Experience Reduce TB in children with routine immunization in Republic of Belarus

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General characteristic of the epidemic process in Tuberculosis in the Republic of Belarus for the period 1997 to 2013. Relative incidence active Tuberculosis of the total population compared with similar mental data registered in children aged 0-17 years. The tendency of morbidity compared modified as common approaches to immunization against tuberculosis of those observed in the study period. The article also provides an analysis of mass tuberculin, conducted routinely in children during the study time frame.

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Natalya Dmitriyevna Shmeleva

SI “The Republican Center of Hygiene, Epidemiology and Public Health”, the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus

Email: natashmelyova@gmail.com
Head of Department Immunization

Tatyana Genadyevna Turpakova

SI “The Republican Center of Hygiene, Epidemiology and Public Health”, the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus

Email: paparatnik2012@yandex.by
Doctor-Epidemiologist Department Immunization

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