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Connaissance et dépistage du chlamydiae trachomatis chez les jeunes

Abstract : Chlamydiae trachomatis (CT) is the sexually transmitted bacterium the most spread in industrialized countries as France, especially within people under 25. Often asymptomatic, it is the source in medium-term of complications as chronic pelvic pains, extra-uterine pregnancy and tubaire infertility. Objective. Show that young people do not know enough the CT, and consequently are not enough detected. Methods. The made study is an investigation of qualitative observation in the form of an anonymous survey. The questionnaire was distributed from October 2013 to January 2014 in the orthogenic center of Saint-Germain-en-Laye mainly. The target is young people of 25 years or less asking them about their feeling about their knowledge of the CT and the screening of this one. Results and conclusion. We got back 102 questionnaires. The majority (58,9%) does not know the CT and 69% of those who know it do not know the consequences. Only 44,1% were already detected for the CT. The CT prevalence found in the sample is 11,1%. So the primary prevention resting on the information of the young people is insufficient.
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Sarah Sitz. Connaissance et dépistage du chlamydiae trachomatis chez les jeunes. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2014. ⟨dumas-01003480⟩

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