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NFHS-3, 2005-06. Tuberculosis Tobacco and Alcohol use (life styles) In NFHS-3, information on persons in the household with TB comes from the household respondent Information on TB awareness, misconceptions, and stigma comes from the women’s and men’s questionnaires

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  • In NFHS-3, information on persons in the household with TB comes from the household respondent

  • Information on TB awareness, misconceptions, and stigma comes from the women’s and men’s questionnaires

  • Prevalence of TB, primarily of medically treated (which is a more reliable measure of TB in the population)

  • NFHS-3, 2005-06


    Per 100,000 persons

    Since NFHS-2, reported TB has declined by 18%, but the level of medically treated TB has not changed

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    Per 100,000 persons

    Age

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    Per 100,000 persons

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    • NFHS-3 demonstrates that use of solid fuels increases the TB level; the lowest prevalence is in households using clean fuels such as gas/electricity

    • Misconceptions about TB transmission are still high, suggesting the need for awareness campaigns

    • Programmes need to address higher prevalence groups such as older persons, persons in rural areas, and persons in the east and northeastern parts of India

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    (Percentage) and mortality among adults

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    NFHS-3, 2005-06 10 pregnant and breastfeeding women also use tobacco


    More than two-thirds of men in 11 states use tobacco 10 pregnant and breastfeeding women also use tobacco

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    NFHS-3, 2005-06 10 pregnant and breastfeeding women also use tobacco


    Men’s use of any tobacco increases by age (twice as high among adult men than adolescents)

    Use is higher in the lowest wealth quintile (74%) and in rural areas (61%)

    About 1 in 10 women use tobacco even during pregnancy and while breastfeeding

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    • 36% of men chew among adult men than adolescents)paan masala, gutkha, or other tobacco

    • 33% of men smoke cigarettes or bidis

    • Among men and women who smoke, more than 9 in 10 smoked at least one cigarette/bidi in the last 24 hours

    • Among men who smoke, 61% smoked more than 5 cigarettes/bidis in the past 24 hours

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    (Percentage) among adult men than adolescents)

    Alcohol use by women is rare.

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    (Percentage) among adult men than adolescents)

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    NFHS-3, 2005-06 among adult men than adolescents)


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