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Table 4 The incidence of catastrophic costs in eight hypothetical scenarios

From: Effect of financial support on reducing the incidence of catastrophic costs among tuberculosis-affected households in Indonesia: eight simulated scenarios

Simulated hypothetical scenario Incidence of catastrophic costs Average budget per patient for full duration of treatment, in USD
% (95% CI) Mean (95% CI)
TB
 I Baseline (no cash transfer) 36 (31–42)
 II Transportation costs 28 (23–33) 114 (100–127)
 III Food-supplement costs 26 (21–30) 143 (141–145)
 IV Income lossa 26 (21–30) 110 (88–134)
 V Income lossb 17 (13–21) 210 (183–236)
 VI Transportation costs and income loss 17 (13–22) 224 (197–253)
 VII Food-supplement costs and income loss 16 (12–20) 253 (231–278)
 VIII Transportation, food supplement, and income loss 11 (8–15) 367 (338–398)
MDR-TB
 I Baseline (no cash transfer) 83 (73–92)
 II Transportation costs 59 (47–71) 1337 (1327–1344)
 III Food-supplement costs 77 (65–87) 269 (269–269)
 IV Income lossa 58 (46–70) 1309 (1010–1617)
 V Income lossb 52 (39–65) 1617 (1338–1899)
 VI Transportation costs and income loss 28 (18–40) 2647 (2351–2958)
 VII Food-supplement costs and income loss 53 (41–66) 1578 (1279–1886)
 VIII Transportation, food supplement, and income loss 23 (13–35) 2916 (2620–3227)
  1. aThe hypothetical cash transfer was assumed to have been delivered to TB patients who had experienced job loss, bThe hypothetical cash transfer was assumed to have been delivered to TB patients who had experienced any income loss regardless of whether or not they had experienced job loss