Tuberculosis Preventive Therapy among Persons Living with HIV, Uganda, 2016–2022
, Gail Gustavson, Proscovia M. Namuwenge, Simon Muchuro, Estella Birabwa, Seyoum Dejene, Julius Ssempiira, Julius N. Kalamya, Steven Baveewo, Odile Ferroussier-Davis, Lisa A. Mills, Emilio Dirlikov, Lisa J. Nelson, and Stavia Turyahabwe
Author affiliations: US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Kampala, Uganda (D. Lukoye, G. Gustavson, J. Ssempiira, J.N. Kalamya, S. Baveewo, L.A. Mills, E. Dirlikov, L.J. Nelson); Uganda Ministry of Health, Kampala (P.M. Namuwenge, S. Muchuro, S. Turyahabwe); US Department of Defense, Kampala (E. Birabwa); US Agency for International Development, Kampala (S. Dejene); US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (O. Ferroussier-Davis)
Figure 2. Number of persons initiating and completing tuberculosis preventive therapy among persons living with HIV and overall percentage coverage rate in Uganda, 2016–2022. Numbers are given for 11 semiannual periods; values along line indicate percentage coverage for that period. TPT, tuberculosis preventive therapy
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