STIs a "hidden epidemic": SOGC
- NEED TO KNOW STIs. Ambury, Tina // Pulse;6/1/2006, Vol. 66 Issue 22, p32
The article discusses key issues concerning sexually-transmitted diseases. It includes information on whether all women of childbearing age should be opportunistically tested for chlamydia, the 559% increase in syphilis cases in Great Britain since 2000 and the ability of trichomonas culture to...
- THE SEX TALK. Prentice, George // Boise Weekly;7/11/2012, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p8
The article reports on the increase in chlamydia, syphilis and sexually transmitted disease (STD) cases in Boise, Idaho. The author mentions that majority of syphilis cases in the region identify as men 25-45 years old as the primary victims. He adds that chlamydia cases in Boise has increased...
- STDs RISE IN ENGLAND. Wockner, Rex // Bay Windows;6/1/2000, pN.PAG
Reports on an increase in the incidence of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis in England in 2000. Number of syphilis cases in Manchester in 1999; Implication of the rise in transmission of such diseases for society.
- Chapter 25: Sexually Transmitted Diseases. // Oral Diagnosis, Oral Medicine & Treatment Planning;2002, p752
Chapter 25 of the book "Oral Diagnosis, Oral Medicine, and Treatment Planning" is presented. It discusses various forms of sexually transmitted diseases (STD), such as acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), syphilis, and chlamydial infections. The chapter notes that the prevalence and...
- Sexual health needs resources from new GMS review. Bowden, Rachel // GP: General Practitioner;10/7/2005, p26
The article cites the latest Health Protection Agency (HPA) figures, published in June 2005, according to which, the number of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) diagnosed in Great Britain, increased by 2 percent between 2003 and 2004. There were over 100,000 new cases of chlamydia diagnosed...
- Transmission complete: Eight surprises you don't want to find in your bed. Lippmann, Sara // GQ: Gentlemen's Quarterly;Nov99, Vol. 69 Issue 11, p402
Provides information about the prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases in the United States. Chlamydia; Syphilis; Gonorrhea; Crabs; Hepatitis B; Herpes; HIV and AIDS; Human papillomavirus and genital warts.
- MedEconomics: Screening Patients - Successful chlamydia campaign. Sharma, Anita // GP: General Practitioner;6/4/2010, p52
The article presents information related to chlamydia infection and its management. It has been stated that Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted infection, which if left untreated, can cause pelvic infection leading to infertility, ectopic pregnancy and chronic pelvic pains. It has...
- European guideline for the management of urethritis. Horner, P. J. // International Journal of STD & AIDS;Oct2001 Supplement 2, Vol. 12, p63
The article provides guideline for the management of urethritis in Europe. Urethritis is characterized by the presence of urethral discharge occurring mostly in men having symptoms of dysuria or irritation at the tip of the penis. Evidences of urethritis is caused by both transmitting and...
- Chlamydia--a disease more common than the flu. Crowley, Mary // Glamour;Jul98, Vol. 96 Issue 7, p38
Presents information on the sexually transmitted disease chlamydia. Origin of the name chlamydia; Bacteria causing the disease; Vulnerability of women to the disease in comparison to men; Persons at risk for chlamydia infections.