T. Sinha, A.K. Bansal, B. Baghel, K. Singh, A. Bansal, S. Singh, S. Kashyap, P. Shrivastav, V.C.Yadav, K. Dhruv, H.B. Rathi, A. Rathore, R.P. Gupta, V.K.S. Chauhan
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Deptt . of Community Medicine, Govt. Medical College, Jagdatpur (Bastar) C.G.
Raipur Homeopathic Medical College, Raipur
Govt. Aayurvedic Medical College, Raipur
Volume - 23,
Issue - 1,
Year - 2010
On analysis of the collected data, it was revealed that 59.85% patients belong to most economically productive age group. Education has direct impact on disease burden because as literacy status goes up percentage of T. B. patients comes down. As far as religion wise 96.12% patients belong to Hindu community. Over all it has been revealed that low socio- economic status also play an important role in the spread of disease.
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Sinha, Bansal, Baghel, Singh, Bansal, Singh, Kashyap, Shrivastav, Yadav, Dhruv, Rathi, Rathore, Gupta, and Chauhan (2010). Epidemiological Analysis of Tuberculous Patients Attending Microscopic Centers, Raipur (C.G.). Journal of Ravishankar University (Part-B: Science), 23(1), pp. 40-42.