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M6 13-005

Exam 8: Reproductive System; Sexually Transmitted Disease

Sexually Transmitted Disease Infections that are usually transmitted during intimate sexual contact or transmitted from an infected mother to her newborn. May occur with or without symptoms.
Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD): Incidence AIDS/HIV Gonorrhea Syphilis Trichomoniasis, HSV venereal warts Chlamydia
Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD): Factors Unprotected sex. Permissiveness. Treatment delay. Antibiotic Resistance.
Genital Herpes Infectious viral disease Herpes simplex virus (HSV) Type I Type II Recurrent disease with no cure.
Genital Herpes Type I Mouth and Lips
Genital Herpes Type II Located in inguinal area
Genital Herpes: Assessment/ Clinical Manifestations Vesicles Initial lesions persist for 3 to 10 days Recurrent lesions have a duration of 7 to 10 days
Genital Herpes: Diagnosis Physical examination and patient history Tissue cultures
Genital Herpes: Medical Management Lesions heal spontaneously Lidocaine Acyclovir (Zovirax) Valacyclovir (Valtrex) Famciclovir (Famvir) Hygiene Loose fitting cotton undergarments Frequent sitz baths  
Syphilis infectious systemic disease that may be either congenital or acquired through sexual contact or contaminated needles
Syphilis: Stages Primary Secondary Latent Tertiary
Syphilis: Primary Stage organism's entry into the body. Incubation is usually 10 to 90 days
Syphilis: Secondary Stage Between six to eight weeks and six months after the infection begins. systemic infection marked by the eruption of skin rashes and ulcers in the mucous membranes
Syphilis: Latent Stage Characterized by relative absence of external symptoms. pregnant women can transmit syphilis to their unborn children during the latency period
Syphilis: Tertiary Stage pregnant women can transmit syphilis to their unborn children during the latency period
Created by: jtzuetrong