INFECTION DISEASE-TUBERCULOSIS BACTERIA:SINGLE LARGEST KILLER IN INDIA
Statistical analysis of tuberculosis with an emphasis to india has been presented in this lpaper. In the absence of administration of poroper drug dose the bacteria may develop resistance to drug. Socio economic harms of TB along with treatment strategy are also given. The pictorial representation are presented as fig 1 to figÂ 5.
A simple mathematical model for this disease in also given.
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