Yogita Amit Hiwarkar, Dilip N Dhekale, Amit A Hiwarkar, Kolhe CG.
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Yogita Amit Hiwarkar1*, Dilip N Dhekale2, Amit A Hiwarkar3, Kolhe C.G. 3
1Assistant Professor, Community Medicine, Dr. Ulhas Patil Medical College and Hospital, Jalgaon Kh.,(M.S.), India
2Associate Professor, Community Medicine. Dr. Ulhas Patil Medical College and Hospital, Jalgaon Kh.,(M.S.), India
3Assistant Professor Anaesthesiology, Dr. Ulhas Patil Medical College and Hospital, Jalgaon Kh.,(M.S.), India
4Medical officer ESIS Dispensary no.1, Jalgaon.
Volume - 5,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2013
Background: Reproductive health is a crucial part of general health and a central feature of human development. Data on the epidemiology of reproductive-organ morbidity are needed to guide effective interventions, to set health-care priorities, and to target future research.
Objective: To study the prevalence of RTI/STI among women of reproductive age group
Material and methods: One hundred eighty one and one hundred four women participants from urban slums and rural area were included in the study. The RTI/STI were classified and treated according to syndromic case management.
Results: RTI/STI was diagnosed in 51.38% of participants in urban and 62.5% of women in rural with prevalence of 39.2% in urban and 45.19 % in rural area, the most common syndrome diagnosed was vaginal and cervical discharge syndrome (as per syndromic case management of RTI/STIs).
Cite this article:
Yogita Amit Hiwarkar, Dilip N Dhekale, Amit A Hiwarkar, Kolhe CG. A Study of Syndromic Case Management of RTI/ STIS. Research J. Pharmacology and Pharmacodynamics. 2013; 5(2): 129-131.