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consumption

noun confectio, consumptio, decay, decomposition, decrement, depletion, desolation, devastation, diminishment, diminution, dissipation, expenditure, loss, ravage, ruin, ruination, usage, use, using up, utilization, wastage, waste, wastefulness, wear, withering
Associated concepts: business consumption, consumption in interstate commerce, consumption of goods, consumption of intoxicating liquors, for use and consumption
See also: decline, destruction, deterioration, erosion, expense, prostration, sacrifice, waste
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The country started to combat tuberculosis in 1995, while implementing a strategy in the country's prisons, supported by the International Committee of the Red Cross.
TBc identification device is based on the detection of a protein (MPT64) secreted by Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTC), can detect Mycobacterium tuberculosis in 15 min from acid-fast bacillus (AFB)-positive MGIT cultures.
For example, tuberculosis of the spine may give you back pain and tuberculosis in your kidneys might cause blood in your urine.
The loaded assay cartridge is placed into the GeneXpert instrument bay and the mycobacterium tuberculosis automated detection protocol method is selected from the included software.
Children with tuberculosis contribute substantially to the global burden of disease but these cases are rarely recorded with accuracy.
This means that the DOH would have bring down tuberculosis to a rare disease by 2022, or by the end of President Rodrigo Duterte's term.
Consequently, the condition was finally diagnosed as primary gastric tuberculosis.
Estamos instaurando una nueva estrategia: capacitar promotores dedicados exclusivamente a buscar casos nuevos de tuberculosis y, aparte, que ya detectados los enfermos, a estos se les de un seguimiento medico muy riguroso, ya que parte del problema se debe al alto grado de abandono del tratamiento por parte de los migrantes.
Mario Raviglione, Director of the WHO's Global Tuberculosis Program.
Increasing demand for advance medication to treat tuberculosis and rising awareness among people and novel medications to treat the tuberculosis is expected to account for a robust growth of global tuberculosis therapeutics market over the forecasted period.
He underlined the need of creating awareness among the people about Tuberculosis adding that the disease claiming the lives of around 1.

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