STI Clinic Surveillance: Quarterly Reports Jan-Mar 2012

Sunday 21st April 2019


Summary

The tables below present national sexually transmitted infection (STI) case counts from participating sexual health and family planning clinics across New Zealand for the last five quarters. More detailed reports at the DHB level are available by clicking on the name of the DHB region in the list below. The reports are in PDF format. For further details on methods used and limitations of the data, refer to the latest STIs in New Zealand: Annual Surveillance Report.

All results and analyses are based on the data submitted prior to 29/06/2012. Any data submitted after this date are not included in this report due to time constraints. All results should be regarded as provisional.

Cautionary note:
The number of cases of STIs reported through the clinic-based surveillance system underestimates the true burden of disease in New Zealand because a substantial percentage of STIs are diagnosed by other health care providers, particularly primary health care practitioners.

Quarterly case counts reported from sexual health clinics by disease, January 2011 to March 2012

 Q1 2011
Q2 2011
Q3 2011
Q4 2011
Q1 2012
Change
Chlamydia
 14611383
1402
 11691335
 ▲
Gonorrhoea 253 202179 160 203 ▲
Genital herpes (first presentation)
 213 230231
 205 197 ▼
Genital warts (first presentation)
 687 600 635
 569 598 ▲
Infectious syphilis
 25 26 14 16 20 ▲
Non-specific urethritis
 152 149 135162
 167 ▲
Change in count presented was between the last two quarters:
no change; ▲count increase; ▼count decrease
Note: Data was not received from the Ashburton SHC for February 2012. This clinic sees only a small number of STI cases each month; in 2011, an average of 2.3 STI cases were seen each month.


Quarterly case counts reported from family planning clinics by disease, January 2011 to March 2012

 Q1 2011
Q2 2011
Q3 2011
Q4 2011
Q1 2012
Change
Chlamydia
719
651
751
706
726

Gonorrhoea46
30
40
36
50

Genital herpes (first presentation)
43
46
55
45
70

Genital warts (first presentation)
84
86
48
58
66

Infectious syphilis
0
1
0
0
2

Non-specific urethritis
0
2
4
5
0

Change in count presented was between the last two quarters:
no change; ▲count increase; ▼count decrease


No cases of chancroid, granuloma inguinale, or lymphogranuloma venereum were reported during this quarter.

Individual sexual health clinic reports
Northland DHB
Taranaki DHB
Nelson Marlborough DHB
Auckland region
Hawke's Bay DHB
West Coast DHB
Waikato DHB
Whanganui DHB
Canterbury DHB
Lakes DHB
MidCentral DHB
South Canterbury DHB
Bay of Plenty DHB
Hutt Valley DHB
Southern DHB
Tairawhiti DHB
Capital and Coast DHB
New Zealand (all DHBs)

Note: There is no sexual health clinic in Wairarapa DHB. Services are provided through primary care.

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