REGIONAL FACTORS OF DISTRIBUTION OF INFECTIONS, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED
Кафедра дерматовенерологии ГОУ ИПОвСЗ РТ
Munieva S.Kh., Kasymov O.I.
Department of Dermatology and STIs of State Educational Establishment «Institute of Postgraduate Education in Health Sphere of Republic of Tajikistan»
Aim. To study data on the regional factors promoting increase in prevalence of urogenital chlamidiosis.
Materials and methods. 110 women were object of research, all of them were divided into 2 groups: the main group — 80 patients in whom at inspection urogenital chlamidiosis is found. As control group 30 women at the age of 18-40 years at which inspection the chlamydial infection wasn't found were examined.
Results. The adverse situation with infections, sexually transmitted, is around the world aggravated with increase of stability of Chlamydia trachomatis and other causative agents of these infections to antimicrobic preparations. The regional factors in Tajikistan promoting a high incidence of urogenital chlamidiosis are the high level of population shift both inside, and, especially, out of the republic, low knowledge of the female population of STD and ways of their prevention, frequent casual sexual communications, and also irrational reproductive behavior.
Conclusion. Women with frequent and repeated abortions in the anamnesis, wives of migrants have to be included in group of high risk on development of urogenital chlamidiosis and pass screening on existence of a chlamydial infection..
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