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Sexually Transmitted Diseases

external genitalia, vagina, anus, or rectum. Sores can also occur on the lips and in the mouth. Transmission of the organism occurs during ______________________________________________ Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Syphilis Concepts of Fitness and Wellness 6e McGraw Hill - www.mhhe.com Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Syphilis Cause: Cure: Risk: Syphilis is a bacterial STD Concepts of Fitness and Wellness 6e Concept 23 10 Symptoms – _______________ Symptoms usually appear 10/


Guidelines for Prevention and Treatment of Opportunistic Infections among HIV-Infected Children Recommendations from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,

.aidsetc.org 40 Syphilis: Prevention Congenital Syphilis Syphilis: Prevention – Congenital Syphilis  Routinely screen all pregnant women with serologic testing during first prenatal visit  Obtain information regarding the treatment of sexual partners for sexually transmitted diseases  Serologic testing of mothers serum is preferable  Routine screening of newborns’ serum or umbilical cord blood is not recommended July 2009www.aidsetc.org 41 Syphilis: Prevention Acquired Syphilis Syphilis/


Diseases Chapter 24-26. Myth or Fact  A person can get an STD only through sexual activity with many people  Abstinence from sexual activity is 100%

not share personal items, such as toothbrushes, razors, which could have trace amounts of saliva or blood. Sexually Transmitted diseasesSexually transmitted diseases or Sexually transmitted infections are infections diseases spread from person to person through sexual contact.  A person can have an infection, and pass the infection to others, without necessarily having the disease  Many cases of STD go undiagnosed and untreated. Why???  Many people with the STDs are Asymptomatic/


All Slides Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2000 Division of STD Prevention.

The surveillance case definition for congenital syphilis changed in 1988. Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2000 Division of STD Prevention Chancroid — Reported cases: United States, 1981–2000/ rates by county, 2000 SOURCE: National Electronic Telecommunications System for Surveillance (NETSS) data NETSS Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2000 Division of STD Prevention Chlamydia — National Electronic Telecommunications System for Surveillance (NETSS) /


FAMILY LIFE. C CHOOSING NOT TO HAVE SEXUAL INTERCOURSE ABSTINENCE.

OVARY FROM MOVING DOWN THE FALLOPIAN TUBE INTO THE UTERUS FEMALE STERILIZATION VASECTOMY & TUBAL LIGATION DO NOT PROTECT AGAINST SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES!!! VAGINAL RING A HORMONAL RING PLACED INSIDE THE VAGINA EACH MONTH AND LEFT FOR 21 DAYS WHEN A MALE/BEFORE EJACULATION (RELEASING SEMEN) KNOWN AS PULLING OUT FAILURE RATE-23% WITHDRAWAL WITHDRAWAL DOES NOT PROTECT YOU FROM SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES!!!! WITHDRAWAL PRE-CUM PRE-EJACULATION A FEW DROPS OF SEMEN THAT LEAKS OUT OF THE PENIS JUST BEFORE /


Understanding Sexually Transmitted Infections w w w. s e x u a l i t y a n d u. c a ContraceptionSexually Transmitted Infections PregnancySexual DiversityWomen’s.

, meaning the patient’s name is never revealed to notified partners. Introduction www.sexualityandu.ca Sexually Transmitted Infections Toward effective prevention, diagnosis and treatment Bacterial Chlamydia Gonorrhea Syphilis Viral Genital Herpes Hepatitis B/diseases http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/std-mts Canadian Federation for Sexual Health Information about sexual and reproductive Health and rights across Canada www.cfsh.ca Content provided according to the Canadian Guidelines on Sexually Transmitted/


STD Definition STD - is defined as a sexually transmitted disease.

appropriate antibiotic treatment these include: tetracyclines, azithromycin, or erythromycin. You can get Chlamydia with gonorrhea or syphilis, so if you have one sexually transmitted disease you must be screened for other sexually transmitted diseases as well. All sexual contacts should be screened for Chlamydia. Sexual partners must be treated to prevent passing the infection back and forth. There is no significant immunity following the infection and a person/


Sex Education Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

Sex Education Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD)  2 Types of STDs  Bacterial STDs – Sexually Transmitted Diseases that can be treated and cured medically. However bacterial STDs can still leave scarring and lasting effects.  Viral STDs – Sexually Transmitted Diseases that cannot be cured medically but can be treated to sometimes reduce severity of symptoms. Common Bacterial STDs  Chlamydia  Prevalence In 2011 a total of over 1.4 million cases /


Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 1. VIRUSES A) HIV / AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome): Caused by a virus that infects white blood cells.A) HIV.

is not primarily considered as a STD. Hepatitis B This is the form that is primarily spread by sexual contact (it is PRIMARILY a sexually transmitted disease) or sharing needles by drug users.This is the form that is primarily spread by sexual contact (it is PRIMARILY a sexually transmitted disease) or sharing needles by drug users. Only about 50% of infected persons have flu-like symptoms, including/


FAMILY LIFE. CHOOSING NOT TO HAVE SEXUAL INTERCOURSE CHOOSING NOT TO HAVE SEXUAL INTERCOURSE ABSTINENCE.

PREVENTS OVULATION IT IS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN THE PILL FAILURE RATE-.4% DEPO PROVERA DOES NOT PROTECT AGAINST SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES!! DEPO PROVERA DIAPHRAGM A SOFT RUBBER CUP WITH A FLEXIBLE RIM THAT IS WORN INSIDE THE VAGINA DIAPHRAGMS /% SPERMICIDE SPERMICIDES OFFER SOME PROTECTION FROM STD’S CONDOM’S USED WITH SPERMICIDES PROVIDE A BETTER PROTECTION AGAINST SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES SPERMICIDE MOST FORMS OF BIRTH CONTROL DO NOT PROTECT YOU FROM STD’S!!! STERILIZATION A SURGICAL PROCEDURE THAT /


HIV/AIDS AND SIMILARLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES: A MATTER OF PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY Originally presented at WORLD AIDS DAY OBSERVANCE NOVEMBER 29, 2006 San.

consequences, including increased risk of HIV STDs cause serious consequences, including increased risk of HIV Personal decisions can determine whether you get or transmit HIV, other sexually transmitted diseases, and viral hepatitis Personal decisions can determine whether you get or transmit HIV, other sexually transmitted diseases, and viral hepatitis Points to remember (contd.) Preventing all STDs and viral hepatitis can be as simple as “ABC”: Preventing all STDs/


Mr. Prall. STI = Sexually Transmitted Infections Can still be called STD (Sexually transmitted diseases) Both were once called VD (Venereal Disease) People.

in 7 days. Both you and your partner must be treated for Chlamydia before you have sex again. This will help reduce re-occurance, which can happen. Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by a microscopic bacteria called spirochete, the scientific name is Treponema pallidum. It has often been called "the great imitator" because so many of the signs and symptoms/


Sexually Transmitted Diseases Presenter Norma Sanchez, CDS II.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases Presenter Norma Sanchez, CDS II STD Overview STDs affect men and women of all backgrounds and economic levels. STDs affect men and women of all backgrounds and economic levels. Most /


Sexually Transmitted Infections www.healthunit.org Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

–Your partner has an STI –Your partner is having sex with someone else –You have ever injected drugs –You or your partner have any STI symptoms –You have been raped Sexually Transmitted Infections www.healthunit.org Responsibilities of Infected Individuals n Treatment for sexually transmitted diseases is an important personal as well as social responsibility 1.The individual must take action to have the/


Personal Health Chapter 13 Preventing Infectious Diseases.

the virus; most people die from some other disease Prevention – pg 425 Prevention – pg 425 Sexually Transmitted Diseases STD’s – infectious diseases that are spread primarily through intimate sexual contact STD’s – infectious diseases that are spread primarily through intimate sexual contact Chlamydia – the most prevalent sexually transmitted disease; caused by a nongonococcal bacterium Chlamydia – the most prevalent sexually transmitted disease; caused by a nongonococcal bacterium Pelvic inflammatory/


Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention 101 Presented by Lora Lock RN and Tessa Dillon RN Nova Southeastern University.

HIV cases. Promoting health communication Promoting health communication US Department of Health and Human Services, 2005, Fact Sheet What are STDs? Sexually transmitted diseases or STDs are any disease that is spread through sexual contact Sexually transmitted diseases or STDs are any disease that is spread through sexual contact Any intimate contact where body fluids are exchanged can lead to STDs Any intimate contact where body fluids are exchanged can/


All Slides Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2001 Division of STD Prevention.

. The surveillance case definition for congenital syphilis changed in 1988. Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2001 Division of STD Prevention Chancroid — Reported cases: United States, 1981–2001 Genital /CA; SEA=Seattle, WA; and SFO=San Francisco, CA. STDs in Persons Entering Corrections Facilities Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2001 Division of STD Prevention Syphilis serologic tests — Percent seroreactivity in women entering juvenile and /


What are STD’s? Sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s) are infections spread from person to person through sexual contact. STD’s are also known as sexually.

covered by a latex condom can still cause infection. The surest way to avoid transmission of sexually transmitted diseases, including syphilis, is to abstain from sexual contact or to be in a long-term mutually monogamous relationship with a partner who has been/are at greater risk, such as those who: Have sex with an infected person Have multiple sex partners Have a sexually transmitted disease Live with a person who has chronic Hepatitis B Are infants born to infected mothers What are the symptoms of acute/


Sexually Transmitted Diseases. TypesGonorrheaSyphilisChlamydia NGU (Non-Gonococcal Urethritis Herpes (HSV) HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) Hepatitis.

in 5-20 yearsTreatment: Drug cocktails Drug cocktails Test: Blood Sexually Transmitted Diseases Virus Hepatitis B (HBV) Hepatitis B (HBV)Transmitted: Sexual contact Sexual contact Needles NeedlesSymptoms: Flu-like Flu-like Yellowing skin Yellowing skin/in some Vaccine being tested Vaccine being tested Test: Blood Liver cancer resulting from HBV Sexually Transmitted Diseases Protozoa Trichomoniasis Trichomoniasis Flagellates FlagellatesSymptoms: Large amounts of discharge Large amounts of discharge Intense /


Tuesday, January 5 “A” Day Chapter 13 Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV/AIDS Lesson 13.1 Sexually Transmitted Infections: What You Should.

questions!!! What do you know? Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. May not be posted to a publicly accessible website. STD or STI? What’s the difference? Diseases that are spread through sexual contact are usually referred to as sexually transmitted diseases or STDs for short. In recent years, however, many experts in this area of public health have suggested replacing STD with a new term/


SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES IN KENT COUNTY Sara McCormick & Shenna Throop.

Cases of Primary & Secondary Syphilis Both Sexes225—1046 8538 Male205—740467636 Female20—36—92 Number of Cases of All Syphylis Both Sexes607—3810397216153 Male464—268175174108 Female143—1222 4245 Source: Michigan Sexually Transmitted Diseases Database, Sexually Transmitted Disease Section, Division of HIV/AIDS-STD, Michigan Department of Community Health; Table prepared by the Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Community Health Kent vs/


Copyright Atomic Dog Publishing, 2004 Chapter Fifteen Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

, individuals may have an STD and not know it. Copyright Atomic Dog Publishing, 2004 Consequences of Sexually Transmitted Diseases - 1 Health Consequences Untreated STDs can result in severe health consequences. Women are more likely than / who have retained a healthy immune system Lazarus Syndrome Copyright Atomic Dog Publishing, 2004 Prevention and Control of Sexually Transmitted Diseases - 1 ABC Approach Abstain Be faithful/reduce partners Condoms Avoid: Prevention fatigue: gradually losing the will to/


HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUSES (HPV) a sexually transmitted disease (STD) that is caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). Human papillomavirus is the name of a.

not a cure. They may reappear again. Chlamydia Chlamydia (kluh-MID-ee-uh) is a sexually transmitted infection (STI). STIs are also called STDs, or sexually transmitted diseases. Chlamydia is an STI caused by bacteria called chlamydia trachomatis. Chlamydia is the most commonly reported/ contacts to be treated at the same time. TRICHOMONIASIS Trichomoniasis is a common sexually transmitted disease (STD) that affects both women and men, although symptoms are more common in women. Trichomoniasis is the most common/


Communicable & Non-Communicable Infections & Diseases Transmission, Effects, & Prevention.

After reviewing this Health Unit, you should be able to:  Identify the differences between Communicable & Non- Communicable Diseases  Define Sexually Transmitted Diseases  Identify how Sexually Transmitted Diseases can be contracted & passed on  Identify different types of Sexually Transmitted Diseases, symptoms, & complications  Identify prevention of Sexually Transmitted Diseases  Define HIV/AIDS  Identify Facts/Myths of how HIV can be contracted  Identify symptoms & complications of HIV/


Human Diseases A Systemic Approach Sixth Edition Chapter 12 Diseases of the Reproductive Systems Mary Lou Mulvihill Mark Zelman Paul Holdaway Elaine Tompary.

bacterial, viral, fungal, or parasitic invasion.  Subsequent infection can ascend to the cervix (cervicitis) the endometrium (endometritis), fallopian tubes (salpingitis), and ovaries (oophoritis).  The most common cause of PID is sexually transmitted disease; including gonorrhea and chlamydia. Streptococcal and staphylococcal organisms can enter the female reproductive tract after an abortion or delivery in which sterile procedures were not carefully followed. Pelvic Inflammatory/


Principles of Health Science Infectious Diseases.

drugs are continued until lab tests show which medicines work best. The most commonly used drugs include: Isoniazid Rifampin Pyrazinamide Ethambutol Sexually Transmitted Diseases Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs, venereal diseases) are among the most common infectious diseases in the United States today. STDs are sometimes referred to as sexually transmitted infections, since these conditions involve the transmission of an infectious organism between sex partners. More than 20 different STDs have/


Sexuality and Gender Chapter 10. Chapter 4 Learning Objective Menu LO 10.1 Physical differences between males and females LO 10.2 Gender LO 10.3 Influence.

Menu Other Paraphilias LO 10.15 Sexual dysfunctions called paraphilias Menu Sexually-Transmitted Diseases Sexually transmitted diseases - can affect the sexual organs and the ability to reproduce and may result in pain, disfigurement, and even death. Common bacterial sexually transmitted diseases are Chlamydia, syphilis, and gonorrhea. Treatable with antibiotics. LO 10.16 Sexually transmitted diseases Menu Sexually-Transmitted Diseases Viral sexually transmitted diseases include genital herpes (caused by/


Mehdi Azimi, Ph.D. PUBLIC HEALTH AND INFECTIOUS DISEASE CONTROL June 2009 Mehdi Azimi, Ph.D.

(mouth), sight (eyes), hearing (ears), etc. Mehdi Azimi, Ph.D. Other Mechanisms of Entry  Trauma Clostridia can enter via deep puncture wounds.  Insect Bites Plague Rocky mountain spotted fever Typhus  Sexually transmitted diseases Mehdi Azimi, Ph.D. ENVIRONMENT is a complex, interconnected set of relationships and systems involving all living things and their surroundings. Pollution/Impurity is the introduction of substances or energy/


Chapter 20 Preview Bellringer Key Ideas Risks of Teen Sexual Activity

Sexually Transmitted Diseases? Chapter 20 Bellringer List behaviors that put you at risk for sexually transmitted diseases. Then list behaviors that prevent you from being at risk. Section 2 What Are Sexually Transmitted Diseases? Chapter 20 Key Ideas Describe why sexually transmitted diseases / respecting yourself learning the facts about STDs Chapter 20 Preventing STDs Section 2 What Are Sexually Transmitted Diseases? Chapter 20 Preventing STDs Things you can do to protect yourself from STDs also include/


Chapter 14 Preventing Sexually Transmitted Infections

who do not regularly use condoms should be tested regularly for chlamydia More than 25 diseases are spread through sexual contact More than 25 diseases are spread through sexual contact. About 1 in 4 adults in the United States has a sexually transmitted disease. Gonorrhea Caused by a bacterial infection Symptoms in men Transmitted through contact with the vagina, penis, anus, or mouth of an infected person Symptoms/


Infectious Disease Division

11, 2012 HIV/STD/TB/Hepatitis Symposium Bismarck ND David McNamara, M.D. Infectious Disease Division Gundersen Lutheran La Crosse WI Disclosures No commercial disclosures Dakota AIDS Education & Training Center Learning Objective At the end of the presentation, participants should be familiar with basics of: Common Sexually Transmitted Infections 2010 CDC STD Treatment Guidelines Common presentations of HIV HIV Screening What is Your/


General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases

,000,000 Chlamydia 3,000,000 Herpes 1,000,000 Gonorrhea 650,000 Hepatitis B 77,000 Syphilis 70,000 HIV 40,000 Total 15,337,000 General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases Sexually Transmitted Disease Symptoms Drips/Discharge Sores/Ulcers Genital Warts Itching/Irritation in genital area Abnormal bleeding Odors Tenderness Abdominal or pelvic pain Urine changes Painful intercourse Rashes Yeast infections No visible sign/


Sexually Transmitted Infections

to 18 Hepatitis C Virus, blood-borne infection Can lead to chronic liver disease, liver cancer, & liver failure Asymptomatic – progresses slowly Transmitted thru sexual contact and any direct contact with contaminated blood NO CURE for hepatitis C/Vaginitis Many types of vaginitis, inflammation of the vagina caused by various organisms Only 2 however are transmitted sexually, both infections are treated with the prescription drug metronidazole Trichomonasis and Bacterial Vaginosis Trichomonasis An STI caused/


Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Red Talon Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board Stephanie Craig Rushing, MPH (scraig@npaihb.org) www.npaihb.org STDs: Sexually Transmitted Diseases There are over 30 kinds of sexually transmitted diseases!! STDs: Sexually Transmitted Diseases How many can you name? STDs: Sexually Transmitted Diseases We will focus on the major ones that impact our communities: Chlamydia - Gonorrhea Crabs - Syphilis Genital Herpes - PID Genital Warts - HIV/AIDS Bacteria or Virus? Chlamydia Gonorrhea Syphilis/


Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV/AIDS

would … If my partner were infected with chlamydia, I would … If I found out I had AIDS, I would … Attitudes about Sexually Transmitted Infections Attitudes and the STI Epidemic STIs have been viewed as a sign of corrupt sexuality Punishment concept of disease – that a person got what they deserved Negative beliefs and stigma about STIs currently exist These negative attitudes can interfere with/


Prepared by Mrs. Raheegeh Awni

the uterine corpus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries (upper reproductive tract) are common gynecologic problems. Many but not all of these infections are sexually transmitted and require partner treatment for effective immediate and preventive care. Recently the term sexually transmitted infection (STI) has replaced sexually transmitted disease (STD) to emphasize the infectious nature of these frequently asymptomatic disorders and the need for screening, early recognition, and treatment. STIs/


COMMUNICABLE DISEASES

HIV / AIDS Infection: At present prevention is the only cure for AIDS. Since AIDS is a sexually transmitted disease, sexual behaviour is the prime focus of action for interrupting transmission. Itjs therefore important to have an information and/education programme aimed at all men and women, to have facilities for detection and treatment of other sexually transmitted diseases and to have an environment which would promote condom use and frank information dissemination without somatization and discrimination/


Sexually Transmitted Infections

discharge Copyright 2008 Allyn & Bacon Copyright 2008 Allyn & Bacon Viral Infections HIV/AIDS Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) A virus, which can be sexually transmitted, that destroys white blood cells in the immune system, leaving the body vulnerable to life-threatening diseases Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) Caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) Characterized by destruction of the immune system so that the body/


Chapter 11 Reducing the Risk for Infectious Disease J. Don Chaney, Ph.D. Texas A&M University.

by chlamydia. Gonorrhea: a widespread infection; symptoms include a burning sensation during urination. Syphilis Primary syphilis Secondary syphilis Late syphilis Common Sexually Transmitted Infections Other STIs Vaginitis Yeast Infection Protozoal Vaginitis Trichomoniasis Common Sexually Transmitted Infections Emerging Diseases West Nile Virus: causes death by encephalitis, an inflammation of the brain. Cutaneous anthrax Inhalation anthrax Gastrointestinal anthrax Protection Through Prevention Reducing/


Sexuality and Gender Chapter 10.

Menu Sexually-Transmitted Diseases LO 10.16 Sexually transmitted diseases Sexually-Transmitted Diseases Sexually transmitted diseases - can affect the sexual organs and the ability to reproduce and may result in pain, disfigurement, and even death. Common bacterial sexually transmitted diseases are Chlamydia, syphilis, and gonorrhea. Treatable with antibiotics. Menu Sexually-Transmitted Diseases LO 10.16 Sexually transmitted diseases Sexually-Transmitted Diseases Viral sexually transmitted diseases include/


Sexually Transmitted Diseases

herpes and human papilloma virus (HPV), account for 65 of the 68 million current infections. Source: American Social Health Association. Sexually Transmitted Disease in America: How Many Cases and at What Cost? Menlo Park, Calif.: Kaiser Family Foundation; 1998. In l980, /.  Today, one in every five Americans between ages 15 and 55 is infected with at least one sexually transmitted disease.  The Centers for Disease Control reports there are now more than 50 known STDs. Some STDs can make you sterile. Some /


Chapter 6 Understanding Sex and Sexualities. Chapter Outline Gender, Sexuality and Sexual Scripts Psychosexual Development in Young Adulthood Gay, Lesbian.

and infertility in women. Gonorrhea2–21 days Can lead to PID and infertility in women. Genital Warts 1-6 months Virus remains in the body after wards are removed. Principal Sexually Transmitted Diseases STD Time from Exposure to Occurrence Comments Genital Herpes 3-20 days Virus remains in the body, outbreaks of contagious sores may recur. Syphilis Stage 1 - 1–12 weeks Stage/


2009 Fall Conference Sexuality Education: Law, Health Standards, Need Brad Victor, MAT Sexuality Education Program Specialist Oregon Department of Education.

and hygienic practices that eliminate or reduce the risks of pregnancy and the risks of exposure to human immunodeficiency virus, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and other infectious or sexually transmitted diseases. Information about those risks shall be presented in a manner designed to allay fears concerning risks that are scientifically groundless. (d) Promote abstinence for school-age youth and mutually monogamous /


Sexually Transmitted Infections Toward effective prevention, diagnosis and treatment Building awareness In Canada and around the world, the trend is clear:

should be encouraged to seek medical attention immediately, rather than waiting for the onset of visible symptoms. Introduction Sexually Transmitted Infections Toward effective prevention, diagnosis and treatment Informing your partner Critical to prevent further spread of STIs and /, breast milk and saliva of infected individuals Most infected people (90%) naturally produce antibodies to fight the disease, but some develop chronic hepatitis B; they carry the virus all their lives and are infectious for life/


Sexually Transmitted Diseases/ Infections Mrs. Lauterback Mr. Keith 9 th Health

be ________ again and again if both partners are not treated at the same time. STD Scary Thoughts One in ____ sexually active persons will contract an STD by age 25. Condoms with spermicides will _____ protect people from all sexually transmitted diseases. Transmission of an STI _____ be prevented by washing the genital, urinating, and/or douching after sex. Any _____ discharge, sore/


Chapter 11 Preventing Diseases Lesson 1 What Causes Disease? >> Main Menu Next >> >> Chapter 11 Assessment Click for: Teacher’s notes are available in.

the spread of HIV. As you read, keep a list of both in your notebook. HIV MythsFacts sexually transmitted Communicable diseases spread from one diseases (STDs) person to another through sexual activity Sexually Transmitted Diseases Anyone who is sexually active can get sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Another name for STDs is STIs (sexually transmitted infections). Sexually Transmitted Diseases STDs can cause: Damage to menstrual health Damage to the reproductive system An inability to have children/


General Medical Emergencies: Part I. Major Topics Communicable / Infectious Diseases HIV Infection and AIDSHIV Infection and AIDS DiphtheriaDiphtheria.

Infection and AIDS Assessment Medical History Medical History  Blood transfusions, especially before 1985  Hemophilia  Occupational needle sticks or blood exposure  Sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s)  Tissue transplantation  Infant with HIV-positive mother  Sexual contact with IV drug user  Sexual contact with HIV-positive partner  Sexual practices including multiple partners, anal sex, oral-anal sex, or fisting  Recent TB exposure HIV infection and AIDS Physical examinationPhysical examination/


Sexually Transmitted Diseases Sexually Transmitted Infections Infections diseases spread from person to person through sexual contact.

and answers the scenario questions. 5. Practice your presentation 6. Present your scenario to the class. Oregon STD Stats Statewide for Oregon during 2004 – 2006 some important trends in HIV, sexually transmitted disease and tuberculosis include: – The number of new HIV infections diagnosed by year of diagnosis has remained stable at approximately 300 per year, and the number of deaths have remained constant/


Blood Borne Pathogenes “BBP “. Blood Borne Pathogens & Diseases Blood Borne = Found in Blood Blood Borne = Found in Blood Pathogen = Disease-Producing.

Exposures among prevalent infectionsLow Moderate High Contribution of exposures to disease burden by HCV prevalence Injecting drug use +++++++ Transfusions /Transmitted mainly (90%) from mother at birth B - Transmitted mainly (90%) from mother at birth C - Transmitted < 8% from mother at birth C - Transmitted < 8% from mother at birth B - Transmitted more sexually B - Transmitted more sexually C - Transmitted less sexually C - Transmitted less sexually C and B - Transmitted by IVDU C and B - Transmitted/


SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES/INFECTIONS. Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) also known as Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) -Are infectious diseases.

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES/INFECTIONS Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) also known as Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) -Are infectious diseases spread from one person to another through sexual contact. Sexual Contact: Sexual Contact: Intercourse (vaginal), Anal, Oral, & touching. Body fluids that can transmit an STD: Body fluids that can transmit an STD: - blood - blood - semen - vaginal secretions - breast milk Many people with STDs are asymptomatic – without having symptoms. They don’t seek /


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