Center for Executive Education (CEE)


Post Graduate Diploma in Healthcare Management


Dr. Farah Ahmed, Dr. Hasan Danish

Project Type

PGD Project Report

Executive Summary

Background: Investigational studies elucidating the significance of gender in tuberculosis prevention is associated with explicit sociocultural, socioeconomic, and structural barriers influencing both men and women, as discrete from gender-oriented differences with regard to biological susceptibility influencing epidemiology and pathophysiology of Pulmonary, Extra-pulmonary and Miliary TB.

Objective: This paper examines the association between variables such as age-specific Male to female ratios (MFR) and types of tuberculosis that is PTB, EPTB and Miliary tuberculosis

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