To construct a far more accurate transmission network, the social-network data were visualized in the context of the dendrogram generated from the genomic data . Social relationships between patients with tuberculosis of the other lineage were removed , and the three guidelines of transmitting were applied. Social-network analysis had identified MT0001 as the most probable source case. In lineage B, two instances, MT0010 and MT0011, were most likely to have been in charge of four and three subsequent instances, respectively. Clinically, the three supply cases were characterized by smear-positive disease with pronounced delays between the starting point of symptoms and medical diagnosis.Fourth, our results are broadly consistent with the limited existing literature and include data from 172 ICUs, which increases exterior validity, and data attained in 2013, which boosts contemporary relevance. Our study also offers some limitations. The data were collected for quality-control purposes and not for study purposes primarily. We could research symptoms meeting SIRS requirements only during the first a day in the ICU as recorded either every thirty minutes or every 60 a few minutes on the observation charts. Thus, we cannot comment on their absence or existence before or following this period or for short intervals between observations.