Epidemiological Study of Syndromic Diagnosis Cases of HIV Positive Attending DVL OP in Government General Hospital NizamabadPoola Ramachandra Rao* and S Surya Narayana
Government Medical College & Hospital Nizamabad, India
- *Corresponding Author:
- Poola Ramachandra Rao
Assistant Professor in DVL
Government Medical College & Hospital
Nizamabad, Telangana, India
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Received Date: October 09, 2015 Accepted Date: November 30, 2015 Published Date: December 08,2015
Citation: Ramachandra Rao P, Narayana SS (2015) Epidemiological Study of Syndromic Diagnosis Cases of HIV Positive Attending DVL OP in Government General Hospital Nizamabad. J Trop Dis 4:189. doi:10.4172/2329891X.1000189
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Sexually transmitted diseases (STD) consist of different group of endemic diseases of varying clinical presentation, characterized epidemiologically as sexually transmitted infections. Sexually transmitted diseases in individuals have far reaching health, social and economic consequences. Sexually transmitted infections are very important because of their potential complication and interaction with HIV/AIDS. Recognition of HIV/STI cases has tremendous contribution for targeted intervention in the hospital. By evaluating the HIV/STI cases it will be a signal to know the affected groups and major determinants. In this Paper, the study was conducted to evaluate the clinical, epidemiological and laboratory characteristics of the sexually transmitted diseases (STD) found in the government general Hospital, Nizamabad in the year 2013.