Prevalence and associated factors of tuberculosis and diabetes mellitus comorbidity: A systematic review.

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diabetes mellitus 69 Title: PLoS ONEPrevalence and associated factors of tuberculosis and diabetes mellitus comorbidity: A systematic reviewAlternative Title: Tuberculosis and diabetes mellitus comorbidity systematic
diabetes mellitus 155 tuberculosis and diabetes mellitus comorbidity: A systematic reviewAlternative Title: Tuberculosis and diabetes mellitus comorbidity systematic reviewMahteme Haile WorknehGunnar Aksel BjuneSolomon Abebe Yimer [1]Institute
diabetes mellitus 775 4/2017Publication date (collection): /2017AbstractIntroductionThe dual burden of tuberculosis (TB) and diabetes mellitus (DM) has become a major global public health concern. There is mounting evidence from different countries
diabetes mellitus 14820 combination and studies that did not report methods of TB screening10 = low risk, 1 = high risk, DM = diabetes mellitus , TB = tuberculosis, WHO = World Health Organization, PCR = Polymerase chain reaction, Xpert MTB/RIF-TB
diabetes mellitus 17553 Fig 1.10.1371/journal.pone.0175925.g001Fig 1Flow diagram of searched articles.TB: tuberculosis, DM: diabetes mellitus , MDR: multi drug resistance.The 94 studies selected for final analysis had applied different study designs.
diabetes mellitus 34770 studies resultsθ = the types of DM status information for 34 (50%) patients was not documentedDM = diabetes mellitus , TB = tuberculosis, NNS = number needed to screen, NR = not reported, C.I. = confidence interval.Prevalence
diabetes mellitus 43282 to treatmentθ = being in prison shelter, orphanage and psychiatric hospitalTB = tuberculosis, DM = diabetes mellitus , BMI = body mass index, HIV = human immune-deficiency virus, PTB = pulmonary tuberculosis, EPTB = extra
diabetes mellitus 53554 Prisma ChecklistThis is prisima checklist for the prevalence and associated factors of tuberculosis and diabetes mellitus comorbidity: a systematic review.(DOCX)Click here for additional data file.S1 TableAssessment of risk
hyperglycemia 48685 control is difficult and poor glycemic control may predispose DM patients to TB disease. In addition, hyperglycemia may provide a conducive environment for bacterial growth and increased virulence of various organisms
obesity 47948 as well as low risk factor for TBDM comorbid conditions. Previous studies showed that overweight and obesity were risk factors for DM but were protective against TB disease. However, weight loss due to poorly
obesity 52927 sex, older age, urban residence, illicit drug use, alcoholism, cigarette smoking, sedentary lifestyle, obesity , HIV coinfection, hypertension, long duration of pre-existing DM, poor glycemic control, being a PTB

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