 183 (100.0) (2.7) (96.7)
N. Mariana Islands6 36 36 36 (100.0) (80.6) (16.7)
Puerto Rico6 40 37 37 (100.0) (8.1) (91.9)
Republic of Palau6 20 20 20 (100.0) (0.0) (100.0)
U.S. Virgin Islands6 0 0 0

1Includes persons who were alive at diagnosis and did not have an unknown drug regimen.
2Overall U.S. percentage based on 52 reporting areas (50 states, New York City, and the District of Columbia).
3Indicates at least a four drug regimen that is not IRZE only
4I, isoniazid; R, rifampin; Z, pyrazinamide; E, ethambutol. Cases with other drugs prescribed in addition to these drugs are excluded.
5Excludes New York City.
6Not included in U.S. totals.
Note: Excluding cases with no information on drug regimen, 113 (1.3%) persons were not started on any drugs and 10 (0.1%) were started on one drug.
Ellipses (…) indicate that the percentage cannot be calculated, and the denominator is 0. 

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