(Belga) Practical clinical management has been developed to help recognize and cure gonorrhea and spleen, named by the Federal Center for Healthcare Studies (KCE) on Tuesday. Such a device, which was widely used for general users, was not yet in Belgium. Other guidelines will be published for chlamydia, as these three sexually transmitted diseases (STIs) will now be more common.
“The number of STI cases is particularly concentrating in Belgium, as is the rest of the world,“ KCE calls. Chlamydia, conifer and syphilis are the first three places on the podium. Chlamydia disease, which has been widely recognized in young women, is up to half of the new STIs, so the number of chlamydia cases has risen from 9.1 per 100,000 residents t In 1996, Gonorrhea and spleen affect men who have male strains, and often these diseases, stopping cure and so on release, are notifiable. However, they can also have serious side effects, non-fertility or other irregularities, depending on their location, to make things worse when these STIs can be treatment with antibiotics will lead to a more aggressive effort Unreasonably making these drugs "more difficult to handle." In order to regulate the management and treatment of these diseases and WHO recommendations, KCE have developed two practical guidelines: one for gonorrhea and spleen, and the other for chip. It is important to find the current STI in time, applying the KCE. To do this, it is very important to consider sexual health with all patients, even those who are not at risk. A screening test may then be recommended. In addition, the federal center is developing an interactive online tool to help general doctors discuss STIs in consultation. Free, it will be available in the next few months. (Belga)