E P Stamboltsian

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Examining epidemiological and qualitative data on the prevention, detection, and treatment tuberculosis in Armenia in 1987 and 1997 revealed 58.6 and 24.0%, rises in tuberculosis incidence and prevalence, respectively; its mortality has increased by 2.5 times. The qualitative indices have become worse: the proportion of destructive pulmonary tuberculosis(More)
The authors studied the spread of drug resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis was studied in Armenia and its association with risk factors in 1114 patients with positive bacterial culture and developed a mathematical method for early detection of a risk of its developed, which had been tested in 210 patients. Over 3 years (2002-2004), there was a rise in(More)
The epidemiological situation in Armenia is very grave: the tuberculosis cases registered in 1994 are 19.6 per 100,000 inhabitants, this is 16.6% higher than the figure in 1993. Mortality rates in 1994 are 3.1 per 100,000 persons. Morbidity in males is 2.5 times higher than that in females. The greatest proportion of the first cases detected is in the age(More)
The authors studied statistical data on the trend in quantitative and qualitative tuberculosis epidemiological indices in Armenia in the period of 1997 to 2006. They ascertained a 1.7-fold rise in the incidence and prevalence of tuberculosis per 100,000 (from 27.8 to 48.6 and from 103.8 to 176.1), by preserving the mortality rates at the same level (4.3).(More)
In Armenia, the incidence of tuberculosis among children aged less than 18 years increased by 53.2% (from 7.9 to 12.1% per 100,000 inhabitants) in 1993 to 2003. On the contrary, the proportion of children and adolescents among all the patients decreased by almost twice (from 13.4 to 8.1%), which is largely due to the reduction in birth rates and to the(More)
Eighty-three foci of infection were studied in 2 communities of Yerevan (a study group) in which of 279 contact persons, 117 (40.2%) adult family members had fallen ill over 10 years (1995-2005); of them there were 61 (32.5%) persons, with 2 and 3 subjects in 20 and 7 (only type 1 foci) foci, respectively. There was a preponderance of type 1 foci that were(More)
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