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Epidemiology of TB in Oregon

Oregon Tuberculosis Data

During 2018, 81 cases of TB disease were treated in Oregon, corresponding to an incidence of 1.9 cases of disease for every 100,000 Oregon residents. This represents an increase from the 2017 count of 69 cases. Despite this increase, Oregon remains a medium incidence state for TB disease and is well below the national case rate of 2.76 cases/100,000 persons.

In 2018, 15% of tested isolates were resistant to isoniazid, a primary first-line TB drug. There were no cases of multi-drug resistant TB (TB that is resistant to at least isoniazid and rifampin) reported in Oregon in 2018. Ten cases of TB were treated in children under the age of 14, and 1.3% of cases were co-infected with HIV.
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