Treatment of Chlamydia trachomatis Infection

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Nongonococcal Urethritis NGU

Organism A number of organisms have been found to be responsible for urethritis not caused by the gonococcus, including Chlamydia trachomatis, Ureaplasma urea-lyticum, Trichomonas vaginalis and Mycoplasma hominis. Diagnosis This differs markedly in different parts of the world with developing countries adopting a syndromic approach (see above under gonorrhoea), while developed countries specifically test for Chlamydia. Where possible, diagnosis should be made by smear and culture, the absence of intracellular diplococci indicating NGU. The nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) or IF test with monoclonal antibody can be used on urethral or cervical swabs.

Classification of Communicable Diseases

There are 340 diseases listed in Chapter 19, of which the commonest causative organism is a virus, being responsible for 185 diseases, with arboviruses causing 118 infections. Bacteria and chlamydia account for 66 and the larger parasites for 54 infections, of which the nematodes cause 21 diseases, protozoa 17 and helminths 16. The commonest method of transmission is, therefore, the vector, with the mosquito being incriminated in a staggering 76 infections, ticks in 31, and other or unknown biting insects in 42 of the infections. In methods of control, with vectors being so frequent, vector control is the commonest, which proved useful in 134 of the disease conditions, but simple methods, such as using repellents and sleeping under mosquito nets, are all that are required most of the time. Next comes personal hygiene, invaluable for preventing 90 infections - just washing your hands, not spitting and making an effort to be clean can be remarkably effective. Allied to personal...