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Socio-cultural practices, dietary and nutrition patterns, economic status, and vitamin D deficiency of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients (PTB) of tribal and urban population of India: An Explanatory Model Interview Catalogue (EMIC)

Author(s): Sushanta KUMAR BARIK*, Jyotirmayee TURUK, Meenu SINGH, Sidhartha GIRI, Sanjay N HARKE, Annasaheb S KHEMNAR

The implication and benefits of an Explanatory Model Interview Catalogue (EMIC) on the collective information of the socio-cultural status, diet and nutrition pattern, economic status, and treatment options through a proper counselling of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients (PTB) during the acquiring of the Tuberculosis (TB) in tribal and urban population level. TB is an infectious disease, the leading cause of death. In India, the burden of TB is high. The TB affecting the lungs is a PTB mainly invokes to adult population. Does progression of the PTB associated with the socio-cultural practices, dietary and nutrition patterns, economic status, and vitamin-D deficiency of the TB patients in tribal and urban population level? Initially, the designed of EMIC will be applied verbally for the collection of diet, types of occupation, details of social status, types of complementary consumable additives, economic status, types of community and languages, types of diet and nutrition, Vitamin-D status, treatment details, quality of life assessment of newly diagnosed PTB patients in a state or district level hospitals or medical research institutions.

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