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Table 1 Characteristics of TB patients and TB-DM patients in East and South Jakarta

From: The co-management of tuberculosis-diabetes co-morbidities in Indonesia under the National Tuberculosis Control Program: results from a cross-sectional study from 2017 to 2019

  TB patients without DM diagnosis TB-DM patients P-value
  N % N %  
Total 23,652 / 2796 / NA
Region
 East Jakarta 15,332 64.8 1826 65.3 0.615
 South Jakarta 8320 35.2 970 34.7  
Year
 2017* (Q4) 1746 7.4 133 4.8 <  0.001
 2018 10,298 43.5 1143 40.9  
 2019 11,688 49.1 1520 54.4  
Gender
 female 10,022 42.2 1147 41.0 0.175
 male 13,630 57.8 1649 59.0  
Age
 15–44 14,380 60.8 589 21.1 <  0.001
 > =45 9272 39.2 2207 78.9  
Patients’ origin (by ID card)
 in this region 19,648 83.1 2445 87.4 <  0.001
 outside this region 4004 16.9 351 12.6  
TB treatment status
 received standard treatment 20,264 85.7 2613 93.5 <  0.001
 non-standard 3388 14.3 183 6.5  
Diagnosis Type
 bacteriologically confirmed 13,176 55.7 2104 75.3 <  0.001
 clinically diagnosed 10,476 44.3 692 24.7  
TB test taken
 Acid-Fast Bacillus (AFB) smear test 12,847 48.6 1440 51.5  
 rapid molecular test 10,406 39.3 1593 56.9 <  0.001
 culture test 453 1.7 73 2.7  
 no test records 2756 10.4 135 4.8  
Treatment outcome
 complete treatment 11,489 48.6 968 34.6 <  0.001
 cured 7931 33.5 1286 46.0  
 default 1968 8.3 218 7.8  
 transfer 973 4.1 129 4.6  
 dead 470 2.0 75 2.7  
 relapse 239 1.0 70 2.5  
 not available data 582 2.5 50 1.8  
Type of facility where patients were reported
 health center at sub-district level 3385 14.3 560 20.0 <  0.001
 health center at sub-sub district level 6585 27.8 926 33.1  
 government hospital 8818 37.1 994 35.6  
 private hospital 4864 20.6 316 11.3  
Receive DM Treatment
 metformin and others /   2202 78.8 NA
 insulin injection /   172 6.2  
 no DM treatment /   422 15.1