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Floyd K. Generic protocols for cost en cost-effectiveness analysis of tuberculosis diagnosis and treatment services. WHO; 1999. 19. Sawert, H. Cost Analysis and Cost Containment in Tuberculosis Control Programmes; The case of Malawi. WHO; 1996. 20. Berman, P. Nandakumar AK, Yip W. Health Care Utilization and Expenditures in the Arab Republic of Egypt. Partnership for Health Reform, Health Policy Support Programme. Technical Report 25. PHR; 1998. 36 The costs and cost-effectiveness of tuberculosis control Chapter 3 Reforming tuberculosis control in Ukraine; results of pilot projects and implications for the national scale-up of DOTS A Vassall Y Chechulin I Raykhert N Osalenko MJ van der Werf S Svetlichnaya A Kovalyova LV Turchenko E Hasker К Miskinis J Veen R Zaleskis Health Policy and Planning 2009 Jan; 24(1): 55-62 SUMMARY The period of economic transition has had severe consequences for health and health systems in Ukraine.
Initial sputum results after two months showed 63% of patients converting to negative. There was a 43% treatment success rate in the old system, suggesting that improvements were made. Table 2 – Effectiveness of Diagnosis and Treatment, WHO treatment outcome classification Treatment Outcome Failure Treatment interrupted Died Transfer out Treatment success Mariupol Kyiv 2001 2003 2001 2003 18% 18% 5% 1% 58% 14% 8% 3% 1% 74% 11% 30% 14% 2% 43% Sputum conversion at two months 63% Health Service Costs Both projects also demonstrated a reduction in costs.