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  1. TUBERCULOSIS INSOUTH CAROLINA Shea Rabley, RN, MN, Director TB Control Division South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control

  2. Tuberculosis, an airborne communicable disease caused by mycobacterium tuberculosis, is primarily found in the lungs (pulmonary) but the bacteria can attack and cause disease in any part of the body (extrapulmonary). Transmission occurs by the expectoration of droplets into the air from a person with active pulmonary disease and the subsequent inhalation of the aeroslized droplets by another person. This can occur while talking, singing, sneezing or coughing. General Information about Tuberculosis

  3. Once a person is exposed and becomes infected, the TB bacilli can remain dominant in the body (latent TB infection or LTBI) or it can progress to active TB disease. LTBI progresses to active TB disease in ~10% of these persons within the first 2 years. The rest remain at risk for life. For persons with a weakened immune system from HIV, other medical conditions or drugs that affect the immune system, the risk of progression is increased greatly and this risk remains higher year after year than it does for others.

  4. TREATMENT TB infection requires the use of 1-2 drugs for 6 – 9 months for treatment completion. TB disease requires treatment with 4 or more drugs for the initial 2 months and then 2 drugs for 4 – 7 more months for a total of 6 – 9 months. Drug resistant TB (MDR-TB or XDR-TB) requires treatment with sensitive drugs for 12 – 24 months.

  5. Reported TB Cases United States, 1982–2010* No. of Cases Year *Updated as of July 21, 2011

  6. TB Case Rates*United States, 2010 D.C. < 3.6 (2010 national average) >3.6 *Cases per 100,000.

  7. Percentage of TB Cases Among Foreign-born Persons, United States* 2000 2010 DC DC >50% 25%–49% *Updated as of July 21, 2011 <25%

  8. Reported TB CasesSouth Carolina, 2001 - 2010 Case trend over 10 years

  9. South Carolina Tuberculosis Case Rates* 2010 Region 2 Cherokee York Spartanburg Pickens Greenville Oconee Union Chester Lancaster Chesterfield Region 3 Marlboro Anderson Region 1 Laurens Region 4 Dillon Fairfield Kershaw Darlington Newberry Abbeville Lee Greenwood Marion Richland Florence Saluda Lexington McCormick Sumter Horry Edgefield 0 Region 6 Clarendon Calhoun Region 5 Williamsburg Aiken Georgetown Orangeburg 0.1- 3.0 Barnwell Bamberg Berkeley Region 7 Dorchester 3.1- 4.0 Allendale Colleton Region 8 Charleston Hampton 4.1 – 6.0 Jasper Beaufort 6.1 – 10.0 >10.1 3.8 - 2009 National Case Rate 3.4 - 2010 SC Case Rate *Cases per 100,000 population

  10. TB CASES BY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN South Carolina 2010

  11. TB CASES ETHNICITY South Carolina 2010

  12. TB CASES BY RACE South Carolina 2010

  13. N = 153 Cases TB CASES BY AGE GROUPSouth Carolina 2010

  14. TB CASES BY SEX South Carolina 2010

  15. HIGHEST TB INCIDENCE COUNTIESSouth Carolina 2010

  16. TB CASES WITH DRUG RESISTANCESouth Carolina2006-2010

  17. For TB Control Activities:Absence of proof is not proof of absence…..When you near the elimination of your disease, your funding will be eliminated.

  18. The TB Control Program takes the charge of the Division seriously – protecting the public of South Carolina from the infectious, communicable pulmonary disease, tuberculosis. Questions? Call 803-898-0558.