Dr Mudasir Abbas, Dr Qurrat ul Ain, Dr. Tanzeela Iram
Background: The consequences of cure of TB designate the efficiency of treatment. Objective: The study was organized to know the consequences cure of TB patients who were present in Mayo Hospital Lahore. Patients and Methods: The study was organized at the DOTS hospital. The department selected was Mayo Hospital Lahore. The duration of the study was from 1st February, 2017 to 31st January, 2019. The patients were noticed completely until they were completely healthy. The patients were divided into various classes on different basis. Patients were classified on the basis of history of management and sputum smudge position. Results: Total 1607 patients were recorded in the clinic. Most of the patients were identified at an early stage. The average ages of the patients were 30 years. Most of the patients were identified to have pulmonary TB. 77% patients were completely healthy from the disease. Newly admitted patients charged well as compare to earlier patients. In earlier cases the treatment consequences achieved were as pursued: deterioration 62.7%, cure after evasion 52.7% and unsuccessful treatment about 33.3%. The pulmonary patients charged well as compare to extra pulmonary TB. The comparison between them was 87.7% and 72.5%, mortalities 11% and 3.2%, unsuccessful rate 1.9% and 0.2% and evasion rate 6.9% and 10.6% correspondingly. Conclusion: The successful rate of treatment was determined on the basis of WHO standardization. 85% cases were noticed. The most of the successful cases were those who were admitted in the hospital later on. Earlier revelation to anti TB drugs management especially insufficient was closely connected with meager consequences. Keywords: Tuberculosis, Treatment Outcome, Treatment Completed, Cured, Relapse, Defaulter.