Sexually Transmitted Infections Management Guidelines 2015

Sexually Transmitted Infections Management Guidelines 2015

Sexually Transmitted Infections Management Guidelines 2015

This guide includes the current STI syndromic management algorithms. STIs are preventable and many are treatable. Early access to care helps prevent further transmission to partners and from mother-to-child, acquisition of additional STIs, and decreases the risk of STI related complications. Screening for STIs at any and all health care visits, can promote STI prevention and management and provide an opportunity for additional health promotion and education. Where possible, STI screening and prevention should become routine and integrated into all health visits.

Type
Guides/Guidelines
Topic
Ideal Clinic
Primary Health Care
Language
English
Publisher
National Department of Health
Year
2014