Percent TPT Patients LTFU

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Definitions

Percentage of eligible individuals who were started on TPT but were LTFU during the reporting period. TPT lost to follow-up times are determined by WHO based on the type of TPT regimen. For example, a person is LTFU if TPT interrupted eight consecutive weeks or more for 6H (6 or 9 months of daily isoniazid monotherapy); four consecutive weeks or more for 3HP (3 months of rifapentine plus high dose isoniazid weekly), 3HR (3 months of daily rifampicin plus isoniazid), and 4R (4 months of daily rifampicin); and 10 consecutive days for 1HP (1 month of rifapentine plus isoniazid daily).

Numerator

Total number of eligible individuals who were started on TPT and were LTFU during the reporting period

Denominator

Total number of eligible individuals who were started on TPT according to national TPT protocols during the reporting period, which includes: 1) household contacts (adult and children <5) of people with bacteriologically confirmed pulmonary TB, and 2) PLHIV enrolled in HIV care

Ref #

PT-13

Tier Level

Extended Indicator

Data Type

N/A

Disaggregations

N/A
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