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Volume 14, Number 11—November 2008

Research

Multidrug- and Extensively Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis, Germany

Barbara Eker, Johannes Ortmann, Giovanni B. Migliori, Giovanni Sotgiu, Ralf Muetterlein, Rosella Centis, Harald Hoffmann, Detlef Kirsten, Tom Schaberg, Sabine Ruesch-Gerdes, Christoph LangeComments to Author , and for the German TBNET Group
Author affiliations: Research Center Borstel, Borstel, Germany (B. Eker, S. Ruesch-Gerdes, C. Lange); Karl-Hansen-Clinic, Bad Lippspringe, Germany (J. Ortmann); World Health Organization Collaborating Center for TB and Lung Diseases, Tradate, Italy (G.B. Migliori, R. Centis); Sassari University, Sassari, Italy (G. Sotgiu); Regional Hospital, Pasberg, Germany (R. Muetterlein); Asklepios-Hospital, Gauting, Germany (H. Hoffmann); Hospital Großhansdorf, Großhansdorf, Germany (D. Kirsten); Deakoness Hospital, Rotenburg, Germany (T. Schaberg);

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Kaplan-Meier plot showing the time to sputum smear conversion according to treatment received (linezolid-containing regimen, n = 74, vs. linezolid-sparing regimen, n = 110) in Germany (log-rank test 0.0924). The proportion of case-patients reaching conversion is shown along the vertical axis.

Figure. Kaplan-Meier plot showing the time to sputum smear conversion according to treatment received (linezolid-containing regimen, n = 74, vs. linezolid-sparing regimen, n = 110) in Germany (log-rank test 0.0924). The proportion of case-patients reaching conversion is shown along the vertical axis.

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1Additional German Tuberculosis Network European Trials group (TBNET) contributors: R. Eberhardt, Thorax-Clinic-Heidelberg, Heidelberg; A. Esselmann, Pulmonary Clinic, Hemer; H. Flick, Charité, Berlin; M. Hamm, Hospital Diekholzen, Diekholzen; P. Hammerl, Hospital Immenhausen, Immenhausen; H. Hang, Hospital Schillerhöhe, Schillerhöhe; P. Hannemann, Deakoness Hospital, Neustadt; D. Hillemann, Research Center Borstel, Borstel; B. Kretz, Asklepios Hospital, Gauting; C. Laumanns, Bethania Hospital, Solingen; G. Liebetrau, Lostau Hospital, Lostau; S. Ott, Helios Clinic Emil von Behring, Berlin; A. Paulick, Pulmonary Clinic-Coswig, Coswig; M.W. Pletz, Hannover Medical School, Hannover; M. Rau, Pulmonary Clinic, Wangen; G. Rohde, Bergmannsheil Hospital, Bochum; A. de Roux, Evangelische Lungenklinik, Berlin; C. Schaudt, Hospital St. Blasien, St. Blasien; K-D.Schneider, Pulmonary Clinic, Hannover-East, Hannover; S. Stenger, University Hospital, Ulm; D. Wagner, University Hospital, Freiburg; and T. Wolf, University Hospital, Frankfurt.

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