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Upper-Middle-Income - Number Of Prevalent Tuberculosis Cases in Bulgaria

Upper-Middle-Income - Number Of Prevalent Tuberculosis Cases in Bulgaria from 1990 to 2014
Date Value Variation
2014 2 300.00 -11.54
2013 2 600.00 -7.14
2012 2 800.00 -9.68
2011 3 100.00 -11.43
2010 3 500.00 -12.5
2009 4 000.00 -11.11
2008 4 500.00 -11.76
2007 5 100.00 -8.93
2006 5 600.00 -5.08
2005 5 900.00 -3.28

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Tuberculosis Prevalence in other Countries

Main Tuberculosis Indicators

  • Tuberculosis Incidence

    Number of new tuberculosis cases arising in a given year, expressed usually as a rate per 100,000 population or as a percentage. It is a frequently used epidemiological measure of how commonly new cases of a given disease or condition occur in a population. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Tuberculosis Prevalence

    Proportion of people in a specified population who have tuberculosis at a given point in time. It can also refer to the number of people living with tuberculosis at a given point in time. It is a frequently used epidemiological measure of how commonly a given disease or condition occurs in a population. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Tuberculosis Treatment Success Rate

    Percentage of all new tuberculosis cases (or new and relapse cases for some countries) registered under a national tuberculosis control programme in a given year that successfully completed treatment, with or without bacteriological evidence of success ("cured" and "treatment completed" respectively). Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Tuberculosis Mortality

    Number of individuals who have died due to tuberculosis in a specific year, usually expressed as a rate per 100,000 population. Based on: World Health Organization.

  • Tuberculosis Treatment Coverage

    Number of new and relapse tuberculosis cases that were notified and treated in a given year, divided by the estimated number of incident tuberculosis cases in the same year, expressed as a percentage. Based on: World Health Organization.