Volume 22, Number 3—March 2016
Tuberculosis Risk among Medical Trainees, Pune, India
||All medical trainees, N = 662
||Residents, n = 262
||Interns, n = 400
|No. TB cases (prevalence†)||26 (3.9)||14 (5.3)||12 (3.0)|
|Total person-years of exposure||793||393||400|
|Estimated TB incidence per 100,000 person-years‡ (95% Poisson CI)||3,279 (2,142–4,804)||3,562 (1,948–5,977)||3,000 (1,550–5,240)|
†Number of TB cases divided by the total number of medical trainees.
‡Number of TB cases multiplied by 100,000 and divided by the duration of exposure and the total number of medical trainees.
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