P S Allan
Coventry & Warwickshire Partnership Trust, UK
Dr Sris Allan is a consultant in Sexual health and HIV in Coventry, UK and an associate professor in Warwick medical school. He has been active in clinical practice, medical education and in the field of HIV research particularly HIV and ageing
Antibiotic resistance to Neisseria gonorrhoea(N.g) is rapidly developing and changing worldwide. Soon we may be faced with a situation where parenteral treatment is the only option.
Methods: All N.G cases in our clinic between 1st January to 30th June 2007 to 2016 were identified and analysed for antibiotic sensitivity.
Results: In 2016 there were 131 cases of N.g identified. Since the introduction of Ceftriaxone and Azithromycin as the treatment of choice in 2011 we saw a reduction in multi drug resistance until 2013, after which point we saw a gradual increase in cases reaching 23% in 2016. This is the first year we have identified the isolate resistant to four antibiotic groups including Cefuroxime