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1 STI notifications from CIDR Version th February, 2015

2 v2.0 18/02/2015 Acknowledgements The Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) would like to thank all those who provided the data for this report, particularly the STI clinics, the infectious disease surveillance staff within the departments of public health, the laboratories and GP clinics. STI data were extracted from CIDR on 2 nd February, 2015, and were correct at the time of publication.

3 These slides present provisional data on Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) notified to HPSC in 2014 via CIDR, the Computerised Infectious Disease Reporting system (for more information on CIDR, see ). Following data validation a more detailed report on the epidemiology of STIs for 2014 will be produced in the coming months. Detailed reports and trend data for previous years are available on the HPSC website at Please note: STIs notified via CIDR since January 2013 are; chancroid, Chlamydia trachomatis, gonorrhoea, granuloma inguinale, herpes simplex virus (genital), lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV), syphilis and trichomoniasis. Aggregate data on ano-genital warts (AGW) and non-specific urethritis (NSU) are reported to HPSC on a bi-annual basis from Departments of Public Health and are reported separately (see ). HIV and Hepatitis B are notified via CIDR and are reported separately (see ) The Irish case definition for syphilis changed on 1st January, 2014, and from this date, syphilis notifications include early (infectious) syphilis only. Data reported here are provisional which may change following clinical review. v2.0 18/02/2015

4 Table 1: STI notifications by disease, 2013 and 2014 (CIDR data only) v2.0 18/02/ An outbreak of LGV centred in Dublin is currently being investigated. For further information see 2.The Irish case definition for syphilis changed on 1st Jan., 2014, and from this date, syphilis notifications include early (infectious) syphilis only. Cases reported weekly are provisional numbers which may change following clinical review. Direct comparison of 2014 syphilis notification data with 2013 syphilis notification data (which includes non infectious cases) is not valid. STI % change N%N Chancroid Chlamydia trachomatis infection 6, , Gonorrhoea 1, , Granuloma inguinale Herpes simplex (genital) 1, , Lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV) Syphilis NA 2 Trichomoniasis Total 9, ,322 -

5 Figure 1: STI notifications by gender and disease, 2014 (CIDR data only) v2.0 18/02/2015

6 Table 2: STI notifications by age group and disease, 2014 (CIDR data only) v2.0 18/02/2015 ChlamydiaGonorrhoea Herpes simplex (genital) LGVSyphilisTrichomoniasis <15 yrs yrs yrs2, yrs2, yrs yrs yrs yrs Unknown Total6,7071,3361,

7 v2.0 18/02/2015 Figure 2: STI notifications by age group and disease, 2014 (CIDR data only)

8 v2.0 18/02/2015 Figure 3: STI notifications by month and disease, 2014 (CIDR data only)

9 Table 3: STI notifications by mode of transmission* and disease, 2014 (CIDR data only) v2.0 18/02/2015 Mode of transmission GonorrhoeaLGVSyphilis N%N%N% Heterosexual MSM Unknown Not specified Total 1, *Mode of transmission is collected for gonorrhoea, LGV and syphilis only. Following data validation more complete data should be available later in 2015.

10 Table 4: Notification rate per 100,000 population by disease & HSE area #, 2014 (CIDR data only) v2.0 18/02/2015 # East: Dublin, Kildare & Wicklow; Midlands: Laois, Longford, Offaly, & Westmeath; Mid-west: Clare, Limerick & N. Tipperary; North East: Cavan, Louth, Monaghan & Meath; North West: Donegal, Sligo & Leitrim; South East: Carlow, Kilkenny, S. Tipperary, Waterford & Wexford; South : Cork & Kerry; West: Galway, Mayo & Roscommon. HSE areaChlamydiaGonorrhoea Herpes simplex (genital) LGVSyphilisTrichomoniasis East Midlands Midwest North East North West South East South West National

11 Table 5: STI notifications by disease and patient type**, 2014 (CIDR data only) v2.0 18/02/2015 **Hospital Outpatient includes GUM/STI clinics ChlamydiaGonorrhoea Herpes simplex (genital) LGVSyphilisTrichomoniasis ED patient GP patient1, Hospital day patient Hospital inpatient Hospital outpatient1, Other Unknown Not Specified3, Total6,7071,3361,

12 Table 6: Chlamydia notifications by age group and gender, 2014 (CIDR data only) v2.0 18/02/2015 Age group (yrs.)MaleFemaleUnknownTotal ,0651,609132, ,3231,213132, Unknown Total3,0473,623376,707

13 Table 7: Gonorrhoea notifications by age group and gender, 2014 (CIDR data only) v2.0 18/02/2015 Age group (yrs.)MaleFemaleUnknownTotal Unknown0000 Total1, ,336

14 Table 8: Herpes simplex (genital) notifications by age group and gender, 2014 (CIDR data only) v2.0 18/02/2015 Age group (yrs.)MaleFemaleUnknownTotal Unknown1102 Total ,254

15 Table 9: LGV notifications by age group and gender, 2014 (CIDR data only) v2.0 18/02/2015 Age group (yrs.)MaleFemaleUnknownTotal Unknown0000 Total3500

16 Table 10: Syphilis notifications by age group and gender, 2014 (CIDR data only) v2.0 18/02/2015 Age group (yrs.)MaleFemaleUnknownTotal Unknown0000 Total

17 Table 11: Trichomoniasis notifications by age group and gender, 2014 (CIDR data only) v2.0 18/02/2015 Age group (yrs.)MaleFemaleUnknownTotal Unknown0202 Total291093


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