The principles of tuberculosis control in Morocco: report presented by French Residency General, Morocco
World Health Assembly, 6. (1953). The principles of tuberculosis control in Morocco: report presented by French Residency General, Morocco. World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/102973
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Report on the second interregional meeting of the maghreb tuberculosis control initiative. Rabat, Morocco, 4-6 May 2000 World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (WHO-EM/TUB/228/E/L, 2001)
Slama, K.; Tachfouti, N.; Obtel, M.; Nejjari, C. (2013)Interruption in tuberculosis [TB] treatment still remains the most important challenge for control of the disease. This study aimed to identify the determinants of TB treatment default in Fez, Morocco. A 1:2 pair-matched case-control study was carried out in the TB control units in Fez. Cases were defaulters to TB treatment and were matched by age and sex to non-defaulters [controls]. Of the 320 patients [108 defaulters, 212 controls], 80.6% were male. The main reason for defaulting reported by patients was the sensation of being cured. Predictive ...
Determinants of consultation, diagnosis and treatment delays among new smear-positive pulmonary tuberculosis patients in Morocco: a cross-sectional study Akrim, M.; Bennani, K.; Essolbi, A.; Sghiar, M.; Likos, A.; Benmamoun, A.; ElMenzhi, O.; Maaroufi, A. (2014)We conducted a cross-sectional survey in 2012 in 12 selected provinces and prefectures in Morocco to determine consultation delay [patient delay], diagnosis delay and treatment delay [health system delays], and factors relating to these delays. The sample included 250 eligible and consenting newly diagnosed smear-positive pulmonary tuberculosis patients who were interviewed at the time of their registration within Diagnosis of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases Reference Centers [CDTMR] or Integrated Health Centers [CSI] using a pretested and ...