Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infectious (STI) disease caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum. This bacterium causes infection when it gets into broken skin or mucus membranes, usually of the genitals.सिफलिस एक यौन संचारित संक्रामक (STI) रोग है जो ट्रेपोनेमा पैलिडम जीवाणु के कारण होता है। यह जीवाणु संक्रमण का कारण बनता है जब यह टूटी … Read more

Raising Awareness about HIV and STI Related Problems

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) continue to be major public health concerns worldwide. Despite significant progress in prevention and treatment, the number of new cases remains high, emphasizing the need for increased awareness and education. This blog post aims to shed light on the importance of understanding and addressing these issues. … Read more

Increasing Awareness about HIV and STI-Related Problems

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) continue to be major public health concerns around the world. These infections can have serious consequences for individuals and communities, making it crucial to raise awareness and educate the public about prevention, testing, and treatment options. The Importance of Awareness One of the primary reasons for … Read more

Awareness about HIV/AIDS and STI Related Problems

The Importance of Raising Awareness When it comes to public health, raising awareness about various issues is crucial. In this blog post, we will focus on the importance of raising awareness about HIV and STI related problems. By increasing knowledge and understanding, we can work towards preventing the spread of these infections and ensuring the … Read more

Benzathine Penicilin Treatment for Maternal Syphilis

  Benzathine Penicillin Treatment for Maternal Syphilis WHO Guidelines strongly recommend intramuscular injection of Benzathine penicillin G (BPG) as the most effective treatment for maternal syphilis                       *Except in case of patient being allergic to penicillin*   Assessment of Patient Eligibility for Treatment of syphilis (1) Assess Test Results:                 Patient should have tested reactive … Read more

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