STI Clinic Surveillance: Quarterly Report Jan-Mar 2007

Thursday 19th September 2019


Summary

Sexual Health Clinics (SHCs)
Between January to March 2007, SHCs reported a total of 1 153 cases of chlamydia, 229 cases of gonorrhoea, 179 cases of genital herpes, 1 001 cases of genital warts, 22 cases of syphilis and 206 cases of NSU in males.

Family Planning Clinics (FPCs)
Between January to March 2007, FPCs reported a total of 892 cases of chlamydia, 58 cases of gonorrhoea, 39 cases of genital herpes, 157 cases of genital warts, one case of syphilis and four cases of NSU in males.

Student & Youth Health Clinics (SYHCs)
Between January to March 2007, SYHCs reported a total of 224 cases of chlamydia, 21 cases of gonorrhoea, 25 cases of genital herpes, 38 cases of genital warts and 4 cases of NSU in males. There were no cases of syphilis reported in this quarter.

Cautionary note:
The figures presented here may underestimate true infection rates because not all clinics and laboratories participate and STIs diagnosed by a range of other health care providers, such as GPs, are not included in this report. It is also important to note the denominator used in calculating disease rates. Rates based on clinic data use the total number of clinic visits, whether for STIs or other conditions, as the denominator.

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