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...Chlamydia Research Report SOURCE OF STUDY Link: http sti.bmj.com/content/84/3/171.full.pdf Wallace, L. A., Scoular, A., Hart, G., Reid, M., Wilson, P., & Goldberg, D. J. Title: What is the excess risk of infertility in women after genital Chlamydia infection A systematic review of the evidence. Publication: (2008). Sexually Transmitted Infection, 84.3, 171-175. doi:10.1136/sti.2007.026047 PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to summarize evidence about the risk of infertility in women after Chlamydia infection. FINDINGS This review of a longitudinal study that measured pregnancy rates in groups of adolescent women both with and without...
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Chlamydia
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...Chlamydia Chlamydia and Chlamydial infection. Chlamydia is a genus of bacteria that are obligate intracellular parasites. Generally, genus Chlamydia includes three species: Chlamydia muridarum, Chlamydia trachomatis and Chlamydia pneumonia (also known as Chlamydophila pnemoniae). The most common representative of Chlamydia genus is Chlamydia trachomatis which can cause Chlamydia infection – an infectious disease that is transmitted through sex. It is one of the most common sexually transmitted disease. Infection with...
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...Chlamydia Etiological Agent Chlamydia is a bacterial infection caused by Chlamydia trachomatis. The Genus is Chlamydia while the species name is C. trachomatis. According to the CDC (2014a), Chlamydia is a nationally notifiable disease in the United States. In America, the disease infects about 2.8 million individuals annually, and it is characterized by a high proportion of asymptomatic cases. Globally, Chlamydia is the most commonly reported sexually transmitted disease (Malik, Hakim, Shukla, & Rizvi, 2006). Most of the infections occur in sexually active adults and young adults. In...
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...Chlamydia Chlamydia Chlamydia is a bacterial caused sexually transmitted infection that may lead to eye infections in unborn infantsin sexually active individuals. It mostly occurs in young women and to women who have multiple sexual partners. However, this infection may also affect men through sexual relations with female sexual partners. Unlike many other infections, Chlamydia easily disappears with the right medical prescriptions and if discovered it in good time. Therefore, this essay will delve on both the early signs and late signs of an individual suffering from this infection. Further, this essay will zone in on ways to which the onset of this infection may delay and how to promote... ...
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Chlamydia Essay
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...Chlamydia Chlamydia Trachomatis is the most widespread and infamous bacterial infection affecting the genital tract. This STD is spreading around the globe at an alarming pace. In the United States, there is a 4 million per year case rate of Chlamydia which costs the US approximately $2 billion dollars in consequences and treatments. (Korenrump, 91-101) Persons who suffer from Chlamydia in underdeveloped countries and have no means of seeking treatment may become blind because Chlamydia has the potential of causing trachoma. It is becoming a global interest to control and restrain this budding disease. In order to do so it is essential to recognize the symptoms of Chlamydia... You're 14 October 2006...
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Chlamydia Trachomatis infections
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...Chlamydia ‘Trachomatis’ infections among ethnic group and ages 14 -24 in Miami Dade Florida Abstract Thesis, whether presented for academic or professional considerations, are subject to critical review by experienced panels and should be carefully planned and presented. A problem statement that forms a thesis’ basis is therefore very important. This paper seeks to offer a problem statement over a thesis on the topic, ‘Chlamydia Trachomatis Infections among ethnic groups and ages 14- 24 in Miami Dade Florida.’ The paper will also identify a working title for the thesis as well as research questions. Working title ‘Relationship between Chlamydia ‘Trachomatis’ infections and ethnic groups... ,...
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CHLAMYDIA AMONG TEENS AND YOUTH
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...Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted disease caused by the bacterium, Chlamydia trachomatis. Even though symptoms of chlamydia are usually mild or absent, serious complications that cause irreversible damage, including infertility, can occur "silently" before a woman ever recognizes a problem. The bacteria can move from one person to another through sexual intercourse, and possibly through oral-genital contact. If someone touches bodily fluids that contain the bacteria and then touches his or her eye, a chlamydial eye infection is possible. (Stamm W E, 1999) It is difficult for a girl to know whether she has chlamydia... Sex education, which is sometimes called sexuality education or sex and...
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Measure the Current Understanding of Chlamydia in the UK
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...Chlamydia in the UK Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease caused by bacteria called Chlamydia trachomatis. It is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases in the United States. 10% of sexually active young people are estimated to have affected Chlamydia. It is very easy to treat and cure. But the problem is, in most cases it does not show any symptoms, that is, in 50% of men, and, in 75% of women, it displays no symptoms. So it remains undiscovered and if untreated it can cause serious problems and irreversible damages such as infertility, damage of women’s reproductive organ, discharge from the pennies of an infected man etc. Chlamydia is very... ?Measure the Current Understanding of...
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Chlamydia trachomatis infections from ethnic minority aged 15 to 18 in Miami, Dade, Florida
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...Chlamydia Trachomatis Infection In Miami Dade Chapter Introduction Over the recent past, Chlamydia trachomatis disease has posed a greater challenge in Miami Dade. According to the County Snapshot based on five year Florida STD trends covering 2009 to 2013, there is a persistent growth in its prevalence rate. The cases of its infection has increased from 11,829 to 13,835 over the five years. In addition, the examination of prevalence rates per 100,000 persons has shockingly showed a fast growing trend. The number has risen from 8,110 in 2009 to 9,320 in 2013. Females have suffered more than males with a percentage of 51% in a population of 2,551,124 across...
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Chlamydia Trachomatis infections among ethnic groups aged 15 to 24 in Miami, Dade, Florida
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...Chlamydia trachomatis infections among ethnic groups aged 15 to 24 in Miami, Dade, Florida Chlamydia trachomatis is a species of bacteria that cause sexually transmitted infections. Such infections are symptomatic in men than in women and affects body parts such as urethra, cervix, and the pelvic area. This paper offers an introduction to the dissertation, ‘Chlamydia trachomatis infections among ethnic groups aged 15 to 24 in Miami, Dade, Florida’. The introduction includes preliminary information on the subject locality, problem statement, reason for the research, research questions, significance of the research, definition of terms, and...
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Chlamydia trachomatis
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Literature review identifies high incidence and prevalence rates of the infection and factors to the infection such as sex, age, ethnicity, state, and region. Rich data exist at state, national and global levels. Little knowledge on incidence by the factors exist at local levels such as city levels and state and national statistics are not reliable estimates of city statisticsThe is necessary for making local policies that can prevent and manage the infectionProblem StatementThere is lack of information on Chlamydia trachomatis infection statistics in miamiData shows that the infection’s incidence and prevalence across the explored factors has been incr...
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Topic for Dissertation: Chlamydia Trachomatis infections among ethnic group ages 14 -24 in Miami Dade Florida
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...Chlamydia ‘Trachomatis’ infections among ethnic group ages 14- 24 in Miami Dade Florida This paper seeks to make a post based on my research, ‘Chlamydia ‘Trachomatis’ infections among ethnic group ages 14- 24 in Miami Dade Florida.’ The paper demonstrates my experience in completing the review part of dissertations. My experience in completing the literature review part of the dissertation Academic review plays an important role in facilitating success of a dissertation’s objectives. It for example lays down grounds for a dissertation’s outline, problem statement, and statement of hypothesis. My past involvement in research has a rich experience in conducting academic reviews... Topic for dissertation:...
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Topic for Dissertation: Chlamydia Trachomatis infections among ethnic group ages 14 -24 in Miami Dade Florida
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...Chlamydia ‘Trachomatis’ infection among ethnic group ages 14- 24 in Miami Dade Florida This paper seeks to lay foundation for my dissertation by presenting its objective, timeline, and outline. What I hope to accomplish this term This term will mark the beginning of my dissertation and lay down the basis of the research. Having determined the research area, I intend to, during this term, develop an introduction of the dissertation, literature review, and methodology. The introduction will explore preliminary issues such as the problem to be investigated, research questions, and relevance of the study among others. Literature review will however review existing publications... Topic for dissertation:...
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The relationship between Chlamydia Trachomatis infection`s prevalance rate and ethnic groups and the age group between 15 to 24
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...Chlamydia trachomatis infection’s prevalence rate and ethnic groups and the age group between 15 to 24 years in Miami, Dade By Philis Palmer (Previous academic qualifications, Insert title of bachelors and masters programs) Proposal Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Public Health Walden University November, 2012 Abstract Chlamydia trachomatis is a species of bacteria that cause sexually transmitted infections. Such infections are easily detected in men than in women and affects body parts such as urethra, cervix, and the pelvic area. The infection’s prevalence is further dependent on demographic factors such as age... ? The relationship between...
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Health Promotion Proposal
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...Chlamydia trachomatis infections. It is a fact that Chlamydia is the most prevalent sexually transmitted infection in the US. Mostly, Chlamydia occurs in young adults who are sexually active and does not consistently use condoms while changing sexual partners. Literature Review Chlamydia rates among women have been on rise in last one decade in the US. The increase in reported cases is due to increased Chlamydia screening activities. Because of the huge burden of disease, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2011) propose a comprehensive Chlamydia prevention program that not only detects Chlamydia... ? The health promotion proposal aims at eliminating the proportion of females age 15-24 from...
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Testing anti-bacterial agents
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...Chlamydia trachomatis that have complicated intracellular structure. On the other hand, Anti C. trachomatis infection agent should be having specific proprieties such as being able to penetrate eukaryotic cells in bacteria Method: The efficiency of quinolones can show in vitro by two ways. Firstly, the infected cell may be exposed to different types of quinolone antibacterial. Secondly, McCoy cell monolayers should inoculate with 103 (IFU) OF C. trachomatis then incubate with or without ofloxacin. Result: The main results of testing anti-bacterial agents will show... in this paragraph. The effects of four types of antibacterial (Ofloxacin, Ciprofloxacin, Enoxacin and Norfloxacin) in McCoy...
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Global Health and Sustainability
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...Chlamydia) 5 Symptoms of Chlamydia 5 Epidemiology of Chlamydia 6 Reasons for Interventions Being Required 8 Issue around Sustainability and Resilience 12 Science behind the Chosen Intervention 16 Delivering the Information for the Chosen Audience 20 Reflection 21 Conclusion 22 References 24 Introduction The advent of technology and science has been playing an important role in the development medical science. For the past few years, medical science has increased its efficiency in treating patients in a better way, which has resulted in increased average life span long with decrease in mortality... Global Health and Sustainability Table of Contents Introduction 3 History of the Chosen Problem...
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Sexual transmitted Infection
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...chlamydia in people aged 15 to 25 years. Effective strategies and interventions to reduce chlamydia infections, influencing factors, impact policies on the provision of care, theories and models of health in understanding chlamydia patients within the high risk group and their holistic needs will be discussed. In the United Kingdom, sexually transmitted infections are a public health concern especially among young sexually active persons particularly those aged between 15 and 25 years. According to Public Health England (2015), there were 440,000 diagnoses of sexually transmitted infections in England. 1.6 million tests were carried out and 138,000 chlamydia diagnoses were made... Sexual transmitted...
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Course Project: Health Promotion Project/health promotion theory believe
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...CHLAMYDIA INFECTION MANAGEMENT Health Promotion Model Health Promotion Model as proposed by Nola J Pender in1982, describes the multi-dimensional nature of persons when they interact within their environment to pursue health. The model focuses on the 3 areas of individual characteristics and experiences, behaviour specific cognitions and affect, and behavioural outcomes. Thus, the model notes that each person has unique characteristics and experience that affect subsequent actions. The set of variables for the behaviour specific knowledge have important motivational significance that can be modified through nursing actions.(Black et al, 2006) Health Promotion... ? HEALTH PROMOTION MODEL: PERSPECTIVE OF...
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INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY, Unit 3, question #2
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...chlamydia, gonorrhea, genital herpes, syphilis, and AIDS. According to Karen Duffy and Eastwood Atwater, authors of the book entitled Psychology for Living, chlamydia is a “bacterium that is spread by sexual contact and affects both males and females” (Duffy and Atwater, 2008). For men, the most common symptoms... Question #2-What are five sexually transmitted diseases? Describe the symptoms and a preventive method for each. Sex is a natural part of the human experience. In addition to a vital aspect of human relationships, sex is the reason for the rapid growth and variation of the human population. Sex is also responsible for sexually transmitted diseases(STD). Five of the most common STD’s are...
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Epidemiology and research methodology
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...Chlamydia and the Roles of the Society Introduction Although communicable diseases are seen to be more prevalent in developing countries, the burden of these diseases can also be felt even in the developed ones. In fact, diseases like AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, and dengue are equally affecting several countries around the globe irregardless of their demographic characteristics and socioeconomic status (Boutayeb, 2006). Such trends can also be observed especially in terms of sexually transmitted diseases. According to a research, however, this pattern is observed among developed countries because the practice of premarital and multiple-partners sex is undoubtedly more common... in developed...
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Sexually transmitted disease
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...chlamydia, syphilis, gonorrhoea and the deadly HIV/Aids among others. STDs are a cause of concern as they in most cases negatively impact on the welfare of the public and they may often lead to loss of life if left uncontrolled. Prevalence and Incidence Research has shown that statistics about STD infections among youths are alarming in the USA. Thus according to a journal article by Josephine Polifroni...  Introduction Basically, a sexually transmitted disease (STD) can be loosely defined as any communicable disease that can be transmitted from one person to the other as a result of having unprotected sex with an infected partner. There are many types of sexually transmitted diseases such as chl...
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Science Reported in Media vs. Scholarly Sources
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...Chlamydia trachomatis which is a microorganism that spreads through any contact with discharges from the eye of the person who has been infected and commonly spread by either fingers when they rub fingers, towels, handkerchiefs, etc. another common method for this disease to spread is via transmission of the infection by eye-seeking flies. This disease is quite severe in nature and after a long time of repeatedly getting infected, the inner part of the eyelid can become so scarred in such a severe fashion that the whole eyelid could actually turn inwards and cause the lashes... Trachoma is an extremely old eye infection that has been very commonly known to all of mankind. Its major cause is basically...
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Advertising and consumer culture, Public Service Annoucement(PSA)
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...chlamydia and gonorrhea dominance among women of color that later on spread throughout America. 1. Theoretical Perspective History of Public Service Announcements dates back to World War II in United States of America when radio broadcasters and other advertising agencies presented their services towards war efforts and in the process war advertising council also came... Module Public Service Announcement Introduction Public Service Announcements (PSAs) are unlike product or service advertisement which are intended to attract some clients or customers for profits rather PSAs are initiated to educate and inform large population mainly about a problem. In this regard PSAs are awareness campaigns having...
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Public Health and an Epidemic
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...Chlamydia, a sexually transmitted disease. While it is very well under control by the use and management of certain antibiotics, there has been reported... Running head: PUBLIC HEALTH AND AN EPIDEMIC PUBLIC HEALTH AND AN EPIDEMIC of the ______________________________________ Student ID No. _____ Program: _________________________________________ (course or educational curriculum) Specialization: ____________________________________________ Faculty Mentor/Professor: _______________________________________ Name of school ___________________________________________ Overview / Abstract The instant paper shall discuss a very important concern that has been hovering over public health since time immemori...
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Sexually Transmitted Infections
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...Chlamydia Trachomatis in a woman of childbearing age. Chlamydia is the commonest sexually transmitted disease in the United States caused by a bacterium. Chlamydia Trachomatis causes this disease and has an estimated prevalence of 4 million infections annually. About 75 percent of the infected women (Sexually Transmitted disease. CDC Fact sheet) do not have any symptoms. Symptoms include abnormal vaginal discharge, lower abdominal pain, lower back pain and burning sensation when urinating. Nausea, pain during intercourse, fever and bleeding between periods may also be seen. It is diagnosed by laboratory... 1. Describe the prevalence, clinical features, diagnosis, treatment and possible complications of...
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High Risk Sexual Behavior with Incarcerated Youths
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...chlamydia and gonorrhea due to some technical issues, as well as, in generalizability of the findings. On the whole, the work is well-written by qualified experts and will be useful for both clinicians and researchers in the field of STD. Belenko, S., Dembo, R., Rollie, M., Childs, K., Salvatore, C. (2009). Detecting, preventing, and treating sexually transmitted diseases among adolescent arrestees: an unmet public health need. American Journal of Public Health, 99(6), 1032-1041. The need to widen surveillance measures against STD among incarcerated youth has never been more crucial than now and the last few years because... ? Annotated Bibliography Belenko, S., Dembo, R., Weiland, D., Rollie M.,...
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Interventions For Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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...Chlamydia, lymphogranuloma venereum, syphilis, and granuloma inguinale. There are also STDs which may be caused by fungi including jock itch and yeast infections. Other STDs are caused by parasites, namely, pubic lice and scabies. According to Workowski (n.d.), there are more than 25 infectious organisms resulting in STDs. Workowski and Berman (2010) report the findings of their consultation with professionals in the treatment guidelines for STD published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The guidelines were developed based on a literature review of published literature from peer... Running Head: SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES Interventions for Sexually Transmitted Diseases School ...
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The effectiveness of public health interventions
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...Chlamydia sentinel surveillance. Health Determinants Public health has three principles... back towards Chlamydia testing. This set back could be well defined by the culture and social life of the Aborigins (Goller, J. & etal. 2012). Public Health Strategy For successful gains in public health, strategies must be laid to counter forces against deteriorating health. This is achieved through programs, interventions and strategies. Proper implementation of such positively affects public health. The interventions may target asbestos, cervical cancer, smoking, HIV and AIDS among others. In public health intervention strategy, three levels are highlighted. These are; the primary...
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Alcoholic hepatitis
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...Chlamydia and alcoholic hepatitis Alcoholic hepatitis is described by O'Beirne et al. as an inflammation of the liver that result from over indulgence in alcohol drinking after a significantly long period of time. Over indulgence in alcohol has an impact on liver functioning test. This is as a result of steotosis. In this case, hepotocytes show droplets of triglycerides. Sadia is reported to have slight skin decolouration. This is a clinical symptom of jaundice, which is associated with liver failure. Jaundice occurs after long period of alcohol abuse. This means that she has hepatic failure that resulted from increased level of balirubin in extracellular fluid... ?[The [The [The Case study: Alcoholic...
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Sexually transmitted disease in Miami 2011-2012
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...chlamydia, and infectious syphilis over the three-year-period between 2009 and 2011” (Florida STD Rates: Best And Worst Counties For Gonorrhea, Chlamydia And Syphilis , 2013). It was also revealed that Miami Dade actually ranks among the highest in terms of exhibiting the new AIDS cases in the country. The HIV/Aids Surveillance Report published by the Miami-Dade County Health Department shows the number of cases by gender and year from 2000 to 2012, and shown as Appendix 3. The statistics show that there is an average number of AIDS cases... ? Sexually Transmitted Disease in Miami - al Affiliation Sexually Transmitted Disease in Miami - Demography Characteristics of Miami Dade Miami Dade County is...
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Environmental Microbiology Research Essay topic: Environmental chlamydiae
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...Chlamydiae Appears Here] College Appears Here] The environment harbors various microorganisms which certainly have ecological importance. Some of these microorganisms however have a potential to become human pathogens. One of the microorganisms which show to have relevant medical importance is Chlamydiae which are one of the microorganisms which become successful in infecting humans (Horn et al., 2004). Lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV) and trachoma are two of the diseases caused by Chlamydia trachomatism (Arbique, 2008). It was first thought that Chlamydiae species infect only specific hosts but studies revealed that they found in fish, insects, turtles and amoeba. Ecological samplings... Environmental...
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STD's in today's society
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...Chlamydia, and syphilis. Moreover, the organisms causing the diseases include virus, and bacteria. In the society, anybody is disposed to the infections. However, those individuals that engage in unprotected sexual intercourse or exposure are at higher risk of getting the infections (Mandal, 2013). Furthermore, the risk increases in those people with multiple sexual... ?STD's in today's society STD's in today's society Introduction Sexually transmitted diseases have become a serious health problem. The diseases are usually common in developed countries as compared to developing countries (Eng & Butler, 1997). According to World Health Organization (WHO), over thirty millions infection occurred in the...
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MSc personal statement
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...Chlamydia. My project was different in that it focused particularly on the invasion mechanisms of Chlamydia and my task was to propose a new model for Chlamydial entry addressing disparities and gaps in the current models. I also enjoyed... MSc Virology I have applied for this because I have a disposition towards finding out what causes infectious diseases, as an undergraduate student I relished the experience of studying about the pathogenesis of infectious diseases. I would want to cure as many people as I possibly can after finding out the cure for several deadly diseases and this can only happen when I learn more about viruses. I believe that understanding of the role of viruses in disease...
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Literature Critique Antibiotic Trials for Coronary Heart Disease
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...Chlamydia pneumoniae, Helicobacter pylori etc. have been implicated in the pathogenesis of coronary artery disease (CAD) (Vijayvergiya... Literature critique Literature Critique Antibiotic Trials for Coronary Heart disease Background Information and Problem statement Atherosclerosis is an inflammatory disease and it was believed that high plasma concentrations of cholesterol particularly that of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol was the principal risk factor for atherosclerosis (Rusell, 1999). The possibility that various microbial agents may trigger a cascade of reactions leading to inflammation, atherogenesis, and thrombotic events in vascular system by chronic infection with various agents like Chlam...
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...Chlamydia trachomatis. The bacterium enters the body through sexual contact, and it can affect both men and women. Although the actual number of LGV patients is not available, a few cases of LGV are diagnosed in the United States every year (Lymphogranuloma Venereum). Central and South America is most affected by LGV bacterial infection as compared to North America. The development of this disease can be grouped under two phases such as primary phase and secondary phase... ? (Assignment) Lymphogranuloma Venereum ‘Lymphogranuloma Venereum’ or LGV is a bacterial infection which is transmitted through sexual intercourse. It primarily affects lymphatics and lymph nodes. LGV is caused by a bacterium known as...
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Family Planning among Teenagers
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...chlamydia and/or gonorrhea be accomplished? Chlamydia and gonorrhea are two of the most common sexually transmitted infections particularly among adolescents (Beigi, 2012, 10). Several states require screening for chlamydia and gonorrhea among... ? Family Planning among Teenagers The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit to analyze the case study presented; and (2) to answer seven relevant questions pertaining to the case study and sexuality issues among female teenagers. Family Planning among Teenagers 1. Can a practitioner provide family planning services to a minor without parental knowledge? If an adolescent demands confidentiality, how can a physician prevent the transfer of...
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Syphilis
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...Chlamydia Infection Chlamydia is a bacterial STD caused by Chlamydia trachomatis and it is transmitted during sexual contact oral, anal and vaginal with infected person. Most of the infections with the STI have no symptoms (in about 70% of infection). In the absence of symptoms in infected individuals, abnormal vaginal and penis discharge may occur coupled to pain while urinating. Complications due to the infection may result if the infections go untreated thus leading to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) in women and epididymis in men. These two conditions may lead to ectopic pregnancy and infertility in women and men respectively. Exposure of the bacteria to the baby... Topic: Pathogenic Microbe...
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Human sexuality
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...Chlamydia, genital warts, gonorrhea, herpes, cytomegalovirus and even HIV and AIDS. One needs to be tested if symptoms such as sores on the genitals, discharge from the vagina or penis, itching and burning sensations are noticed. Chlamydia does not cause any symptoms; an untreated Chlamydia may lead to infertility, and many other complications in the long run. Women are found... ? Human Sexuality Introduction Human sexuality is the way of expressing oneself describing our behavior, attitudes and decisions. After eating and sleeping, this is the most powerful drive that any healthy and normal human being deals with in their life. It is correct to state that our behavior and thought process largely centers ...
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Term paper II
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...chlamydia and/or gonorrhea be accomplished? Chlamydia and gonorrhea are two of the most common sexually transmitted infections particularly among adolescents (Beigi, 2012, 10). Several states require screening for chlamydia and gonorrhea... Family Planning among Teenagers The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit to analyze the case study presented; and (2) to answer seven relevant questions pertaining to the case study and sexuality issues among female teenagers. Family Planning among Teenagers 1. Can a practitioner provide family planning services to a minor without parental knowledge? If an adolescent demands confidentiality, how can a physician prevent the transfer of billing/insurance ...
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...Chlamydia Infection Chlamydia is a bacterial STD caused by Chlamydia trachomatis and it is transmitted during sexual contact oral, anal and vaginal with infected person. Most of the infections with the STI have no symptoms (in about 70% of infection). In the absence of symptoms in infected individuals, abnormal vaginal and penis discharge may occur coupled to pain while urinating. Complications due to the infection may result if the infections go untreated thus leading to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) in women and epididymis in men. These two conditions may lead to ectopic pregnancy and infertility in women and men respectively. Exposure of the bacteria to the baby... Topic: Pathogenic Microbe...
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Gonorrhoea Medicine Essay
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...Chlamydia... ?Gonorrhoea Patient details: Female. 25 years old. Examined at: 15:30 Global Over View: The service received the call from the patients’ home address, when the patient (pt), had phoned complaining of abdominal (abdo) pain and vaginal discharge. I met the patient outside of her home address, when she was waiting for the ambulance. On arrival, the patient appeared anxious to get on to the ambulance. Once on board, the pt who was from Romania explained in good English that she has been having lower abdo/ pelvic/ vaginal pain whilst urinating from the past week, she has also noticed that she had a creamy coloured discharge Per Vaginal (PV), This has a odor to it. She also explained that she had...
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Critically analyse the current health promotion activities associated with this sexual health
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...Chlamydia, non-specific urethritis and wart virus infections, but almost all sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are becoming more common (Stokes 1997). The frequency of visits to branches of genitourinary medicine (GUM) in England has doubled over the last decade and now stands at over a million a year, see figure 1 below. Diagnoses of genital Chlamydia also virtually doubled up during the 1990s, with a major marked increase in men and women aged less than 20. Current surveys of women indicate Chlamydia infection rates of up to 12% and there are more reports of outbreaks of syphilis3. The total of HIV infections newly... Analyses of the Current Health Promotion Activities Associated with Sexual...
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EPISODIC and Analysis
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...Chlamydia and urinary tract infection or UTI. PLAN: Subsequently, the following plan was designed and suggested for an assessment of the patient after consulting with school clinic: 1) Gonorrhea/ Chlamydia Test – for Urethral Infection – a Non-culture detection of N. gonorrhea – b. Culture positive for N. gonorrhea, with or without confirmation tests; 2.) Test for Rectal/Pharyngeal Infection; 3.) Test for HIV from the patient’s blood collected sample; 4.) DNA probe test must be done to rule... Order# 248987 EPISODIC S AND ANLYSIS IDENTIFICATION T. M. Age: 17 years old Gender: Male Race: African American Chief complaint: “I can not urinate, I have cough, and stuffy nose for two days already”...
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Tetracycline Antibiotics
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...Chlamydia. Chlortetracycline... and Mode of Action of Tetracycline Antibiotics Tetracycline antibiotics were obtained after systematic screening of soil samples from all parts of the world for microorganisms capable of producing antibiotic substances (Goodman & Gilman, 2001). Chlortetracycline was the first compound from this class which was successfully used to treat diseases of bacterial origin. They are one of the most widely used classes of antibiotics today and several thousand of varieties have been synthesized till date (Aleksandrov & Simonson, 2008). They are broad spectrum in action and are effective against a number of gram-positive, gram-negative bacteria, rickettsiae and Chlamydia....
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Social Science
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...Chlamydia is the most common STD. Chlamydia has no obvious symptoms and can even cause infertility if left untreated. Up to twenty -nine percent of sexually active adolescent girls have been found to be infected with Chlamydia. Another common disease is herpes, which causes sores and painful swelling of the genitals. There is no cure for herpes, but it can be treated. STD Gonorrhea, not uncommon among teenagers... SOCIAL SCIENCE PREMARITAL SEX For years, researches have been carried out focusing only on ways to prevent sex before marriage, one of which is undoubtedly the seminars that bring proper knowledge regarding the issue. With all these different ideas made, still, the rate of premarital sex...
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Disease Control and Prevention
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...Chlamydia and urinary tract infection or UTI. PLAN: Subsequently, the following plan was designed and suggested for an assessment of the patient after consulting with school clinic: 1) Gonorrhea/ Chlamydia Test - for Urethral Infection - a Non-culture detection of N. gonorrhea - b. Culture positive for N. gonorrhea, with or without confirmation tests; 2.) Test for Rectal/Pharyngeal Infection; 3.) Test for HIV from the patient's blood collected sample; 4.) DNA probe test must be done... Order# 248987 EPISODIC S AND ANLYSIS IDENTIFICATION T. M. Age: 17 years old Gender: Male Race: African American Chief complaint: "I can not urinate, I have cough, and stuffy nose for two days already"...
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Nursing Case Review of 15 Year Old Girl
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...chlamydia are quite life threatening while other infections are very irritating but not very life threatening. Thus, due to suspicion of such infections our 15 years old girl had to under go the Chlamydia screening. Screening is a very effective method for detecting asymptomatic infections such as chlamydia that may led to pelvic inflammatory disease and infertility (Stephenson, et al, 2003... ?Running head: CASE REVIEW OF 15 YEAR OLD GIRL Case Review of 15-year-old Girl Insert Insert Insert 25 August Case Review of 15 year old Girl Introduction Sexual health is “a state of physical, emotional, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality; it is not merely the absence of disease, dysfunction or ...
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Unit 6 Seminar Public Health
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...chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis. However, isolation and quarantine may possibly break confidentiality of contacts’ information due to identification of individuals with diseases and follow-up of contacts. It may also lead to public recognition and social stigma placed upon affected individuals. Barrier protections such as immunizations, isolation, and quarantine encompass treatment of those with disease and their contacts and are all essential comprehensive efforts to control communicable diseases and protect the population. Reference Riegelman, R. (2010). Communicable Diseases. Public Health 101: Healthy People – Healthy Populations (p. 99-110). Massachusetts: Jones...
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HUMAN REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY QUESTION ASSIGNMENT
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...Chlamydia Caused by Chlamydia trachomatis Sexually transmitted People with low immunity have a greater risk Men may experience pain and penile discharge while women may have painful sexual intercourse and painful urination. The condition can result to infertility as long term complication Can be treated by use of antibiotics A person may be infected... Week 3 Biology Assignment Question Birth Control Category Examples General Range of Effectiveness Advantages Disadvantages Rhythm Calendar method 80% No prescription is required and is accessible. Can be done at home without consulting a doctor. The methods are natural since it doesn’t involve intake of synthetic hormones. It is not reliable, since t...
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