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The results from multivariate logistic analyses showed that, both in the low MDR-TB risk group and high MDR-TB risk group, patients aged under 30 and 30–60 years had higher MDR rate than patients older than 60 years, which was similar to many other studies.
The MDR 2000 provided significantly better performance and productivity than the ODR.
The highest rates were recorded in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, where nearly a quarter of all new TB cases were MDR.
MDR was defined as resistance [greater than or equal to] 3 different classes.
Bloch also found that people with MDR TB were more likely than those with the drug-susceptible version to have tuberculosis bacteria in their saliva, making them more likely to spread the disease.
With this state-of-the-art installation, the physicians and staff of MDR have set a new standard in diagnostic expertise, advanced imaging technology and referring physician relations.
Since 1998, MDR DT104 has undergone changes in both resistance spectrum and genetic structure.
The MDR does not ustatic a rotor, but oscillates the lower biconical die through a small predetermined arc of 0.
Effective surveillance for this newly emerged MDR S.
The RPA uses the same sealed test cavity as the MDR, but has the added capability to vary frequency, amplitude of oscillation and temperature during a test.
E[acute accent]For over 36 years, MDR has provided leading sales and marketing solutions for businesses serving the education market.
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