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STI Part 3 – Canadian Guideline

7. Vaginal Discharge (Bacterial Vaginosis, Vulvovaginal Candidiasis, Trichomoniasis) Etiology The three infections most commonly associated with vaginal discharge in adult women are: Bacterial vaginosis (BV) – Not STI Most common cause of vaginal discharge. Characterized by an overgrowth of genital

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STI Part 2 – Canadian Guidelines

Management and Treatment of Specific Syndromes diagnosis by syndrome and laboratory diagnosis by testing for specific organisms are both important and complementary 1. Asymptomatic & at risk for STI Etiology: Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Chlamydia trachomatis, Treponema pallidum, HSV1/2, HPV, HIV, Viral hepatitis Specimens and testing: First-catch

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STI Part 1- Canadian Guidelines

Primary care setting can incorporate STI primary and secondary prevention in the course of routine patient care Assessing, discussing, helping patients recognize and minimize STI risk. Informing patients about signs and symptoms of STIs (and lack thereof). Offering patient-centred counselling and STI

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