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Prevention of sexually transmitted diseases

Personal prevention consists in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, refraining from accidental sexual intercourse, from excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages, which in most cases are one of the causes of promiscuous sexual life. To date, there are no absolutely reliable means to guarantee the prevention of infection. The use of condoms significantly reduces the risk of infection, especially when having sexual intercourse with unfamiliar partners. After sexual intercourse, it is advisable immediately (but not later than 1.5 - 2 hours) to wash the genitals, lower abdomen and inner thighs with soap or Seyfgard soap and treat with a 0.05% solution of chlorhexidine bigluconate (gibitan). After urination with gibitana solution or 0.01% myristonium solution, flush the urethra. If it is impossible to conduct self-treatment, it is advisable to use the help of individual venereal disease prevention points that operate with leather dispensaries. The applied personal preventive measures only to some extent reduce the risk of infection and at the same time do not give a full guarantee in the occurrence of diseases.

Public prevention includes measures aimed at preventing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases, and includes taking into account sexually transmitted patients, identifying sources of infection and their treatment, examining all members of the patient's family and those who were in contact with him, including children.
Three-fold Wassermanization of all pregnant women, a mandatory clinical and serological examination of donors, patients in the somatic departments of hospitals that go to work and work in children's institutions and food enterprises are carried out. Treatment of identified patients or the appointment of preventive treatment to persons who were in close household or sexual contact with obviously sick people, or to persons who have received the blood transfusion of patients with syphilis.

A major role in the fight against sexually transmitted diseases should play a sanitary - educational work. The specifics of the content of lectures for a healthy population is that it needs special attention to be paid to the causes and conditions of infection, the initial signs of the disease, the need for early medical attention, the harm of self-medication, complications, and individual prevention methods.
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Prevention of sexually transmitted diseases

  1. Lecture .V Prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, STDs, AIDS.
    Plan: 1. The main ways of transmission of sexually transmitted diseases. STDs, AIDS. 2. Symptoms of the disease. 3. Prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, STDs, AIDS. 1. The main ways of transmission of sexually transmitted diseases, STDs, AIDS. Hey ipyniie of infectious diseases, much attention is paid, because the world's population suffers from them more often than all other infections, except for the usual
  2. Prevention of bad habits and sexually transmitted diseases
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  3. Lecture 8. VENERAL DISEASES AND THEIR PREVENTION
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  4. LECTURE No. 9 PREVENTION OF HARMFUL HABITS AND VENERIC DISEASES
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  5. Sexually transmitted diseases and their prevention. AIDS and its prevention. Prevention of Sexual Violence
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  6. . Medical and hygienic and sex education of adolescents. Features of a hygienic approach to the regimen of the day, study and personal hygiene of boys and girls. Medical and hygienic approaches to the prevention of bad habits, sexually transmitted diseases in older students. AIDS Prevention The effect of drugs on the human body and offspring.
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  7. Sexually transmitted diseases and their prevention
    Happiness is like health: when you do not notice it, then it is. Ivan Turgenev Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Urogenital infections. Venereology. Syphilis. Gonorrhea. Chlamydia Trichomoniasis Sexually transmitted infections have long been referred to as sexually transmitted diseases or, as they are now called, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Since the restructuring and the beginning
  8. VENEREAL DISEASES
    Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs, STIs) will be more correct to call sexually transmitted diseases. Therefore, the organs of the genitourinary system turn out to be the object of the pathogenic effect. These diseases have been known to mankind for a long time, but only in recent decades have they learned how to effectively treat them. However, do not underestimate the danger that they themselves
  9. Sexually transmitted diseases and infectious skin diseases
    Everyone entering the pre-trial detention center is carefully examined to identify signs of a sexually transmitted disease or infectious skin diseases. Particular attention is paid to the condition of the skin of the scalp, mucous membranes of the oral cavity, genitals, and anal area. Palpable cervical, submandibular, supraclavicular and subclavian, axillary and inguinal
  10. Major sexually transmitted diseases
    Candidamycosis is a common disease that causes so much inconvenience to a woman that she urgently needs to see a doctor. Symptoms thick white discharge, burning in the vagina, sexual intercourse become painful. The causative agent is candida albicans, a yeast family fungus. In 60%, the cause of mycosis is internal; the woman herself becomes a source of infection. Source of infection
  11. Methods and techniques for examining patients with skin and venereal diseases
    For successful treatment of the patient, a correctly diagnosed disease is necessary. However, the diagnosis of the disease is the most difficult process. An important role in the diagnosis is played by experience, the ability to conduct differential diagnosis, use diagnostic methods and techniques that help establish the correct diagnosis. Introducing some of the most common and
  12. Health effects of production factors. Hygiene of mental and physical labor. Prevention of overwork. Industrial hazards and occupational diseases. The main directions of their prevention
    Productive activity is an integral part of the life of an adult able-bodied person. At the same time, the production process and factors of the working environment have a multilateral effect on the human body. The scientific direction of preventive medicine in the field of hygienic aspects of human labor is occupational hygiene or (in recent years) - medicine
  13. Disease Prevention
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