Programação Científica

Programação Científica

Dia 9 de Julho – Domingo

Pré-congresso Brasileiro

8h00 – 12h10 – Manhã

Sala Alvorada II

Curso Estado da Arte e Título de Qualificação em DST, parte 1

Coordenadores: Edilbert Pellegrini Nahn Junior, José Eleutério Junior, Ivo Castelo Branco Coêlho

8h00Abertura/Introdução

Mauro Romero Leal Passos

8h30 – 8h50Incidência das IST no Brasil e no Mundo

Ivo Castelo Branco Coêlho

8h50 – 9h10Sífilis – epidemiologia e clínica

Edilbert Pellegrini Nahn Junior

9h10-9h30Diagnóstico laboratorial da sífilis e tratamento

Maria Carolina P. V. Rygaard

9h30-9h50Herpes simples – diagnóstico e conduta

Edilbert Pellegrini Nahn Junior

9h50-10h10úlceras genitais – abordagem

Edilbert Pellegrini Nahn Junior

10h10 – 10h30 Intervalo

10h30 – 10h50Corrimento uretral – abordagem

Ana Gabriela Alvares Tavares

10h50 – 11h10HPV – diagnóstico de lesões associadas

Ana Gabriela Alvares Tavares

11h30-11h50Vacinas contra HPV – Update

Isabel Cristina C. do Val Guimarães

11h50-12h10Discussão

Ana Gabriela Alvares Tavares, Edilbert Pellegrini Nahn Junior, Isabel Cristina C do Val Guimarães,

Ivo Castelo Branco, José Eleutério Junior, Maria Carolina P. V. Rygaard, Mauro Romero Leal Passos

09h00 às 17h00

Sala Oriente

– Reunião de Monitoramento da Agenda de Ações Estratégicas para Redução da Sífilis Congênita no Brasil

Coordenação: Adele Schwartz Benzaken e equipe técnica do Departamento das IST, do HIV/Aids e das Hepatites Virais/Secretaria de Vigilância em Saúde/Ministério da Saúde.

Público: Parcerias internas e externas do Ministério da Saúde, que compõem o grupo de trabalho da agenda.

Exposição dialogada

09h-09h20 – Abertura e Apresentação dos participantes

09h20-10h20 – Apresentação do Monitoramento da Agenda: Status atual das ações do Ministério da Saúde

10h20-11h20 – Avaliação e contribuições para Agenda: parcerias externas

11h20-11h50 – Desafios e propostas futuras

11h50-12h – Encerramento

10h – 12h

Sala Imperial

– Simpósio: Educação e Saúde em DST para adolescentes de comunidades do Rio de Janeiro.

Coordenação: Dennis de Carvalho Ferreira, Maria Clara Bicho, Fabio Moherdaui, Waldemar Antônio Tassara, Nelson Vespa Junior, Zoraide Gomes, Mauro Romero Leal Passos.

12h10 – 13h50 –

Almoço/ Reunião da Diretoria da SBDST

14h00 – 17h00

Sala Alvorada II

Curso Estado da Arte e Título de Qualificação em DST, parte 2

Coordenadores: Edilbert Pellegrini Nahn Junior, José Eleutério Junior, Ivo Castelo Branco Coêlho

14h-14h20 – Update em HIV

Valdir Monteiro Pinto

14h20-14h40 – A epidemia de ITS e HIV em mulheres e meninas na América Latina: visão geral da situação atual

Mariangela Freitas da Silveira

14h40 – 15h00 – Update em Cervicites

Iara Moreno Linhares

15h00-15h20 – Microbioma vaginal na vagina saudável

Ana Katherine S. G. de Oliveira

15h20-15h50 – Higiene genital feminina

Paulo Cesar Giraldo

15h50-16h10 – Vaginose bacteriana

José Eleutério Junior

16h10-16h30 – Candidíase Vulvovaginal

Susana Cristina Aide V. Fialho

16h30-17h00 Intervalo

17h00-17h20 – Tricomoníase

Renato de Souza Bravo

17h20-17h40 – Diagnóstico laboratorial em corrimento vaginal

José Eleutério Junior.

17h40-18h00 – Discussão

Ana Katherine S. G. de Oliveira, Edilbert Pellegrini Nahn Junior, Ivo Castelo Branco, José Eleutério Junior, Iara Moreno Linhares, Paulo Cesar Giraldo, Renato de Souza Bravo, Susana Cristina Aide V. Fialho, Valdir Monteiro Pinto, Mauro Romero Leal Passos

14h00 – 17h00

Sala Bandeirantes

Oficina: Preservativo Feminino, Diagnóstico e Tratamento: estratégias de prevenção combinada para as IST

Responsáveis: Liz Pasini (Ministério da Saúde), Pâmela Cristina Gaspar (Ministério da Saúde), Daniela Cristina Soares (Ministério da Saúde) e Itana Miranda dos Santos (Ministério da Saúde)

Público: Médicos (as), enfermeiros (as), profissionais de saúde, gestores, pesquisadores, docentes, discentes e demais interessados no tema.

14h00-16h30

Sala Imperial

-Simpósio: Experiências comunitárias na prevenção às DST/AIDS no Rio de Janeiro: a perspectiva da sociedade civil organizada

Coordenação: Veriano Terto Jr (ABIA) e Katia Edmundo (CEDAPS)

Justificativa: As experiências realizadas por ONGs e outras organizações comunitárias tem ao longo dos últimos 30 anos gerado conhecimentos e práticas inovadoras na prevenção para os grupos mais vulneráveis às DST/AIDS. Estratégias como a utilização de referências culturais dos próprios grupos sociais abordados, a mobilização comunitária, a promoção e defesa dos direitos humanos, têm sido aspectos marcantes no trabalho destas organizações e comunidades, que não são apenas alvo das ações, mas co-partícipes em seu planejamento, execução e avaliação.

Em vez de focar apenas aspectos biomédicos na prevenção, as experiências aqui apresentadas, abordam também aspectos comportamentais e estruturais, propondo assim uma abordagem combinada de prevenção que trabalham as diferentes dimensões da vida dos indivíduos e coletivos. Esperamos ampliar o enfoque da prevenção, mostrando que, mais do que ações pontuais, a prevenção deve seguir uma pedagogia, na qual cultura, direitos, educação devem caminhar junto com a informação correta e adequada, inclusive para uma promover uma boa adesão ao tratamento.

Metodologia: Na oficina as ONGs relatarão suas experiências de prevenção com diferentes públicos. Vídeos, cartazes, panfletos, entre outros materiais produzidos pelas ONGs podem ilustrar os relatos e ser distribuídos aos participantes. Ao longo dos relatos, perguntas serão bem-vindas de forma a estimular um diálogo construtivo e solidário entre os participantes.

17h30 – 18h00

Sala: Segovia I, II e III

Abertura do Congresso Mundial

18h15 – 19h00

Sala: Segovia I, II e III

Conferência de Abertura do Congresso Mundial

19h30

Local: salas Louvres e Versalles

– Coquetel de Boas vindas

Dia 10 de Julho – Segunda-feira

Manhã

Ver Programação do mundial

Tradução simultânea somente na Sala: Segovia I, II e III (Plenária)

Tarde

Pré-congresso Brasileiro

13h20 – 14h00

Sala Oriente

Casos Clínicos com debate:

Moderadores: Ana Gabriela Alvares Travassos e Iara Linhares

– Caso em genitália masculina: Roberto José de Carvalho Silva

– Caso em genitália feminina: Paulo Cesar Giraldo

– Caso Clínico em boca: Luiz Carlos Moreira

18h00 – 19h30

Sala Oriente

Prova Teórica do Título de Qualificação em DST

Coordenadores: Edilbert Pellegrini Nahn Junior, José Eleutério Junior, Ivo Castelo Branco Coêlho, Renata de Queiroz Varella, Waldemar Antônio Tassara

Dia 11 de Julho – Terça-feira

Manhã

Ver Programação do mundial

Tradução simultânea somente na Sala: Segovia I, II e III (Plenária)

Tarde

Pré-congresso Brasileiro

14h00 – 15h30

Sala Oriente

Prova Prática do Título de Qualificação em DST

Coordenadores: Edilbert Pellegrini Nahn Junior, Ivo Castelo Branco Coêlho, José Eleutério Junior, Newton Sergio de Carvalho, Renata de Queiroz Varella

18h00 – 19h00

Salas Louvre III e IV

– Visita aos Pôsteres e Conversa com os Selecionados

Tema: Assistência (1)

Coordenadores: Nelson Vespa Junior, Maria Clara Bicho, Geraldo Duarte

P01.8MANEJO DA INFECÇÃO PELO HIV EM UMA UNIDADE BÁSICA DE SAÚDE DE MANAUS

Adriana Raquel Nunes de Souza, Glicia Cardoso, Maria Nair Guimarães Costa

P01.5 – COINFECÇÃO LEISHMANIOSE VISCERAL/HIV: UMA COMBINAÇÃO POTENCIALMENTE FATAL

Mikaele de Souza Sales, Julianny Galdino Amorim, Gabrielle Cavalcante Trigueiro, Pedro Walisson Gomes Feitosa, Sávio Samuel Feitosa Machado

P01.9 – PANORAMA DA SAÚDE SEXUAL DE ADOLESCENTES ACOMPANHADOS EM SERVIÇO DE ASSISTÊNCIA ESPECIALIZADA EM IST/AIDS

Eveline Xavier-Souza, Krysna Pires Lessa, Camila Silva Souza, Raiza Trindade, Maiara Timbó, Ana Gabriela Travassos

P01.13 – SÍNDROME INFLAMATÓRIA DE RECONSTITUIÇÃO IMUNE EM ESCOLAR COM COINFECÇÃO HIV-TB

Kelly Soares Teixeira, Marcelly Raiza da Silva e Silva, Camille Vidigal de Oliveira, Ana Cláudia Mendes Mourão, Thayná Lima Martins, Carolinn Albuquerque Lobão

Tema: Epidemiologia (2)

Coordenadores: Miguel Tilli, Iara Moreno Linhares, Susana Aide, Fabio Moherdaui

P02. 16 – A PREVALÊNCIA DA SÍFILIS EM PARTURIENTES EM DUAS MATERNIDADES DO RIO DE JANEIRO

Denise Leite Maia Monteiro; Luciane Rodrigues Pedreira de Cerqueira; Alexandre José Baptista Trajano; Bianca de Melo Araújo; Caroline Tavares Monteiro. Núcleo Perinatal HUPE-UERJ, Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brasil.
P02.27 – HEPATITES B E C: O QUE SABEM OS DOCENTES?

Viviane Vanessa Rodrigues da Silva Santana (UFS), Clodis Maria Tavares (UFAL)

P02.15- A HISTÓRIA DA AIDS EM MATO GROSSO DO SUL CONTADA PELA EPIDEMIOLOGIA

Clarice Souza Pinto, Ana Rita Coimbra Motta de Castro, Danielle Martins Tebet, Grazielli Romera

P02.14 – A AVALIAÇÃO DO TESTE-RÁPIDO DE HIV EM GESTANTES NAS REGIÕES DE SAÚDE DE SERGIPE

Fernanda da Silva Costa

P02.28 -HIV/AIDS AND TUBERCULOSIS ON TRANSVESTITES AND TRANSGENDERS (MTFS) IN SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL

Márcio Cristiano de Melo, Priscila Maria Stolses Bergamo Francisco, Márcio Cristiano de Melo, Péricles Alves Nogueira

P02.37 – SERVIÇOS DE HIV/AIDS DO ESTADO DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL: ANÁLISE DO PERFIL DE ATENDIMENTO

Marina Gabriela Prado Silvestre, Nêmora Tregnago Barcellos, Rarianne Carvalho Peruhype, Guilherme Barbosa Shimocomaqui

P02.36 – RISCO CARDIOVASCULAR EM INDIVÍDUOS INFECTADOS PELO VÍRUS HIV EM SEGUIMENTO AMBULATORIAL: ASSOCIAÇÃO ENTRE ESCORE DE FRAMINGHAM E MARCADORES BIOQUÍMICOS, CLÍNICOS E ANTROPOMÉTRICOS

Rita de Cássia Nasser Cubel Garcia, Kátia Martins Lopes de Azevedo, Sérgio Setúbal, Marilda Mendonça Siqueira, Arthur Daniel Rocha Alves, Luciane Almeida Amado Leon, Solange Artimos de Oliveira

P02.40 – TENDÊNCIA DE MORTALIDADE POR AIDS NO MUNICÍPIO DO RIO DE JANEIRO ENTRE 2000 E 2014

Ana Paula da Cunha, Marly Marques da Cruz, Solange Kanso

PO2.17 – ANÁLISES DOS CASOS DE NOTIFICAÇÃO DE SÍFILIS CONGÊNITA DO MUNICÍPIO DE FOZ DE IGUAÇU- PARANÁ 2007-2016

Adriel Chihyun Chung Campos; Wilma Nancy Campos Arze; Lucas Zonta Rodolfo; Otávio Rodrigues de Matos Neto; Harvey Mauricio Medina Villamizar; Jonathan Mazaia De Assis.

Congress Party, One Night In Rio (Ingressos na secretaria do evento)

Dia 12 de Julho – Quarta-feira

Ver Programação do mundial

Tradução simultânea somente na Sala: Segovia I, II e III (Plenária)

Tarde

12h10 – 13h20

Sala Segovia I, II e III

Plenária de Abertura no Auditório principal com tradução simultânea

Coordenadores: Angelica Espinosa Miranda, Adele Schwartz Benzaken, Mauro Romero Leal Passos

Conferência: O desafio do controle da tuberculose em pessoas vivendo com HIV

Denise Arakaki-Sanchez

Conferência: Precisamos de um Dia Nacional de Combate à sífilis?

Mauro Romero Leal Passos

17h30 – 18h00

Sala Segovia I, II e III

Conferência: Vacinação contra HPV para meninos: o que conseguimos após seis meses do início da implementação no Brasil?

Presidente: Maria Clara Bicho

Ana Goretti Kalume Maranhão

Dia 13 de Julho – Quinta-feira

Manhã

8h30 – 10h10

Sala Segovia I, II e III

Plenária: Update DST; HIV; Educação em saúde e DST/HIV

Presidente: Maria Luiza Bezerra Menezes

– A vigilância da resistência antimicrobiana das cepas de Neisseria gonorrhoeae circulantes no Brasil: resultados do projeto SenGono

Maria Luiza Bazzo (UFSC)

– Viva Melhor Sabendo: a experiência brasileira de testagem do HIV em parceria com ONG

Tainah Dourado de Miranda Lobo (Ministério da Saúde)

– Telelab: uma ferramenta para ampliação da testagem de HIV, sífilis e hepatites virais

Ana Flávia Pires (Ministério da Saúde)

Debate

10h10 – 10h30

Café

10h30 – 12h30

Sala Segovia I, II e III

Apresentação Oral de Tema Livre

Coordenadores: Renato de Souza Bravo e Newton Sérgio de Carvalho

Tema: Assistência (1)

AO1.1 – ASPECTO QUE INFLUENCIAM A PRESENÇA DE DÉFICITS DE AUTOCUIDADO EM PACIENTES VIVENDO COM HIV/AIDS

Rúbia Aguiar Alencar; Suely Itsuko Ciosak; Ana Beatriz Henrique Parenti; Camila de Carvalho Lopes.

AO1.2 – ASSISTÊNCIA HOSPITALAR A RECÉM-NASCIDOS EXPOSTOS À TRANSMISSÃO VERTICAL DA SÍFILIS

Ana Paula Ferreira Holzmann; Carla Silvana de Oliveira e Silva; Sônia Maria Oliveira de Barros; Dulce Aparecida Barbosa.

AO1.3 – CONFIGURAÇÕES FAMILIARES DE IDOSOS QUE VIVEM COM HIV/AIDS

Maria Irene Ferreira Lima Neta; Edna Maria Peters Kahhale.

AO1.4 – DIAGNÓSTICOS E INTERVENÇÕES DE ENFERMAGEM DE PACIENTE VIVENDO COM HIV/AIDS EM SEGUIMENTO AMBULATORIAL

Rúbia Aguiar Alencar; Camila de Carvalho Lopes; André Augusto Galvão; Ana Beatriz Henrique Parenti.

Tema: Epidemiologia (2)

AO1.5 – A SÍFILIS EM GESTANTE NO ESTADO DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL: UM ESTUDO EPIDEMIOLÓGICO E PROPOSIÇÕES DE AÇÕES PARA O SEU ENFRENTAMENTO

Tatiana Heidi Oliveira; Clarice Solange Teixeira Batista; Marcia Rosane Moreira Santana; Marina Gabriela Prado Silvestre; Aline Coletto Sortica; Elson Romeu Farias.

AO1.6 – ANÁLISE DO PERFIL DOS HOMENS QUE FAZEM SEXO COM HOMENS (HSH) QUE PARTICIPARAM DO PROJETO A HORA É AGORA E A INFECÇÃO HIV EM CURITIBA/PR, BRASIL.

Raquel Maria Cardoso Torres; Marly Marques Da Cruz; Vanda Cota; Cristiane Yumi Nakamura; Solange Kanso El Ghaouri.

AO1.7 – TENDÊNCIA DA DETECÇÃO DO HIV/AIDS EM GESTANTES NO MUNICÍPIO DO RIO DE JANEIRO ENTRE 2003 E 2014

Ana Paula da Cunha; Marly Marques da Cruz; Solange Kanso.

AO1.8 – VISÃO DE PROFISSIONAIS DE SAÚDE FRENTE À POSSIBILIDADE DE INFECÇÃO DE HIV/AIDS EM IDOSOS

Patrícia Aparecida Borges de Lima.

10h30 – 12h30

Sala Segovia IV

Apresentação Oral de Tema Livre

Coordenadores: Mariangela Silveira, Helder Machado

Tema: Laboratório ou Diagnóstico (3)

AO1.9 – EPITOPE MAPPING OF HIV­SPECIFIC CELLS FROM HIV­-1 INFECTED PATIENTS IN DIFFERENT DISEASE STAGES FOLLOWING ART AND LONG­-TERM NON­-PROGRESSORS AND ELITE CONTROLLERS FROM A COHORT OF SA?O PAULO, BRAZIL

Gustavo Ferminie Hildebrando; Samara Pinheiro do Carmo Gomes; Marcello Mihailenko Chaves Magri; Jorge Casseb; Alberto José da Silva Duarte; Bosco Christiano Maciel da Silva.

AO2.10 – ESTUDO SÓCIO-DEMOGRÁFICO DE MULHERES COM ATIPIAS CELULARES CERVICAIS NA CIDADE DE JUIZ DE Fora, MG

Ana Cláudia Sierra Martins; Michelle da Silva Pereira; Analice Claudia de Azevedo; Bruno Chagas Monteiro; Vânia Lúcia da Silva; Cláudio Galuppo Diniz.

AO2.11 – LESSONS FROM A COHORT OF LTNP AND ELITE HIV CONTROLLERS FROM SAO PAULO, BRAZIL: A COMPLEXE HOST-PATHOGEN RELATIONSHIP WITH HIV

Bosco Christiano Maciel da Silva; Gustavo Ferminie Hildebrando; Paula Ordonhez Rigato; Liã Barbara Arruda; Samara Pinheiro do Carmo Gomes; Marcello Mihailenko Chaves Magri; Jorge Casseb; Alberto José da Silva Duarte.

AO2.12 – VALIDITY OF BIOELECTRIC IMPEDANCE ANALYSIS COMPARED TO DUAL-ENERGY X-RAY ABSORPTIOMETRY AND AIR DISPLACEMENT PLETHYSMOGRAPHY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH HIV

João Antônio Chula de Castro; Luiz Rodrigo Augustemak de Lima; Diego Augusto Santos Silva.

Tema: Prevenção ou Experiência em Serviços (4)

AO2.13 – AVANÇOS DA IMPLEMENTAÇÃO DA PROFILAXIA PÓS-EXPOSIÇÃO NO RIO GRANDE DO SUL

Aline Coletto Sortica; Marina Gabriela Prado Silvestre; Jussara San Leon; Tatiana Heidi Oliveira; Marcia Rosane Moreira Santana Fitz.

AO2.14 – COBERTURA DOS EXAMES DE HIV E SÍFILIS EM GESTANTES: A SITUAÇÃO NOS PARTOS E ABORTAMENTOS NA REDE PRIVADA DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL

Marina Gabriela Prado Silvestre; Aline Coletto Sortica; Jussara San Leon; Marcia Rosane Moreira Santana Fitz; Tatiana Heidi Oliveira.

AO2.15 – FLUXO PARA MONITORAMENTO DO INGRESSO DO USUÁRIO COM DIAGNÓSTICO REAGENTE PARA O HIV AO TRATAMENTO NO SUS NO MUNICÍPIO DE PORTO ALEGRE/RS

Fabiana Ferreira dos Santos.

AO2.16 – IMPLANTAÇÃO DE PLANO DE AÇÃO MUNICIPAL DE COMBATE A SÍFILIS CONGÊNITA REDUZ NÚMERO DE CASOS NOVOS NO MUNICÍPIO DE NOSSA SENHORA DO SOCORRO-SE

Elisângela Goes Andrade.

AO2.17 – O IMPACTO PSÍQUICO DO DIAGNÓSTICO E DA CONVIVÊNCIA COM A SOROPOSITIVIDADE PARA HIV/AIDS

Maria Cristina Dias.

AO2.18 – O POP-UP DO HPV: O USO DA TRIDIMENSIONALIDADE COMO RECURSO LÚDICO PARA O ENSINO E PREVENÇÃO DE INFECÇÕES SEXUALMENTE TRANSMISSÍVEIS

Thays Merçon; Gustavo Henrique Varela Saturnino Alves; Rita de Cássia Machado Da Rocha; Georgianna Silva dos Santos; José Augusto Costa Nery; Elena Carla Castro.

12h30 – 14h00

ALMOÇO / Visita aos Pôsteres

Tarde

14h00 – 16h00

Sala A – Segovia I, II e III

– Simpósio: Manejo das IST, do HIV e das Hepatites Virais

Moderadores: Elucir Gir e Geraldo Duarte

– Atualização do Manejo das Infecções Sexualmente Transmissíveis

Adele Schwartz Benzaken – Ministério da Saúde

– Atualização do Manejo das Hepatites Virais B e C

Elisa Argia Basile Cattapan – Ministério da Saúde

– Atualização do Manejo da infecção pelo HIV em adultos e em crianças/adolescentes

Fernanda Rick – Ministério da Saúde

Sala B – Segovia IV

Simpósio: Prevenção da Transmissão Vertical de HIV e Sífilis

Moderadores:Maria Carolina P. V. Rygaard, Ana Katherine S. G. de Oliveira

– Vigilância Epidemiológica da Transmissão Vertical de HIV e sífilis no país e novas definição de casos

Ronaldo de Almeida Coêlho – Ministério da Saúde

– Proposta de Certificação da Eliminação da Transmissão Vertical do HIV em municípios do Brasil:

Alexsana Sposito Tresse – Ministério da Saúde

– Agenda de Ações Estratégicas para Redução da Sífilis Congênita no Brasil:

Francisca Lidiane Sampaio Freitas – Ministério da Saúde

16h00-16h30

Sala Louvre III e IV

CAFÉ / Visita aos Pôsteres e Conversa com os Selecionados

Tema: Laboratório ou Diagnóstico(3)

Coordenadores: Roberto José de Carvalho Silva, Edilbert Pellegrini Nahn Junior, José Eleutério Junior

P03.41 – CLINICAL AND LABORATORIAL FINDINGS OF HIV/B19V COINFECTION

Rita de Cássia Nasser Cubel Garcia, Kátia Martins Lopes de Azevedo, Sérgio Setúbal, Marilda Mendonça Siqueira, Arthur Daniel Rocha Alves, Luciane Almeida Amado Leon, Solange Artimos de Oliveira

P03.43 – PERFIL BIOQUÍMICO E ESTADO NUTRICIONAL DE CRIANÇAS VIVENDO COM HIV/AIDS ATENDIDAS POR UM SERVIÇO ESPECIALIZADO NO MUNICÍPIO DE MACAÉ/RJ.

Geani de Oliveira Marins, Lismeia Raimundo Soares, Nadir Machado Alves Cardoso, Kátia Calvilenzi de Almeida

P03.42 – Estudo de caso: Monitoramento molecular e clínico no tratamento de Papilomatose Respiratória Recorrente (PRR) infantil com a vacina quadrivalente anti HPV.

Katia Cristina da Silva, Fernanda Nahoum Carestiato, Tegnus Depes Gouvea, Ana Márcia Xavier, Lorena Abreu, Mauro Romero Leal Passos, Silvia Maria Baeta Cavalcanti

P03.46 – UTILIDADE DA PRESENÇA DE EOSINÓFILOS NO LÍQUIDO CEFALORRAQUIDIANO NO DIAGNÓSTICO DIFERENCIAL DO ACOMETIMENTO NEUROLÓGICO EM PACIENTES INFECTADOS PELO HIV

Letícia Pletsch, Caroline Vieira de Souza, Sergio Monteiro de Almeida

P03.44 – PRUEBA PILOTO PARA LA IMPLEMENTACIÓN DE NUEVAS ESTRATEGIAS DE DIAGNÓSTICO RÁPIDO DE SÍFILIS EN EMBARAZADAS EN UN HOSPITAL PÚBLICO DE BUENOS AIRES

Miguel Tilli

P03.45 – TRIAGEM PARA SÍFILIS COM FLUXOGRAMA REVERSO UTILIZANDO TESTE TREPONÊMICO QUIMIOLUMINESCENTE: RELAÇÃO ENTRE OS VALORES DO ÍNDICE S/CO OBTIDOS DAS AMOSTRAS TESTADAS E A CONFIRMAÇÃO DIAGNÓSTICA PARA SÍFILIS.

Elaine Cristina Manini Minto, Gislaine Carla Bovo Gonçalves, Crysthine dos Santos Vicente Cafure, Luiz Benjamin Trivellato Filho, Gisele Sueli Albanezi Malaguti, Leonardo da Silva Sertório

P03.47 – PROTOCOLO DE ESTUDO DE USABILIDADE DO AUTO-TESTE ACTION HIV I e II.

Ewerton Mozart Nogueira Martins, Margela Marconcine, Luiz Claudio Pereira Ribeiro, Sarita da Silva Magalhães, Cassia Cristina Alves Gonçalves, Ivan Neves Junior, Fernando Raphael e Almeida Ferry.

Tema: Prevenção ou Experiência em Serviços

Coordenadores: Gloria Aguilar, Isabel Cristina C. do Val, Valdir Monteiro Pinto

P04.73 – EXPERIÊNCIAS EXITOSAS PARA REDUÇÃO DA SÍFILIS CONGÊNITA E AS ESTRATÉGIAS DE “BOAS PRÁTICAS” PARA ADMINISTRAÇÃO DE PENICILINA EM QUATRO MUNICÍPIOS DO BRASIL.

Maria Vitória Ramos Gonçalves, Freitas, FLS

P04.99 – TRANSMISSÃO VERTICAL TARDIA DO VÍRUS HIV VIA ALEITAMENTO MATERNO: ANÁLISE DE CASOS DE INFECÇÃO PEDIÁTRICA COM HISTÓRIA MATERNA SORONEGATIVA DURANTE A GESTAÇÃO

Nathalia Zorze Rossetto, Ana Carolina Barcellos, Cristina de Oliveira Rodrigues

P04.53 – Analise do comportamento sexual de jovens e Avaliação das políticas públicas voltadas ao combate à AIDS em escolas de São Luís- MA

Leonardo de Oliveira Souza, Pedro Carvalho Freire, Mirian Lima Cavalcante, Ednilda Mota Sousa, Abdias de Melo e Sousa

P04.75 – INFECÇÕES SEXUALMENTE TRANSMISSÍVEIS (IST´S) EM UM SERVIÇO DE REFERÊNCIA NO ATENDIMENTO ÀS VÍTIMAS DE VIOLÊNCIA, EM VITÓRIA (ES)

Rodrigo Barroso Araújo, Ronise Valéria Guarnier

P04. 56 – BUSCA ATIVA E INTERNAÇÃO COMPULSÓRIA COMO ESTRATÉGIA DE REDUÇÃO DA TRANSMISSÃO VERTICAL DO HIV EM CASOS DE NEGLIGÊNCIA OU OMISSÃO DA MULHER

Milena Moreira Ferreira, Mislaine de Oliveira Rodrigues, Terezinha Ricaldone, Carlos José Quaresma Jeismann, Ana Paula França Dutra

16h30 – 17h00

Segovias I, II e III

Conferência: Quais os avanços e os desafios para o manejo da sífilis na Atenção Básica?

Presidente: Angelica Espinosa Miranda

Adele Schwartz Benzaken – Ministério da Saúde

Segovias IV

Conferência: Prevenção Combinada do HIV e prevenção das IST e Hepatites Virais para populações-chave

Presidente: Sandra Fagundes Moreira Silva

Tainah Dourado de Miranda Lobo – Ministério da Saúde

17h10 – 17h50

Encerramento com Premiações

TRABALHOS APRESENTAÇÃO ORAL (AO)

Tema: Assistência (1)

AO1.1 – ASPECTOS QUE INFLUENCIAM A PRESENÇA DE DÉFICITS DE AUTOCUIDADO EM PACIENTES VIVENDO COM HIV/AIDS

Rúbia Aguiar Alencar1; Suely Itsuko Ciosak2; Ana Beatriz Henrique Parenti1; Camila de Carvalho Lopes1.

1Unesp – Universidade Estadual Paulista. Faculdade de Medicina de Botucatu – Depto de Enfermagem, Botucatu – SP – Brasil; 2EEUSP, São Paulo – SP – Brasil

AO1.2 – ASSISTÊNCIA HOSPITALAR A RECÉM-NASCIDOS EXPOSTOS À TRANSMISSÃO VERTICAL DA SÍFILIS

Ana Paula Ferreira Holzmann1; Carla Silvana de Oliveira e Silva1; Sônia Maria Oliveira de Barros2; Dulce Aparecida Barbosa2.

1Unimontes, Montes Claros – MG – Brasil; 2UNIFESP, São Paulo – SP – Brasil

AO1.3 – CONFIGURAÇÕES FAMILIARES DE IDOSOS QUE VIVEM COM HIV/AIDS

Maria Irene Ferreira Lima Neta; Edna Maria Peters Kahhale.

PUC/SP, São Paulo – SP – Brasil

AO1.4 – DIAGNÓSTICOS E INTERVENÇÕES DE ENFERMAGEM DE PACIENTE VIVENDO COM HIV/AIDS EM SEGUIMENTO AMBULATORIAL

Rúbia Aguiar Alencar; Camila de Carvalho Lopes; André Augusto Galvão; Ana Beatriz Henrique Parenti.

UNESP – Universidade Estadual Paulista. Faculdade de Medicina de Botucatu – Depto de Enfermagem, Botucatu – SP – Brasil

Tema: Epidemiologia (2)

AO1.5 – A SÍFILIS EM GESTANTE NO ESTADO DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL: UM ESTUDO EPIDEMIOLÓGICO E PROPOSIÇÕES DE AÇÕES PARA O SEU ENFRENTAMENTO

Tatiana Heidi Oliveira; Clarice Solange Teixeira Batista; Marcia Rosane Moreira Santana; Marina Gabriela Prado Silvestre; Aline Coletto Sortica; Elson Romeu Farias.

Secretaria Estadual de Saúde, Porto Alegre – RS – Brasil

AO1.6 – ANÁLISE DO PERFIL DOS HOMENS QUE FAZEM SEXO COM HOMENS (HSH) QUE PARTICIPARAM DO PROJETO A HORA É AGORA E A INFECÇÃO HIV EM CURITIBA/PR, BRASIL.

Raquel Maria Cardoso Torres1; Marly Marques da Cruz1; Vanda Cota1; Cristiane Yumi Nakamura2; Solange Kanso El Ghaouri1.

1ENSP/FIOCRUZ, Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brasil, 2Secretaria Municipal de Saúde/Curitiba, Curitiba – PR – Brasil

AO1.7 – TENDÊNCIA DA DETECÇÃO DO HIV/AIDS EM GESTANTES NO MUNICÍPIO DO RIO DE JANEIRO ENTRE 2003 E 2014

Ana Paula da Cunha; Marly Marques da Cruz; Solange Kanso.

ENSP/FIOCRUZ, Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brasil

AO1.8 – VISÃO DE PROFISSIONAIS DE SAÚDE FRENTE À POSSIBILIDADE DE INFECÇÃO DE HIV/AIDS EM IDOSOS

Patrícia Aparecida Borges de Lima.

Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, Uberlândia – MG – Brasil

Tema: Laboratório e Diagnóstico (3)

AO1.9 – EPITOPE MAPPING OF HIV­SPECIFIC CELLS FROM HIV­-1 INFECTED PATIENTS IN DIFFERENT DISEASE STAGES FOLLOWING ART AND LONG­-TERM NON­-PROGRESSORS AND ELITE CONTROLLERS FROM A COHORT OF SA?O PAULO, BRAZIL

Gustavo Ferminie Hildebrando1; Samara Pinheiro do Carmo Gomes1; Marcello Mihailenko Chaves Magri2; Jorge Casseb1; Alberto José da Silva Duarte1; Bosco Christiano Maciel da Silva1.

1Lim 56, Faculdade de Medicina, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo – SP – Brasil, 2Centro de Referência e Treinamento em DST/AIDS, São Paulo – SP – Brasil

AO2.10 – ESTUDO SÓCIO-DEMOGRÁFICO DE MULHERES COM ATIPIAS CELULARES CERVICAIS NA CIDADE DE JUIZ DE FORA, MG

Ana Cláudia Sierra Martins; Michelle da Silva Pereira; Analice Claudia de Azevedo; Bruno Chagas Monteiro; Vânia Lúcia da Silva; Cláudio Galuppo Diniz.

Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, Juiz de Fora – MG – Brasil

AO2.11 – LESSONS FROM A COHORT OF LTNP AND ELITE HIV CONTROLLERS FROM SAO PAULO, BRAZIL: A COMPLEXE HOST-PATHOGEN RELATIONSHIP WITH HIV

Bosco Christiano Maciel da Silva1; Gustavo Ferminie Hildebrando1; Paula Ordonhez Rigato2; Liã Barbara Arruda1; Samara Pinheiro do Carmo Gomes1; Marcello Mihailenko Chaves Magri3; Jorge Casseb1; Alberto José da Silva Duarte1.

1Lim 56, Faculdade de Medicina, Univesidade de São Paulo, São Paulo – SP – Brasil, 2Instituto Adolfo Lutz, São Paulo – SP – Brasil, 3Centro de Referência e Treinamento em DST – AIDS, São Paulo – SP – Brasil

AO2.12 – VALIDITY OF BIOELECTRIC IMPEDANCE ANALYSIS COMPARED TO DUAL-ENERGY X-RAY ABSORPTIOMETRY AND AIR DISPLACEMENT PLETHYSMOGRAPHY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS WITH HIV

João Antônio Chula de Castro1; Luiz Rodrigo Augustemak de Lima2; Diego Augusto Santos Silva1.

1Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina – UFSC, Florianópolis – SC – Brasil, 2Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina – UFSC, Floranópolis – SC – Brasil

Tema: Prevenção ou Experiência em Serviços(4)

AO2.13 – AVANÇOS DA IMPLEMENTAÇÃO DA PROFILAXIA PÓS-EXPOSIÇÃO NO RIO GRANDE DO SUL

Aline Coletto Sortica; Marina Gabriela Prado Silvestre; Jussara San Leon; Tatiana Heidi Oliveira; Marcia Rosane Moreira Santana Fitz.

Secretaria Estadual da Saúde, Porto Alegre – RS – Brasil

AO2.14 – COBERTURA DOS EXAMES DE HIV E SÍFILIS EM GESTANTES: A SITUAÇÃO NOS PARTOS E ABORTAMENTOS NA REDE PRIVADA DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL

Marina Gabriela Prado Silvestre; Aline Coletto Sortica; Jussara San Leon; Marcia Rosane Moreira Santana Fitz; Tatiana Heidi Oliveira.

Secretaria Estadual da Saúde, Porto Alegre – RS – Brasil

AO2.15 – FLUXO PARA MONITORAMENTO DO INGRESSO DO USUÁRIO COM DIAGNÓSTICO REAGENTE PARA O HIV AO TRATAMENTO NO SUS NO MUNICÍPIO DE PORTO ALEGRE /RS

Fabiana Ferreira dos Santos.

Prefeitura Municipal de Porto Alegre, Porto Alegre – RS – Brasil

AO2.16 – IMPLANTAÇÃO DE PLANO DE AÇÃO MUNICIPAL DE COMBATE A SÍFILIS CONGÊNITA REDUZ NÚMERO DE CASOS NOVOS NO MUNICÍPIO DE NOSSA SENHORA DO SOCORRO-SE

Elisângela Goes Andrade.

Secretaria Municipal de Saúde, Nossa Senhora do Socorro – SE – Brasil

AO2.17 – O IMPACTO PSÍQUICO DO DIAGNÓSTICO E DA CONVIVÊNCIA COM A SOROPOSITIVIDADE PARA HIV/AIDS

Maria Cristina Dias.

URSCS – SMSBH, Belo Horizonte – MG – Brasil

AO2.18 – O POP-UP DO HPV: O USO DA TRIDIMENSIONALIDADE COMO RECURSO LÚDICO PARA O ENSINO E PREVENÇÃO DE INFECÇÕES SEXUALMENTE TRANSMISSÍVEIS

Thays Merçon1; Gustavo Henrique Varela Saturnino Alves1; Rita De Cássia Machado da Rocha1; Georgianna Silva dos Santos1; José Augusto da Costa Nery1; Helena Carla Castro2.

1Instituto Oswaldo Cruz (IOC), Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brasil, 2Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF), Niterói – RJ – Brasil

TRABALHOS APRESENTAÇÃO PÔSTER

Tema: Assistência (1)

13 de julho – 12h30 -14h00 Salas: Louvre III e IV

PO1.1 A TEORIA DO AUTOCUIDADO DESENVOLVIDA NO ATENDIMENTO AMBULATORIAL DE PACIENTES VIVENDO COM HIV/AIDS

Rúbia Aguiar Alencar; Ana Beatriz Henrique Parenti; André Augusto Galvão; Camila de Carvalho Lopes.

Unesp – Universidade Estadual Paulista. Faculdade de Medicina de Botucatu – Depto de Enfermagem, Botucatu – SP – Brasil

PO1.2 – ANÁLISE DA IMPLANTAÇÃO DO TESTE RÁPIDO PARA SÍFILIS PELA REDE CEGONHA EM MATO GROSSO DO SUL

Jessé Milanez dos Santos; Ana Rita Barbieri.

Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, Campo Grande – MS – Brasil

PO1.3 – ANÁLISE DA OPORTUNIDADE DA INTRODUÇÃO DA TERAPIA ANTIRRETROVIRAL EM PACIENTES COINFECTADOS HIV/TB

Lis Aparecida de Souza Neves1; Maria Cristina Ayello Francelin1; Valdes Bollella2; Fabiana Rezende Amaral1; Maria Cristina Bellizzi Garcia1; Mônica de Arruda Rocha1; Ivana Erse Campos1.

1.Secretaria Municipal da Saúde de Ribeirão Preto, Ribeirão Preto – SP – Brasil, 2Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto – USP, Ribeirão Preto – SP – Brasil

PO1.4 – CARACTERIZAÇÃO DA ASSISTÊNCIA À SAÚDE PRESTADA ÀS PESSOAS PRIVADAS DE LIBERDADE QUE VIVEM COM HIV/AIDS: UMA REVISÃO INTEGRATIVA.

Aline Cristina Gonçalves Andrade; Aline Cristina Gonçalves Andrade; Livia Maria Lopes; Pedro A. Bossonario; Gabriela Tavares Magnabosco; Glaucia M Ravanholi; Aline Aparecida Monroe.

Escola de Enfermagem de Ribeirão Preto – USP, Ribeirão Preto – SP – Brasil

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PO1.5 – COINFECÇÃO LEISHMANIOSE VISCERAL/HIV: UMA COMBINAÇÃO POTENCIALMENTE FATAL

Mikaele de Souza Sales; Julianny Galdino Amorim; Gabrielle Cavalcante Trigueiro; Pedro Walisson Gomes Feitosa; Sávio Samuel Feitosa Machado.

Universidade Federal do Cariri, Barbalha – CE – Brasil

Data: 11 de Julho – 18h00 – 19h00 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

PO1.6 – COMPREENDENDO O HIV NAS RELAÇÕES FAMILIARES

Maria Irene Ferreira Lima Neta; Edna Maria Peters Kahhale.

PUC/SP, São Paulo – SP – Brasil

PO1.7 – DESAFIOS PARA O CONTROLE DA TRANSMISSÃO VERTICAL DO HIV, NO MUNICÍPIO DE JUIZ DE FORA – MINAS GERAIS

Ana Cláudia Sierra Martins; Mariane Caixeiro; Leidiléia Mesquita Ferraz.

Centro Universitário Estácio de Juiz de Fora, Juiz de Fora – MG – Brasil

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PO1.8 – MANEJO DA INFECÇÃO PELO HIV EM UMA UNIDADE BÁSICA DE SAÚDE DE MANAUS

Adriana Raquel Nunes de Souza; Glicia Cardoso; Nair Guimarães Costa.

Secretaria Municipal de Saúde de Manaus, Manaus – AM- Brasil

Data: 11 de Julho – 18h00 – 19h00 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

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PO1.9 – PANORAMA DA SAÚDE SEXUAL DE ADOLESCENTES ACOMPANHADOS EM SERVIÇO DE ASSISTÊNCIA ESPECIALIZADA EM IST/AIDS

Eveline Xavier-Souza1; Krysna Pires Lessa2; Camila Silva Souza2; Raiza Trindade2; Maiara Timbó1; Ana Gabriela Travassos3.

1Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador – BA – Brasil, 2Universidade do Estado da Bahia, Salvador – BA- Brasil, 3Centro Estadual Especializado em Diagnóstico, Assistência e Pesquisa (CEDAP), Salvador – BA – Brasil

Data: 11 de Julho – 18h00 – 19h00 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

PO1. 10 – PESSOAS VIVENDO COM HIV/AIDS: REPERCUSSÕES DO PRECONCEITO EM SUAS VIDAS

Gabriel de Paula Freitas Costa1; Fabiana Barbosa Assumpção de Souza2.

1Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro; Hospital Universitário Gaffrée e Guinle., Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brasil, 2Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brasil

PO1. 11 – QUALIDADE DE VIDA DE PESSOAS QUE CONVIVEM COM HIV/AIDS: INFLUÊNCIA DOS FATORES SOCIOECONÔMICOS E CLÍNICOS

Karoline de Cássia Mizasse Alani; Márcia Niituma Ogata; Yaísa França Formenton.

Universidade Federal de São Carlos, São Carlos – SP – Brasil

PO1. 12 – QUALITY OF LIFE OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS: INFLUENCE OF PARTICIPATION IN A SUPPORT GROUP ON QUALITY OF LIFE – SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Denise Milioli Ferreira1, Celmo Celeno Porto1, Katya Alexandrina Matos Barreto Motta2, Maria Alves Barbos1.

1Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia – GO – Brasil, 2Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Goiás, Goiânia – GO – Brasil

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PO1.13 – SÍNDROME INFLAMATÓRIA DE RECONSTITUIÇÃO IMUNE EM ESCOLAR COM COINFECÇÃO HIV-TB

Kelly Soares Teixeira1 Marcelly Raiza da Silva e Silva2; Camille Vidigal de Oliveira2; Ana Cláudia Mendes Mourão2; Thayná Lima Martins2; Carolinn Albuquerque Lobão3.

1Hospital Universitário João de Barros Barreto, Belém – PA – Brasil, 2Universidade do Estado do Pará, Belém – PA – Brasil; 3Universidade Federal do Pará, Belém – PA – Brasil

Data: 11 de Julho – 18h00 – 19h00 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

Tema: Epidemiologia (2)

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PO2.14 – A AVALIAÇÃO DO TESTE-RÁPIDO DE HIV EM GESTANTES NAS REGIÕES DE SAÚDE DE SERGIPE

Fernanda da Silva Costa.

Secretaria de Estado da Saúde, Aracaju – SE – Brasil

Data: 11 de Julho – 18h00 – 19h00 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

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PO2. 15 – A HISTÓRIA DA AIDS EM MATO GROSSO DO SUL CONTADA PELA EPIDEMIOLOGIA

Clarice Souza Pinto1; Ana Rita Coimbra Motta de Castro2; Danielle Martins Tebet3; Grazielli Romera2.

1Secretaria de Estado de Saude, Campo Grande – MS – Brasil, 2Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, Campo Grande – MS – Brasil, 3Secretaria de Estado de Saúde, Campo Grande – MS – Brasil

Data: 11 de Julho – 18h00 – 19h00 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

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PO2. 16 – A PREVALÊNCIA DA SÍFILIS EM PARTURIENTES EM DUAS MATERNIDADES DO RIO DE JANEIRO

Denise Leite Maia Monteiro; Luciane Rodrigues Pedreira de Cerqueira; Alexandre José Baptista Trajano; Bianca de Melo Araújo; Caroline Tavares Monteiro.

Núcleo Perinatal HUPE-UERJ, Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brasil

Data: 11 de Julho – 18h00 – 19h00 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

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PO2. 17 – ANÁLISE DOS CASOS DE NOTIFICAÇÃO DE SÍFILIS CONGÊNITA DO MUNICÍPIO DE FOZ DE IGUAÇU- PARANÁ 2007-2016

Adriel Chihyun Chung Campos1; Wilma Nancy Campos Arze1; Lucas Zonta Rodolfo2; Otávio Rodrigues de Matos Neto2; Harvey Mauricio Medina Villamizar2; Jonathan Mazaia de Assis2.

1Universidade Federal da Integração Latino Americana – Unila, Foz do Iguaçu – PR – Brasil, 2Acadêmico de Graduação em Medicina da Universidade Federal da Integração Latino Americana – Unila, Foz do Iguaçu – PR – Brasil.

Data: 11 de Julho – 18h00 – 19h00 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

PO2. 18 – ASSISTÊNCIA À GESTANTE HIV POSITIVA: UM DESAFIO CONSTANTE NO PRÉ-NATAL.

Margarete Domingues Ribeiro1; Joseane Santos Alecrim2; Luiz Guilherme Peixoto do Nascimento2; Maria de Fátima Silva M. Jorge2; Hayza Borges da Silva2; Daurema Docasar2; Lorena Rios Pontes2; Benísia Maria Barbosa Cordeiro Adell2; Cláudia Miguel Côelho Ramos de Souza

1Centro Universitário Serra dos Órgãos, Teresópolis – RJ – Brasil, 2Centro Universitário Serra dos Órgãos, Teresopolis – RJ – Brasil

PO2. 19 – CARACTERÍSTICAS SOCIODEMOGRÁFICAS E CLÍNICO-EPIDEMIOLÓGICAS DE PACIENTES INFECTADOS PELO HIV-1 EM ACOMPANHAMENTO AMBULATORIAL.

Lismeia Raimundo Soares1; Daniela da Silva Cardeal2; Celia Cristina Diogo Ferreira1; Jorge Simão do Rosário Casseb2; Fernando Luiz Affonso Fonseca3.

1UFRJ-Campus Macaé, Macaé – RJ – Brasil, 2FMUSP, São Paulo – SP – Brasil, 3FMABC, Santo André – SP – Brasil

PO2. 20 – DETERMINANTES SOCIAIS DE GESTANTES DIAGNOSTICADAS COM SÍFILIS EM PALMAS – TO

Rafael Brustulin; Carolina Freitas do Carmo Rodrigues.

Secretaria Municipal de Saúde de Palmas, Palmas – TO – Brasil

PO2. 21 – EPIDEMIOLOGIA DA SÍFILIS CONGÊNITA NO BRASIL

Fernando Holanda Vasconcelos1; Patricia Alves de Mendonça Cavalcante2; Gessi Carvalho de Araújo Santos2; Danielle Rosa Evangelista2.

1.Instituto Federal do Tocantins, Palmas – TO – Brasil, 2Universidade Federal do Tocantins, Palmas – TO – Brasil

PO2. 22 – EPIDEMIOLOGIA DE HIV/AIDS EM PALMAS NO ANO DE 2014

Fernando Holanda Vasconcelos1; Gessi Carvalho de Araújo Santos2; Thiago Nilton Alves Pereira2.

1.Instituto Federal do Tocantins, Palmas – TO – Brasil, 2Universidade Federal do Tocantins, Palmas – TO – Brasil

PO2. 23 – EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PANORAMA OF GESTATIONAL AND CONGENITAL SYPHILIS IN THE STATE OF BAHIA, BRAZIL

Vinicius Nascimento dos Santos1; Eveline Xavier2; Maiara Timbó2; Roberto Fontes3; Patrícia Maria Silva4; Ana Gabriela Travassos4.

1.Universidade do Estado da Bahia, Salvador – BA – Brasil, 2Universidade Federal da Bahia, Salvador – BA – Brasil, 3Sociedade Brasileira de DST – Regional Bahia, Salvador – BA – Brasil, 4Centro Estadual Especializado em Diagnóstico, Assistência

PO2. 24 – FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH SURVIVAL OF PATIENTS COINFECTED WITH AIDS AND HCV

Márcio Cristiano de Melo; Maria Rita Donalísio.

Faculty of Medical Sciences State University of Campinas, Department of Public Health, Campinas – SP – Brasil

PO2. 25 – FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ABANDONMENT OF THE ANTIRETROVIRAL TREATMENT AMONG PATIENTS WITH HIV/AIDS ACCOMPANIED THE CENTER OF REFERENCE STD/AIDS OF CAMPINASSP, BRAZIL

Márcio Cristiano de Melo1; Maria Rita Donalísio2.

1City Hall of Campinas, Referral Center for STD/Aids, Campinas – SP – Brasil, 2Faculty of Medical Sciences State University of Campinas, Department of Public Health, Campinas – SP – Brasil

PO2. 26 – FATORES DE RISCO PARA HIV DE POPULAÇÃO ATENDIDA EM CENTRO DE TESTAGEM E ACONSELHAMENTO DO PIAUÍ

Karinna Alves Amorim de Sousa1;Telma Maria Evangelista de Araújo2; Meire Maria de Sousa e Silva3; Cristiana Portela de Carvalho Rocha3; Luciana Sena Sousa3.

1Secretaria de Estado da Saúde do Piauí e Universidade Federal do Piauí, Teresina – PI – Brasil, 2Universidade Federal do Piauí, Teresina – PI – Brasil, 3Secretaria de Estado da Saude do Piaui, Teresina – PI – Brasil

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PO2. 27 – HEPATITES B E C: O QUE SABEM OS DOCENTES?

Viviane Vanessa Rodrigues da Silva Santana1; Clodis Maria Tavares2.

1UFS, Aracajú – SE – Brasil, 2UFAL, Maceió – AL – Brasil

Data: 11 de Julho – 18h00 – 19h00 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

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PO2. 28 – HIV/AIDS AND TUBERCULOSIS ON TRANSVESTITES AND TRANSGENDERS (MTFS) IN SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL

Márcio Cristiano De Melo1; Priscila Maria Stolses Bergamo Francisco2; Márcio Cristiano De Melo2; Péricles Alves Nogueira3.

1 Public Health School University of São Paulo, USP, Epidemiology Department, São Paulo – SP – Brasil, 2. Medical Sciences School, State University of Campinas Unicamp, Department of Public Health, Campinas – SP – Brasil, 3Epidemiology Department,

Data: 11 de Julho – 18h00 – 19h00 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

PO2. 29 – HOMENS QUE FAZEM SEXO COM HOMENS: ESTUDO EPIDEMIOLÓGICO DE NOTIFICAÇÕES DE HIV/AIDS EM PALMAS – TO

Carolina Freitas do Carmo Rodrigues; Rafael Brustulin;Cristiano Soares da Silva; Telminayara dos Santos Sousa.

Secretaria Municipal de Saúde de Palmas, Palmas – TO – Brasil

PO2. 30 – INVESTIGAÇÕES DO CONHECIMENTO SOBRE A INFECÇÃO PELO PAPILOMAVÍRUS HUMANO (HPV) E SUA PREVENÇÃO ENTRE MULHERES

Claudia Lamarca Vitral; Carolina Xavier Simão; Aimeé Denzeler Baptista; Vitória Carvalho Guimarães dos Santos; Silvia Maria Baeta Cavalcanti.

Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niterói – RJ – Brasil

PO2. 31 – PERFIL DO PACIENTE INFECTADO POR HIV/AIDS NO SAE DE VILA VELHA NOS ANOS 2015-2016 EM COMPARAÇÃO COM O BRASIL NO MESMO PERÍODO

Rodrigo Barroso Araújo; Thays Guimarâes Badaró; Nayara Christo Ramos; Adriana Ferreira da Mota; Danielle Rosetti Binda; Rafael Alves de Souza Meneguelli; Nilzete Messner; Katia Rodrigues.

Serviço de Atenção Especializada (SAE) Em HIV/AIDS, Vila Velha – ES – Brasil

PO2. 32 – PERFIL EPIDEMIOLÓGICO DA TUBERCULOSE NA POPULAÇÃO DE REEDUCANDOS DO MUNICÍPIO DE MACEIÓ / ALAGOAS NO PERÍODO DE 2007 A 2010

Bruna Fabrícia dos Santos1; Viviane Vanessa Rodrigues da Silva Santana2; Rodrigo da Silva Amorim1; Clodis Maria Tavares1; Danielle Teodozio1.

1UFAL, Maceió – AL – Brasil, 2UFS, Aracajú – AL – Brasil

PO2. 33 – PREVALÊNCIA DE LESÕES DO TRATO GENITAL INFERIOR HPV-INDUZIDAS E DE INFECÇÃO PELO HPV COM GENOTIPAGEM EM MULHERES BRASILEIRAS TRANSPLANTADAS

Caroline Alves de Oliveira Martins1; Isabel Cristina Chulvis do Val Guimarães2; Susana Cristina Aidé Viviane Fialho2; Luis Guillermo Coca Velarde2.

1Hospital Federal de Bonsucesso, Rio de Janeio – RJ – Brasil, 2Universidade Federal Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brasil

PO2. 34 – PREVALÊNCIA DE SÍFILIS NA POPULAÇÃO GERAL DE UMA CAPITAL DO NORDESTE BRASILEIRO NO CARNAVAL DE 2016

Karinna Alves Amorim de Sousa1; Telma Maria Evangelista de Araujo2; Meire Maria de Sousa e Silva3; Luciana Sena Sousa3; Herlon Clístenes Lima Guimarães3.

1Secretaria de Estado da Saúde do Piauí e Universidade Federal do Piauí, Teresina – PI – Brasil, 2Universidade Federal do Piaui, Teresina – PI – Brasil, 3Secretaria de Estado da Saude do Piaui, Teresina – PI – Brasil

PO2. 35 – PREVALÊNCIA E TIPOS DE DUCHAS RETAIS USADAS PARA SEXO ANAL ENTRE HOMENS QUE FAZEM SEXO COM HOMENS NO BRASIL

Luiz Carlos Ribeiro Lamblet1; Roberto José Carvalho da Silva2.

1Conselho Regional de Enfermagem de São Paulo, São Paulo – SP – Brasil, 2Centro de Referência e Treinamento DST/AIDS – SP, São Paulo – SP – Brasil

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PO2. 36 – RISCO CARDIOVASCULAR EM INDIVÍDUOS INFECTADOS PELO VÍRUS HIV EM SEGUIMENTO AMBULATORIAL: ASSOCIAÇÃO ENTRE ESCORE DE FRAMINGHAM E MARCADORES BIOQUÍMICOS, CLÍNICOS E ANTROPOMÉTRICOS.

Ana Paula Machado dos Santos1; Ana Cristina Szekely Carvalho1; Juliana Stelet Ferreira1; Karine de Faria Santos1; Tania Lucia de Souza Cardoso2; Silvia Thees Castro3; Mônica de Souza Lima Sant’Anna1; Renata Borba de Amorim Oliveira1; Ana Paula Menna Barreto1; Lism

1UFRJ-Campus Macaé, Macaé – RJ – Brasil, 2Programa Municipal DST/AIDS de Macaé., Macaé – RJ – Brasil 3.Programa Municipal DST/AIDS de Macaé, Macaé – RJ – Brasil

Data: 11 de Julho – 18h00 – 19h00 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

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PO2. 37 – SERVIÇOS DE HIV/AIDS DO ESTADO DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL: ANÁLISE DO PERFIL DE ATENDIMENTO

Marina Gabriela Prado Silvestre1; Nêmora Tregnago Barcellos2; Rarianne Carvalho Peruhype1; Guilherme Barbosa Shimocomaqui3.

1Secretaria Estadual da Saúde, Porto Alegre – RS – Brasil, 2Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, São Leopoldo – RS – Brasil, 3Guilherme Barbosa Shimocomaqui, Porto Alegre – RS – Brasil

Data: 11 de Julho – 18h00 – 19h00 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

PO2. 38 – SÍFILIS EM GESTANTE: ESTUDO DE TENDÊNCIA DE INDECÊNCIA EM PALMAS-TO

Rafael Brustulin1; Carolina Freitas do Carmo Rodrigues2.

1Secretaria Municipal de Saúde de Palmas, Palmas – DF – Brasil, 2Secretaria Municipal de Saúde de Palmas, Palmas – TO – Brasil

PO2. 39 – SOROLOGIAS PARA DIAGNÓSTICO DE SÍFILIS REALIZADAS DE 2007 A 2015 EM RIBEIRÃO PRETO: TAXA DE POSITIVIDADE ENCONTRADA FRENTE ÀS GESTANTES E POPULAÇÃO GERAL ATENDIDOS PELO SUS

Elaine Cristina Manini Minto; Gislaine Carla Bovo Gonçalves; Crysthine dos Santos Vicente Cafure; Maria Lidia Marin; Luiz Benjamin Trivellato Filho.1Secretaria de Saúde do Governo Municipal, Ribeirão Preto – SP – Brasil,

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PO2. 40 – TENDÊNCIA DE MORTALIDADE POR AIDS NO MUNICÍPIO DO RIO DE JANEIRO ENTRE 2000 E 2014

Ana Paula da Cunha; Marly Marques da Cruz; Solange Kanso.

ENSP/Fiocruz, Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brasil

Data: 11 de Julho – 18h00 – 19h00 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

Tema: Laboratório ou Diagnóstico (3)

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PO3.41. – CLINICAL AND LABORATORIAL FINDINGS OF HIV/B19V COINFECTION

Rita de Cássia Nasser Cubel Garcia1; Kátia Martins Lopes de Azevedo1; Sérgio Setúbal1; Marilda Mendonça Siqueira2; Arthur Daniel Rocha Alves2; Luciane Almeida Amado Leon2; Solange Artimos de Oliveira1.

1Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niterói – RJ – Brasil, 2Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brasil

Data: 13 de Julho – 16h00 – 16h30 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

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PO3 42 – ESTUDO DE CASO: MONITORAMENTO MOLECULAR E CLÍNICO NO TRATAMENTO DE PAPILOMATOSE RESPIRATÓRIA RECORRENTE(PRR) INFANTIL COM A VACINA QUADRIVALENTE ANTI HPV.

Katia Cristina da Silva; Fernanda Nahoum Carestiato; Tegnus Depes Gouvea; Ana Márcia Xavier Lorena Abreu; Mauro Romero Leal Passos; Silvia Maria Baeta Cavalcanti.

Universidade Federal Fluminense -UFF, Niteroi – RJ- Brasil

Data: 13 de Julho – 16h00 – 16h30 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

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PO3. 43 – PERFIL BIOQUÍMICO E ESTADO NUTRICIONAL DE CRIANÇAS VIVENDO COM HIV/AIDS ATENDIDAS POR UM SERVIÇO ESPECIALIZADO NO MUNICÍPIO DE MACAÉ/RJ.

Geani de Oliveira Marins1; Lismeia Raimundo Soares1; Nadir Machado Alves Cardoso2; Kátia Calvilenzi de Almeida1.

1UFRJ-Campus Macaé, Macaé – RJ – Brasil, 2Programa Municipal DST/AIDS de Macaé., Macaé – RJ – Brasil

Data: 13 de Julho – 16h00 – 16h30 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

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PO3. 44 – PRUEBA PILOTO PARA LA IMPLEMENTACIÓN DE NUEVAS ESTRATEGIAS DE DIAGNÓSTICO RÁPIDO DE SÍFILIS EN EMBARAZADAS EN UN HOSPITAL PÚBLICO DE BUENOS AIRES.

Miguel Tilli.

Hospital Eva Perón, Buenos Aires – Argentina

Data: 13 de Julho – 16h00 – 16h30 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

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PO3. 45 – TRIAGEM PARA SÍFILIS COM FLUXOGRAMA REVERSO UTILIZANDO TESTE TREPONÊMICO QUIMIOLUMINESCENTE: RELAÇÃO ENTRE OS VALORES DO ÍNDICE S/CO OBTIDOS DAS AMOSTRAS TESTADAS E A CONFIRMAÇÃO DIAGNÓSTICA PARA SÍFILIS.

Elaine Cristina Manini Minto1; Gislaine Carla Bovo Gonçalves1; Crysthine dos Santos Vicente Cafure1; Luiz Benjamin Trivellato Filho1; Gisele Sueli Albanezi Malagut1; Leonardo da Silva Sertório1.

1Secretaria Municipal da Saúde, Ribeirão Preto – SP – Brasil

Data: 13 de Julho – 16h00 – 16h30 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

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PO3. 46 – UTILIDADES DA PRESENÇA DE EOSINÓFILOS NO LÍQUIDO CEFALORRAQUIDIANO NO DIAGNÓSTICO DIFERENCIAL DO ACOMETIMENTO NEUROLÓGICO EM PACIENTES INFECTADOS PELO HIV

Letícia Pletsch; Caroline Vieira de Souza; Sergio Monteiro de Almeida.

Universidade Federal do Paraná, Curitiba – PR – Brasil

Data: 13 de Julho – 16h00 – 16h30 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

PO3. 47 – PROTOCOLO DE ESTUDO DE USABILIDADE DO AUTO-TESTE ACTION HIV I e II.

Ewerton Mozart Nogueira Martins1, Margella Marconcine2, Luiz Claudio Pereira Ribeiro3, Sarita da Silva Magalhães3, Cassia Cristina Alves Gonçalves3, Ivan Neves Junior4, Fernando Raphael de Almeida Ferry5.

Tema: Prevenção ou Experiência em Serviços (4)

PO4.48 – “MENINOS, AGORA É A VEZ DE VOCÊS SE VACINAREM CONTRA O HPV”: PROPOSTA DE AÇÃO PARA AS ESCOLAS.

José Almir Santana.

Secretaria de Estado da Saúde de Sergipe, Aracaju, Sergipe, Brasil – SE – Brasil

PO4.49 – ABORDAGEM AS DSTS/HIV/AIDS NA PRÁTICA DOS PROFISSIONAIS DE SAÚDE: RELATANDO UMA EXPERIÊNCIA

Elias Fernandes Mascarenhas Pereira1; Rosiane Rodrigues da Silva2; Lilian Conceição Guimarães Almeida2.

1.Universidade Federal do Vale do São Francisco, Petrolina – PE – Brasil, 2Universidade Federal do Recôncavo da Bahia, Santo Antônio de Jesus – BA – Brasil

PO4. 50 – ACONSELHAMENTO COMO FERRAMENTA DE DIMINUIÇÃO DAS IST

Tandara Machado Outeiro; Marilda Andrade.

Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niterói – RJ – Brasil

PO4.51 – ACONSELHAMENTO DE INFECÇÕES SEXUALMENTE TRANSMISSÍVEIS, HEPATITES VIRAIS B E C: SOB O OLHAR DA MULHER

Amanda De Sant’Ana Torres.

Instituto de Atenção à Saúde São Francisco de Assis – UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brasil

PO4. 52 – AMPLIAÇÃO DO DIAGNÓSTICO E TRATAMENTO DAS HEPATITES VIRAIS

Áurea Nunes de Melo.

Secretaria do Estado da Saude, Aracaju – SE – Brasil

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PO4. 53 – ANALISE DO COMPORTAMENTO SEXUAL DE JOVENS E AVALIAÇÃO DAS POLÍTICAS PÚBLICAS VOLTADAS AO COMBATE À AIDS EM ESCOLAS DE SÃO LUÍS- MA

Leonardo de Oliveira Souza; Pedro Carvalho Freire; Mirian Lima Cavalcante; Ednilda Mota Sousa; Abdias de Melo e Sousa.

Instituto Federal do Maranhão, São Luís – MA – Brasil

Data: 13 de Julho – 16h00 – 16h30 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

PO4. 54 – ANÁLISE DO CONHECIMENTO DE UNIVERSITÁRIOS SOBRE HPV

Jessé Milanez dos Santos1; Letícia de Oliveira Leite2; Fernando Freitas2; Ana Rita Barbieri1.

1.Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, Campo Grande – MS – Brasil, 2.Faculdades Integradas de Três Lagoas, Três Lagoas – MS – Brasil

PO4. 55 – ATUAÇÃO MULTIDISCIPLINAR EM UM SERVIÇO DE ATENDIMENTO ESPECIALIZADO (SAE)

Ilka Alcântara de Araújo1; Tainara Vasconcelo de Alcântara; Josilany dos Santos Rodrigues1.

1.Serviço de Atendimento Especializado Em HIV, Fortaleza – CE – Brasil, 2Serviço de Atendimento Especializado em HIV/AIDS, Fortaleza – CE – Brasil

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PO4. 56 – BUSCA ATIVA E INTERNAÇÃO COMPULSÓRIA COMO ESTRATÉGIA DE REDUÇÃO DA TRANSMISSÃO VERTICAL DO HIV EM CASOS DE NEGLIGÊNCIA OU OMISSÃO DA MULHER

Milena Moreira Ferreira; Mislaine de Oliveira Rodrigues; Terezinha Ricaldone; Carlos José Quaresma Jeismann; Ana Paula França Dutra.

Serviço de Atenção Integral a Sexualidade, Bagé – RS – Brasil

Data: 13 de Julho – 16h00 – 16h30 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

PO4. 57 – CAMELÔ EDUCATIVO

Márcia Helena de Souza.

Centro Comunitário Raiz Vida, Rio De Janeiro – RJ – Brasil

PO4. 58 – CAMPANHA DE PREVENÇÃO DA AIDS E DO ESTIGMA SOCIAL PELA INTEGRAÇÃO UNIVERSIDADE-SERVIÇO-COMUNIDADE

Marcela de Abreu Moniz; Ingrid da Silva Souza;Fernanda Maria Vieira Pereira; Laiz Sobral Trocado; Sandro Henrique Miranda Gonçalves Ribeiro; Miriellen Bueno da Silva.

Universidade Federal Fluminense – Campus Universitário de Rio das Ostras (UFF- CURO), Rio das Ostras – RJ – Brasil

PO4. 59 – COMO EVITAR NOVAS INFECÇÕES DE AIDS NOS PRESÍDIOS DE SERGIPE

Joana D’arc Pereira dos Santos.

Secretaria Estadual de Saúde de Sergipe, Aracaju – SE – Brasil

PO4. 60 – COMPLEMENTAÇÃO DAS AÇÕES PARA REDUÇÃO DA SÍFILIS CONGÊNITA NO MUNICÍPIO DE QUISSAMÃ.

Rosemeri Braga de Assis Pessanha; Isabel Aparecida Lima Alves.

Prefeitura Municipal de Quissamã, Quissamã – RJ – Brasil

PO4. 61 – COMPORTAMENTOS NA BUSCA DE CUIDADOS ENTRE ADULTOS INFECTADOS PELO HIV EM MOÇAMBIQUE: CONHECIMENTO SOBRE HIV E ADESÃO AO TRATAMENTO

Reka Maulide Cane1; Amilcar Magaco1; Carlos Botao1; Granelio Tamele1; Francisco Mbofana2.

1Sistemas de Saúde, Instituto Nacional de Saúde, Ministério da Saúde, Moçambique, Maputo – Mocambique, 2Direcção Nacional de Saúde Pública, Ministério da Saúde, Moçambique, Maputo – Mocambique

PO4. 62 – CONSULTÓRIO NA RUA OLINDA, PROMOÇÃO E PREVENÇÃO A SAÚDE AOS PROFISSIONAIS DO SEXO

Mario da Costa Cavalcanti Neto.

Secretaria de Saúde Olinda, Olinda – PE – Brasil

PO4. 63 – CONVERSAS DO COTIDIANO: IDENTIFICANDO NECESSIDADES DE SAÚDE DE USUÁRIOS DE UM SERVIÇO DE ASSISTÊNCIA ESPECIALIZADA EM DST/AIDS – RELATO DE EXPERIÊNCIA

Drausio Vicente Camarnado Junior.

Superior, Cotia – SP – Brasil

POPES. 64 – CUIDADO INTEGRAL E HUMANIZADO À MULHER E À CRIANÇA EVITANDO A TRANSMISSÃO VERTICAL DO HIV

Milena Moreira Ferreira1; Terezinha Ricaldone1; Carlos José Quaresma Jeismann1; Ana Paula França Dutra1; Eliese Leite Caldeira1;Fernanda Alves Machado2; Candida Regina de Oliveira Britto2.

1Serviço de Atenção Integral à Sexualidade, Bagé – RSs – Brasil, 2Secretaria Estadual De Saúde, Bagé – RS – Brasil

POPES. 65 – DESCENTRALIZAÇÃO DOS TESTES RÁPIDOS DE HEPATITE VIRAL B E C NA ATENÇÃO BÁSICA DO MUNICÍPIO DE MACAÍBA, RIO GRANDE DO NORTE

Carlos Frank Prudêncio Bezerra; Irlia Maria da Silva Pereira de Paula; Silvana Cosme Pereira.

1Prefeitura Municipal de Macaíba, Macaiba – RN – Brasil

PO4. 66 – DESCENTRALIZAÇÃO DOS TESTES RÁPIDOS DE HIV, SÍFILIS E HEPATITES VIRAIS NA ATENÇÃO BÁSICA DO MUNICÍPIO DE MACAÍBA, RIO GRANDE DO NORTE

Carlos Frank Prudêncio Bezerra1; Beatriz Silva de Morais2; Silvana Cosme Pereira1; Irlia Maria da Silva Pereira de Paula1.

1Prefeitura Municipal de Macaíba, Macaiba – RN – Brasil, 2Colaboradora, Natal – RN – Brasil

PO4. 67 – DESCENTRALIZAÇÕES DOS TESTES RÁPIDOS DE HIV, SÍFILIS NA ATENÇÃO BÁSICA DO MUNICÍPIO DE MACAÍBA, RIO GRANDE DO NORTE

Carlos Frank Prudêncio Bezerra1; Beatriz Silva de Morais2; Irlia Maria da Silva Pereira de Paula1; Silvana Cosme Pereira1.

1.Prefeitura Municipal de Macaíba, Macaiba – RN – Brasil, 2Colaboradora, Macaiba – RN – Brasil

PO4. 68 – DOENÇAS SEXUALMENTE TRANSMISSÍVEIS E GRAVIDEZ NA ADOLESCENCIA – RELATO DE UMA EXPERIÊNCIA DE INTERVENÇÃO EM UM PROJETO SOCIAL DE UM BAIRRO DE OLINDA, PERNAMBUCO

Mattheus de Luna Seixas Soares Lavor1; Raquel Lopes Cavalcanti2; Arnaldo Alves de Azevedo Neto2; Murilo Pessoa de Oliveira Neto1.

1.Faculdade de Ciências Médicas da Paraíba, João Pessoa – PB – Brasil, 2Centro Universitário de João Pessoa, João Pessoa – PB – Brasil

PO4. 69 – EDUCAÇÃO EM SAÚDE COMO FERRAMENTA DE PREVENÇÃO ÀS IST’S/AIDS EM ADOLESCENTES E JOVENS ESCOLARES

Fernando Holanda Vasconcelos1; Gessi Carvalho de Araújo Santos2; Thiago Nilton Alves Pereira2.

1Instituto Federal do Tocantins, Palmas – TO – Brasil, 2Universidade Federal do Tocantins, Palmas – TO – Brasil

PO4. 70 – EPIDEMIA DE AIDS NO BRASIL E O SERVIÇO DE DOENÇAS INFECTO PARASITARIAS DE UM HOSPITAL FEDERAL NO RIO DE JANEIRO.

Marcia Pereira Gomes.

HFSE, Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brasil

PO4. 71 – ESTRATÉGIAS DE INTERVENÇÃO E MELHORIA DA ADESÃO DE PACIENTE DO SAE-RECIFE

Silvia Marques de Morais; Nayara Bezerra Wanderley.

Policlínica Lessa de Andrade – Serviço de Assistência Especializada, Recife – PE – Brasil

PO4. 72 – ESTUDO RETROSPECTIVO: ASSOCIAÇÃO ENTRE A CONTAGEM DE LINFÓCITOS TCD4+ E LESÃO INTRA-EPITELIAL DE ALTO GRAU DIAGNOSTICADA PELA HISTOPATOLOGIA EM MULHERES INFECTADAS PELO HIV, EM USO REGULAR DE TARV, NO PERÍODO DE NOVEMBRO DE 2011 A NOVEMBRO DE 2016

Altiva Ayako Nishiura; Jucilene Maria Silva Nascimento.

SAE – Prefeitura Municipal de Marília, Marília – SP – Brasil

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PO4. 73 – EXPERIÊNCIAS EXITOSAS PARA REDUÇÃO DA SÍFILIS CONGÊNITA E AS ESTRATÉGIAS DE “BOAS PRÁTICAS” PARA ADMINISTRAÇÃO DE PENICILINA EM QUATRO MUNICÍPIOS DO BRASIL.

Maria Vitória Ramos Gonçalves; Benzaken, AS; Kolling, AF; Freitas, FLS.

1Departamento de Vigilância, Prevenção e Controle das Infecções Sexualmente Transmissíveis, do HIV/AI, Brasília – DF – Brasil

Data: 13 de Julho – 16h00 – 16h30 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

PO4. 74 – FORMAÇÃO DE REDES SOCIAS NAS ONGS: PREVENÇÃO E ADESÃO AO TRATAMENTO DO HIV\AIDS

Ilka Alcântara de Araújo1; Josilany dos Santos Rodrigues1; Cristiane Silveira Rodrigues2.

1Serviçod Atendimento Especializado em HIV, Fortaleza – CE – Brasil, 2Associação de Voluntarios do Hospital São José, Fortaleza – CE – Brasil

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PO4. 75 – INFECÇÕES SEXUALMENTE TRANSMISSÍVEIS (IST´S) EM UM SERVIÇO DE REFERÊNCIA NO ATENDIMENTO ÀS VÍTIMAS DE VIOLÊNCIA, EM VITÓRIA (ES)

Rodrigo Barroso Araújo; Ronise Valéria Guarnier.

Serviço de Atenção às Pessoas em Situação de Violência de Vitória (SASVV), Vitória – ES – Brasil

Data: 13 de Julho – 16h00 – 16h30 – Sala: Louvre III e IV

PO4. 76 [1114] INTERSETORIALIDADE COMO ESTRATÉGIA NA REDUÇÃO DA SÍFILIS CONGÊNITA. UM NOVO OLHAR PARA A JUDICIALIZAÇÃO DA SAÚDE.

Beatriz Duarte.

Secretaria Municipal de Saúde, Porto Seguro – BA – Brasil

PO4. 77 – MOTIVAÇÃO PARA TESTAGEM ENTRE OS PACIENTES INFECTADOS POR HIV/AIDS NO SAE DE VILA VELHA – ES NOS ANOS 2015-2016

Rodrigo Barroso Araújo; Thays Guimarâes Badaró; Nayara Christo Ramos; Adriana Ferreira da Mota;Rafael Alves de Souza Meneguelli; Danielle Rosetti Binda;Nilzete Messner; Katia Rodrigues.

Serviço de Atenção Especializada (SAE) em HIV/AIDS, Vila Velha – ES – Brasil

PO4. 78 – O ACONSELHAMENTO NA IMPLEMENTAÇÃO DA PREP

Ana Lucia Pecis Baggio; Paulo Ricardo de Alencastro; Cristine Hoff da Cunha; Cassiana Soares; Sonia Maria Coracini; Maria Leticia Ikeda; Claudia Penalvo; Vaneza do Canto.

Hospital Sanatório Partenon-Ses/Rs, Porto Alegre – RS

PO4. 79 – O CONHECIMENTO DAS USUÁRIAS DE UNIDADES DE SAÚDE EM NITERÓI-RJ SOBRE IST

Tandara Machado Outeiro; Claudia Maria Antunes Uchôa Souto Maior.

Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niterói – RJ- Brasil

PO4. 80 – O ENFRENTAMENTO À SÍFILIS CONGÊNITA COMEÇA NA PREVENÇÃO À SÍFILIS ADQUIRIDA: AÇÕES DE COMUNICAÇÃO PARA A POPULAÇÃO GERAL.

José Almir Santana.

Secretaria de Estado da Saúde de Sergipe, Aracaju, Sergipe, Brasil – SE – Brasil

PO4. 81 – O OLHAR DE HÓRUS: OUTRA PERSPECTIVA PARA A COINFECÇÃO TB/HIV É POSSÍVEL!

Tatiane Cristina da Silva1; Laone Guimarães Pinedo2; Cíntia Leon dos Santos1; Teresinha Pereira de Souza1; Luiza Schuster Ferreira1.

1SAE/SMS/Prefeitura Municipal de Gravataí-RS, Gravataí – RS – Brasil, 2SMS/Prefeitura Municipal de Gravataí-RS, Gravataí – RS – Brasil

PO4. 82 – O OLHAR DE UMA EQUIPE MULTIDISCIPLINAR FRENTE AO TRABALHO DAS PROFISSIONAIS DO SEXO

Carla Nayara Roque Martins; Rejane Alves Cardoso Pereira .

Ambulatório Herbert De Souza, Uberlândia – MG

PO4. 83 – O PROCESSO DE ENVELHECIMENTO DAS PESSOAS QUE VIVEM COM HIV/AIDS: SEU SIGNIFICADO PARA OS USUÁRIOS E DEMANDAS PARA O SERVIÇO SOCIAL

Adriana Elias Gomes.

ERJ, Belford Roxo – RJ – Brasil

PO4. 84 – O USO DE ESTRATÉGIAS EDUCATIVAS PARA PROMOÇÃO DE CONHECIMENTO, ATITUDES E PRÁTICAS CONTRACEPTIVAS ENTRE ADOLESCENTES – UM ENSAIO CLÍNICO RANDOMIZADO

Aline Salheb Alves Pivatti1; Maria Helena Baena de Moraes Lopes2; Maria José Martins Duarte Osis3.

1Colégio Técnico de Campinas – Unicamp, Campinas – Sp – Brasil, 2Faculdade de Enfermagem – UNICAMP, Campinas – SP – Brasil, 3Faculdade de Ciências Médicas – UNICAMP, Campinas – SP – Brasil

PO4. 85 – PANORAMA DE PUBLICAÇÕES SOBRE A PREP COMO ESTRATÉGIA DE PREVENÇÃO AO VÍRUS HIV.

Helaine Aparecida Bonatto de Moraes.

SAE CTA de Colatina, Colatina – ES – Brasil

PO4. 86 – PERFIL DA POPULAÇÃO QUE PROCURA PREP NO CTA – ESTUDO PREPBRASIL-POA

Paulo Ricardo de Alencastro; Sonia Maria de Alencastro Coracini; Claudia Penalvo; Maria Leticia Rodrigues Ikeda; Cassiana Soares; Vaneza de Andrade da Fontoura do Canto; Cristine Hoff da Cunha; Gabriela Almeida Motta; Ana Lucia Peccis Bagio.

Hospital Sanatório Partenon – SES/RS, Porto Alegre – RS – Brasil

PO4. 87 – PERFIL DAS CRIANÇAS EXPOSTAS AO HIV: ANÁLISE DE 10 ANOS DO NÚCLEO PERINATAL

Denise Leite Maia Monteiro; Abilene do Nascimento Gouvêa; Alexandre José Baptista Trajano; Isabella Rocha Soares; Mariana Romão Abrantes; Rachel de Gouvêa Ribeiro.

Núcleo Perinatal HUPE-UERJ, Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brasil

PO4. 88 – PROJETO DE INTERVENÇÃO DA PEP NA IV REGIÃO DE SAÚDE DO RN

Jose Eder de Medeiros Alves; Carlos Frank Prudêncio Bezerra.

Secretaria Estadual de Saúde Pública do RN, Caicó – RN – Brasil

PO4. 89 – PROJETO VIVA MELHOR SABENDO ADOLESCENTES E JOVENS BELÉM

Márcio Ricardo Luz do Nascimento; Bárbara Guerreiro Américo Gomes; Cledson Fonseca Sampaio; Rita de Cássia Facundo; Iago Rodrigues Brasil.

Secretaria Municipal de Saúde, Belém – PA – Brasil

PO4. 90 – REDUZINDO BARREIRAS: INSUMOS PARA ACIDENTE DE TRABALHO E VIOLÊNCIA SEXUAL REGIDOS POR PROTOCOLO REGIONAL

Milena Moreira Ferreira1; Terezinha Ricaldone1; Carlos José Quaresma Jeismann1; Ana Paula França Dutra1; Fernanda Alves Machado2; Candida Regina de Oliveira Britto2.

1Serviço de Atenção Integral a Sexualidade, Bagé – RS – Brasil, 2Secretaria Estadual de Saúde, Bagé – RS – Brasil

PO4. 91 – REDUZINDO PRÁTICAS DE RISCO PARA O HIV ATRAVÉS DE UMA INTERVENÇÃO COM JOVENS LÍDERES PERTENCENTES AS POPULAÇÕES-CHAVE NO BRASIL

Diego Agostinho Calixto; Carina Bernardes de Sousa; Alicia Kruger; Paula Emiília Adamy; Gilvane Casimiro da Silva; Adele Schwartz Benzaken.

Ministerio da Saúde doBrasil – Departameto deDST,HIV/Aids e Hepatites Virais, Brasília – DF – Brasil

PO4. 92 – RELATO DE EXPERIÊNCIA EM SAÚDE INTEGRAL DE LGBT EM ALAGOAS

Julio Daniel e Silva Farias.

Afinidades GLSTAL- Gays, Lesbicas, Travestis, Transexuais de Alagoas, Maceió – AL – Brasil

PO4. 93 – REVENÇÃO DO HIV EM ADOLESCENTES E JOVENS: UMA REVISÃO SISTEMÁTICA

Diego Agostinho Calixto.

Ministerio da Saúde doBrasil – Departameto deDST,HIV/Aids e Hepatites Virais, Brasília – DF – Brasil

PO4.94 – SÍFILIS EM GESTANTES: MOTIVO PARA ENGAJAMENTO DE EQUIPES MULTIPROFISSIONAIS COM OBJETIVOS COMUNS

Milena Moreira Ferreira1; Carlos José Quaresma Jeismann1; Terezinha Ricaldone1; Mislaine de Oliveira Rodrigues1; Ana Paula França Dutra1; Fernanda Alves Machado2; Candida Regina de Oliveira Britto2; Sheila Tavares3; Liliane Lopes Gasparoni4; Diva Terezinha de Oliveira Undangarin

1Serviço de Atenção Integral a Sexualidade, Bagé – RS – Brasil, 2Secretaria Estadual de Saúde, Bagé – RS – Brasil, 3Vigilância Epidemiológica Municipal, Bagé – RS – Brasil, 4Secretaria Municipal de Saúde – Coordenação Municipal de Enfermagem

PO4. 95 – SISTEMATIZANDO A INTEGRAÇÃO DAS AÇÕES DE PREVENÇÃO EM SAÚDE: O DESAFIO DA INTEGRALIDADE DA ATENÇÃO

Daniela Cristine Dias de Oliveira; Vivian Cristina Caixeta.

Prefeitura Municipal de Ribeirão das Neves, Ribeirão das Neves – MG – Brasil

PO4. 96 – TESTAGEM RÁPIDA COM USO DO FLUIDO ORAL NO PROJETO BALADA NOTURNA: RELATO DE EXPERIÊNCIA.

Saadia Oliveira Ribeiro; Daniela Rodrigues Miranda; Joice Aila Oliveira Santos.

Centro de Atenção e Apoio à Vida, Vitoria da Conquista – BA – Brasil

PO4. 97 – TESTAGENS RÁPIDAS EM AMBIENTE DE CONCENTRAÇÃO GAY NAS NOITES DE SÃO PAULO

Marta Mcbritton1; Regina Macdowell de Figueiredo2; Vera Lúcia Oliveira dos Santos3; Fernanda Peres Guidolin3; Welton Gabriel dos Santos3; Nadja Figueiredo de Araújo3.

1Instituto Cultural Barong, São Paulo – SP – Brasil, 2Instituto de Saúde, São Paulo – SP – Brasil, 3Instituto Cultural Barong, São Paulo – SP – Brasil

PO4. 98 – TESTES RÁPIDOS PARA HIV E SÍFILIS: ESTRATÉGIAS PARA IMPLANTAÇÃO NA REDE DE ATENÇÃO BÁSICA DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL

Marina Gabriela Prado Silvestre; Aline Coletto Sortica; Bianca Bicca Franco.

Secretaria Estadual da Saúde, Porto Alegre – RS – Brasil

PO4. 99 – TRANSMISSÃO VERTICAL TARDIA DO VÍRUS HIV VIA ALEITAMENTO MATERNO: ANÁLISE DE CASOS DE INFECÇÃO PEDIÁTRICA COM HISTÓRIA MATERNA SORONEGATIVA DURANTE A GESTAÇÃO

Nathalia Zorze Rossetto; Ana Carolina Barcellos; Cristina de Oliveira Rodrigues.

Universidade Federal do Paraná, Curitiba – PR – Brasil

PO4. 100 – UM CTA DIFERENTE, PROMOVENDO A ADESÃO AO TRATAMENTO

Marcela Abreu Lima.

Secretaria Municipal de Saúde, Estancia – SE – Brasil

PO4. 101 – UMA EXPERIÊNCIA TRANSFORMADORA SOBRE PREVENÇÃO E TRATAMENTO DAS IST, HIV/AIDS E HEPATITES VIRAIS NO MERCADO PÚBLICO DE MACAÍBA/RN

Adriana Filgueira Amaral dos Santos; Watuzzi Tulipa Teixeira Ferreira; Mercia Vanuza dos Santos Rosa; Silvana Pereira Cosme; Rodolfo Alves de Farias.

Secretaria Municipal de Saúde de Macaíba, Macaíba – RN – Brasil

PO4. 102 – PREVENÇÃO DE ENFERMEDADES ATRAVÉS DAS CAMPANHAS DE SAÚDE PÚBLICA: CRIAR UMA CULTURA EDUCATIVA BASEADA NA TEORIA DA AÇÃO COMUNICATIVA

Daniel Antonio Carrera Vega, MD1

1Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niterói, RJ.

PO4.103 – USO DE IMIQUIMODE EM CRIANÇAS COM VERRUGAS GENITAIS E ANAIS
SAÚDE PÚBLICA: CRIAR UMA CULTURA EDUCATIVA BASEADA NA TEORIA DA AÇÃO COMUNICATIVA

Edison Natal Fedrizzi1 & Mauro Romero Leal Passos2

1Departamento de Ginecologia e Obstetrícia da Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Centro de Pesquisa Clínica Projeto HPV do Hospital Universitário/UFSC
2Departamento de Microbiologia e Parasitologia, Setor de DST da Universidade Federal Fluminense.

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Penis Diseases And Their Causes – An Overview

The penis, as the male sexual organ, can be afflicted by specific diseases which can affect its functions or more regrettable still the fertility of the man.

It is comprised of sponge-like muscles loaded with caverns. The caverns fill up with blood amid sexual arousal to create a hard erection.

Priapism Penis Disease

Priapism as one of the disorders of the penis is a persistent and in most cases painful erection. It can last for several hours to a couple of days and it isn’t related to sexual action.

Baron Mag claims that priapism is an erection which can’t get relief through the sexual climax. The condition happens when blood flows into the blood vessels of the penis and fails to deplete itself sufficiently. The significant causes incorporate drug and alcohol abuse, blood disorders for example leukemia, genital injury, anesthesia, spinal cord issues, certain drugs with common culprits being antidepressants as well as blood pressure medications.

Balanitis is among disorders of the penis which afflicts the foreskin. The skin covering the glans or the head of the penis becomes inflamed. Another condition which is almost a replica of balanitis is the balanoposthitis. It is an inflammation of both the glans and the foreskin. Balanitis disease can be noticed through a rash, itching, pain and a foul-smelling discharge, redness, and swelling of the penis. This disease mostly affects boys and men who are not circumcised and whose hygiene is poor. Failure to regularly wash the sensitive skin under the foreskin causes irritation. Sweat, debris, dead skin and bacteria accumulate under the foreskin creating a fertile ground for balanitis to take root. Other related causes include infection with Candida albicans which can result in an itchy spotty rash. Dermatitis and allergy dermatitis is as a result of coming into contact with an irritating substance or a contact allergy. It leads to an inflammation of the skin.

Peyronie’s disease forms on the penis as a hard lump or plaque. The plaque may form either on the lower or upper side of the penis. It begins as an irritation and an inflammation that later develops into a hard scar which forces the penis to bend. The scarring of the penis is dangerous as it reduces the elasticity of the penis, especially on the affected area. Peyronies disease, when detected early and treated, does not develop past the inflammation stage. Peyronies as one of the disorders of the penis can take several years to heal if it is left to incubate, develop and mature. The disease can lead to general pain and even painful erections. It undermines a man’s libido and ability to perform during sexual intercourse. It can result in emotional distress. The precise cause of this disease is unknown though there are possible cases like vasculitis, connective tissue disorders, and heredity.

Phimosis and paraphimosis are also among the many disorders of the penis. The foreskin tightly envelopes the penis head making it extremely difficult to retract and reveal the glans. Paraphimosis occurs once the retracted foreskin fails to settle in its initial and original place. Phimosis mainly afflicts children and might be present at birth. It can be as a result of an infection or by a scar tissue forming due to injury or chronic inflammation. It can also be caused by balanitis which results in scarring and tightness of the foreskin. Circumcision is the major remedy for treating this condition.

The Ultimate Guide to Contraceptives

The Ultimate Guide to Contraceptives condoms for penis Every pregnancy should be by choice and not by chance.

That underlines the need of contraception.

There are a whole host of contraceptive options available to you.

We’re going to discuss the main methods of contraceptives that are available for you.

Barrier Contraception

female condom

The main form of this is the male condom, but there are also other forms including the female condom, the female diaphragm and the cervical cap.

They stop sperm from entering the womb, therefore reducing the chances of you getting pregnant.

If sperm doesn’t enter the womb, it also reduces the chance of you catching a sexually transmitted infection which is a good advantage of barrier contraception.

If used correctly, the failure rate for condoms is about two in a hundred.

That means that after a year of having sex, two in a hundred couples might fall pregnant if they’re using male condoms correctly.

The unfortunate thing is that in the heat of the moment during sex, sometimes you can put them on incorrectly and that failure rate may well rise.

Oral Contraception

These are tablets that women take to reduce the chance of getting pregnant.

There’s two types;

The combined pill.

birth control pill set

They both work in slightly different ways.

The combined pill works by suppressing ovulation.

That means that it stops you producing an egg and therefore mean that you can’t get pregnant.

It’s very effective if you take it properly.

Only one in 300 couples will have will fall pregnant after a year of having sex.

The advantages of the combined pill are that you can improve your periods in terms of making them regular.

If you’ve got painful periods, it may actually make them less painful and some women like it because you can control your periods.

You can take pill packets back-to-back if you don’t want to have a period at a certain time.

There are some disadvantages to the combined oral contraceptive pill.

Remember to take it every day and if you don’t, it won’t be effective.

Additionally, it’s not going to protect you from sexually transmitted infections.

It’s also really important to remember that some women can’t have it if you’re having certain types of migraines, high blood pressure or clot.

The Progesterone Only Pill

The Progesterone only peel is a little bit different to the combined pill.

It does inhibit ovulation in some cases, but it works by thinning the lining of the womb and making it difficult for a fertilized embryo to implant.

The advantage of the of the progesterone only pill is that it’s very effective.

About 1 in 200 couples will fall pregnant after using that effectively for a year and also you can use it in lots of cases.

So if the combined pill doesn’t suit you, you still may be able to use the progesterone only pill.

The disadvantages of the progesterone only pill is similar to the combined pill in that you need to remember to take a tablet everyday and also it won’t protect you from infections,

Longer-acting Contraception

The third main category of contraception is longer-acting contraception.

There’s a big push for women to have this type of contraception, because it’s really effective.

The advantage of longer term contraception is that it lasts a long period of time, until you need it done again.

This depends on the actual type of long-term contraception that you choose.

There are four main types of long-acting contraception.

They are:

Injection

This is something a woman will have every 8 to 12 weeks.

The advantage of it is that it’s really effective in stopping you from becoming pregnant.

The disadvantages of the contraceptive injection are that it does unfortunately, put on weight.

Also when you first go in the injection, you sometimes have irregular periods for a while, but that may well go on to having no periods at all which some women actually like.

The contraceptive injection may cause you to have thinning of the bones; if you have it for a prolonged period of time.

Implant

copper coil contraceptive

This is a little rod that’s inserted with a tiny operation under the skin.

It can be done in a GP surgery and you can feel it just near your armpit, underneath the skin.

That rod releases a hormone into the into the body.

The good thing is that there isn’t a high dose of hormone with this and so it doesn’t upset your body’s balance so much.

An advantage of the implant is it won’t put you on weight.

Disadvantages of the implant are that it can make your periods a little bit irregular to start with.

But if that is the case, it’s worth seeing your GP. The implant normally lasts 3 years.

The Copper Coil (IUCD)

intrauterine system in uterus

This is a little device that’s inserted into the neck of the womb and is often done in a GP surgery.

The copper is actually quite toxic to sperm and so if it kills sperm, you hopefully won’t fall pregnant.

Additionally, the copper coil works by stopping the sperm and the egg from actually meeting.

The advantages of this are that it’s quite effective and it lasts five years or so.

This means that you don’t have to think about anything for quite a long period of time.

The disadvantage of the copper coil is that it’s fairly invasive to put it in, but it is something, hopefully, you only need to do one in every five years.

Intrauterine System (IUS)

The final option for longer-acting contraception is called the IUS.

That’s similar to the copper coil in that it’s a little device that’s inserted into the neck of the womb, but it doesn’t contain any copper.

It contains a hormone which is released and that stops the sperm from meeting an egg.

The advantage of this is it’s very effective and it only releases a very small amount of hormone, so you should be able to be getting less side effects from this.

The disadvantages of the IUS is that it can cause some irregular bleeding.

But if you do get that, it’s definitely worth seeing your GP.

Sterilization

These are more permanent forms of contraception.

For men, you’ve got the vasectomy that can normally be done in a general practice setting and it’s a little operation done under local anesthetic.

For women, it’s female sterilization where the fallopian tubes are clipped under a general anaesthetic.

The disadvantage for sterilization for both men and women is that it’s really difficult to reverse.

So if you’re going to go down this route you need to be pretty sure that you’re making the right choice because you need to be under a general anesthetic.

Many doctors would suggest that you try an IUS first, which is a much safer and just as effective option.

Conclusion

If you need an emergency contraception, go to your nearest chemist.

But if you’re looking for a longer-term solution, it’s best to make an appointment with your GP and they can work through the options with you.

HPV and the Ultimate Guide to HPV

HPV and the Ultimate Guide to HPV  hpv symptoms on skin

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a common name of a group of various contagious viruses. The various types of HPV lead to the growth of different types of HPV warts. Warts can appear on the hands, face, back, soles, the genital area, and other places.

For example, genital warts grow as a result of an infection with HPV-6 and HPV-11 in about 90 percent of the cases. Sexual contact is the easiest way of HPV transmission. Over 30 HPV types are known, which are sexually transmitted. For this reason, HPV is among the most common sexually transmitted infections around the globe.

Genital warts are also called genital condylomas. Sexually active people are at the highest risk of being infected with this type of HPV. This is so, because according to statistical data, HPV is among the most common viruses, and many people are carriers of the infection without even suspecting they are infected. HPV transmission is easy during sexual contact with an infected partner, but symptoms of the infection may not appear for a very long time. Sometimes, people have had the HPV infection for years without suspecting it and then, stress or weakened immunity becomes the key factor for symptoms to appear and HPV warts to develop.

How HPV Is Transmitted

The HPV types causing the growth of genital warts are easily transmitted, even through skin contact. You can get infected even if you never had sexual contact with an infected person. This can happen if you touch an infected spot on the genital area with your fingers and then touch your own genitals. By the same token, the infection can be transmitted if both partners share sex toys, vibrators, dildos, etc, without washing them well.

a genital wart

The human papillomavirus can get into your oral cavity if you perform oral sex. This way, you are at risk of developing mouth cancer. The types of HPV that cause genital warts are also associated with cervical cancer in women and penile and anal cancer in men.

To protect yourself from the virus, use a condom or dental dam, but keep in mind that you are not hundred percent safe. The skin that is exposed, i.e. not protected by the condom, can still be infected.

Other types of HPV cause the growth of warts on face, soles, fingers, and other parts of the body. Such warts are typically plantar warts.

You can get infected with this type of warts easily, especially in more humid places, where many people gather. Examples of places where HPV transmission takes place easily are pools and saunas. Avoid using other peoples’ possessions, such as slippers, towels, linen, razors, and other personal items.

The Medical Treatments to HPV

HPV remedy constitutes all those ways which can make the HPV disappear. Some of the ways are purely natural and others are surgical or medical. Medical treatment of HPV warts includes surgical treatments and the use of ointments. Creams are applied on the HPV warts to stop them from growing further. Once, it stops growing, the existing lump falls off by itself gradually. There are such creams which work by empowering the immune system of the human body so that it can fight off the HPV.

Surgical Treatments for HPV

Surgical treatments for HPV are expensive as compared to other methods of HPV remedy. Freezing off the HPV by using liquid nitrogen, cutting off the HPV completely from the skin by a surgical operation is the methods included in treating HPV by surgery. A large number of over the counter remedies are also available for the treatment of HPV. If you are sure that an over the counter treatment is safe and suitable for your skin then you can try it. However, there are high chances of over the counter drugs not suiting your skin type and causing inflammation etc. Therefore, be careful while buying over the counter medication for HPV.

Home Treatments of HPV

Home remedies are also quite successful in getting rid of human papillomavirus. Many people who have experienced human papillomavirus have never undergone surgical treatments because they trusted natural HPV remedy and it worked for them successfully. There are numerous home remedies for getting freedom from them. People should understand that natural methods to cure HPV are not as fast as the medical methods. Therefore, those people who can afford to be patient should follow natural methods to cure human papillomavirus. The following are the Ultimate Guide to HPV for those People who want to get rid of their HPV warts in a fast manner.

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The removal of warts doesn’t need to involve scraping off skin or softening skin tissue with salicylic acid. You can simply take advantage of things found in nature. In this post, we’ll let you in on some of these treatment options to enable you to use them.These remedies don’t work on the main cause of warts, which is HPV or the Human Papillomavirus. In order to eradicate warts forever, you must do two things simultaneously. One is to enhance your immune system by putting the nutrition back to your body. Two is by taking out the wart’s growth.

Apple cider vinegar

apple cider vinegar

Get some warm water and soak warts in it for about fifteen to 25 minutes. Towel dry. Soaking moistens warts and makes them soft enough to be easily removed by the apple cider. After drying, apply the apple cider with a cotton ball on warts then let it stay around fifteen minutes. Wash off the area with clean water then dry it.

Aspirin

aspirin tablets

Take one aspirin and dissolve it in water. Do this before applying the aspirin to the wart-infected spot. After applying the aspirin solution, protect the affected area with a band-aid. For best results, apply this aspirin solution 2 times a day consistently, for a minimum of 30 days or until you see results.

Baking soda

Get one teaspoon of baking soda and blend it with water. Apply to the wart. Do this four or five times daily. In the alternative, you may also soak a gauze pad in castor oil and baking soda. To prevent dirt and dust from going in and limiting the effectivity of the remedy, put a band-aid on and leave there for the night.

Crushed banana peels

If you have plantar warts or warts on the feet, grind a raw banana peel and then rub the pulp on the feet. Again, to prevent foreign things from ruining the effectiveness of this remedy, cover the spot with a clean cloth or band-aid. Remove only when you’re taking a shower. Apply this remedy for a minimum of 2 months and assess how well you’re progressing.

Chewed cashew nuts

If you have lingering warts which are already years-old, apply chewed cashew nuts on them. Do this for two days and see what happens.

Dandelion stem

Dandelion stems usually take three weeks to a month to give good results. Rub a stem to your warts 2 to 3 times a day every day until the HPV warts completely fade away.

Garlic

Mash some cloves of garlic and rub on a warts-infected area thrice every day until they’re totally gone. Garlic usually takes a month to three months to take effect. Mash the garlic cloves completely before applying to make it more efficient.

With the exception of aspirin, the things mentioned are all-natural cures for eradicating warts. Choose a treatment method and use it continuously for the next several months and see what happens.

Treating a wart normally will take some time and need consistency and patience. Treatment may depend on a number of factors including the size of warts and how large the outbreak. In some cases, this could take a few weeks.

The Definitive Guide To HIV

The Definitive Guide To HIV hiv virus magnified

HIV is a deadly and infectious virus that has claimed millions of lives ever since it was discovered in 1983.

But how much do you really know about HIV?

What’s the difference between HIV and AIDS?

Great people often say that knowledge is power.

More information certainly helps in creating awareness.

Awareness that everyone can use to combat against HIV and AIDS.

Take a look at our definitive guide to HIV, including the basics, symptoms, prevention, treatment, and more.

What Is HIV, Really?

HIV is an acronym for Human Immunodeficiciency Virus.

cd4 t-cells magnified

HIV is a virus that will weaken your immune system, leaving you open to other viruses, germs, pathogens and other invaders.

What you should also know is that HIV causes AIDS, or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.

AIDS is a condition that causes you to get sick from things that people wouldn’t normally get.

Therefore, people who have AIDS have a higher risk of getting rare health conditions and illnesses as compared to those who don’t.

HIV is not gender specific, and both sexes can get or spread the virus.

An HIV-positive individual can feel fine and yet be able to pass the infection to others.

What’s important to know is that being positive for HIV doesn’t mean you automatically have AIDS.

Modern medicine has helped HIV-positive patients stay healthy and live for a longer time.

But the sad part is that both AIDS and HIV cannot be cured.

As of today, there are 36.7 million people from all over the world who has HIV/AIDS but only 70 percent know they are infected or battling this deadly condition.

How Can You Get HIV?

The virus usually lives in human blood, sexual fluids in men and women and breast milk.

HIV cannot live in sweat, urine, tears and saliva, and as such you won’t get HIV when you come in contact with the aforementioned fluids.

Believe it or not, HIV is not easy to get.

The virus dies out pretty quickly when exposed to open air.

It also won’t survive when the body fluid dries up.

HIV cannot be spread via insects or animals.

It’s not a virus that can be found on public surfaces such as tables, the floor and on toilet seats or door handles.

HIV can get passed down from one individual to another in pre-seminal fluid, blood, semen, rectal fluid, vaginal fluid and breast milk.

Any activity where an exchange of these fluids between two persons puts them on a risk of contracting HIV.

The leading reason for widespread HIV infection is unprotected sex.

Having anal or vaginal sex without a condom is one of the most common ways people get the virus.

In fact, the more sex partners an individual may have, the higher the risk of that person getting HIV positive.

Sharing needles is also one way of getting HIV.

Reusing syringes or needles of a person who has the virus will put you at a big risk of getting it.

Curiously, a needle that’s used for tattoos or piercing may also infect you if it was used on an HIV-positive individual and not sterilized after.

Blood transfusion, or the passing of one blood to another can also present a condition where there’s a chance to acquire HIV.

A mother who has HIV can pass the infection down to her baby through breastfeeding, during and before giving birth.

What Are The Symptoms Of HIV?

hiv symptoms in mouth

To understand the symptoms of HIV, you’ll need to know that there are 3 stages of HIV infection.

Let’s start with the first stage.

Most people won’t know that they have HIV.

But after a while, symptoms will start showing up.

Your body puts up a fight somewhere between 2 to 6 weeks after you’ve been infected with the virus.

The reason why most people don’t know they have HIV is simple.

The illnesses are similar to symptoms you experience when you’re hit with the flu.

Some of the symptoms include fatigue, sore throat, swollen lymph nodes, fever, aching muscles, nausea, diarrhea and constant headaches.

The symptoms of HIV progress to the second stage, which is called chronic HIV infection.

This is when your immune system has lost the fight.

This is also the stage where the virus starts killing off your CD4 T-cells.

Normal blood cell count is somewhere around 450 to 1,400.

When it drops down to 450 cells per microliter, then your immune system will be compromised.

The final stage of HIV is called AIDS.

You enter the AIDS phase if your CD4 T-cells drop down to below 200.

Doctors can diagnose you with AIDS if you contract unusual illnesses such as pneumocystis pneumonia or Kaposi’s sarcoma.

The symptoms become more pronounced.

You start feeling tired all the time, experience night sweats and alarming weight loss, purplish skin spots that don’t disappear, constant raggedness in breathing, vaginal, throat or mouth yeast infections, mysterious bleeding or bruising, lasting fever and swollen lymph nodes in the groin and neck.

You can learn more about HIV and AIDs symptoms here.

Common HIV Treatment and Alternative Medicine

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HIV is currently incurable, but modern medicine has made leaps and bounds when it comes to treatment.

One of these treatments is called ART, or Anti-Retroviral Therapy.

ART is a combination of various drugs, i.e., a cocktail that fights the infection in many different ways.

Studies have found that drug cocktails work best in controlling HIV and in preventing the virus from becoming resistant to the treatment.

A normal cocktail includes several ARTs from 2 or more different anti-viral groups for the best effect.

ART drugs can cause many side effects, and as a result people turn to alternative medicine.

Alternative medicine pertaining to treating HIV can be divided into several groups- Homeopathic, Naturopathic and Ayurveda.

Homeopathic medicine, or individualized treatment includes making the body stronger by means of herbs and vitamins and minerals.

anti retroviral

Naturopathic medicine simply means activating your inner healing forces from within.

Ayurvedic medicine involves the spirit, the mind and the body to treat HIV.

Treating HIV depends upon several factors, including personal preference, the stage of the infection and complications such as existing illnesses, allergies to specific drugs, etc.

Ultimately, it’s up to the patient to determine which type of treatment is best.

A combination of cocktail ARTs and alternative healing can bring about the greatest change.

Changing one’s mindset and living a healthy lifestyle will greatly contribute to extending the lifespan and the quality of life as well.

Guide to Proper Penis Health

Guide to Proper Penis Health

Every man on this planet is interested in maintaining a proper penis health.

Men that keep expressing a greater interest in maintaining the penis health tend to be those like satisfying women more and it takes pride in their male performance.

Basically, it’s a positive sign. Getting useful tips on maintaining proper penis health naturally can help you learn a great deal, thus making you extremely happier as well as the ladies that you meet.

Every man wants to have frequent erections as well as increased desire with the ability to fully last longer in bed. With proper penis health, you will achieve all that at the same time improving your penis size.

Here are the tips and guidelines for maintaining proper good penis health.

1. Boost Testosterone

skinny fat man working out

The first thing you should prioritize in order to have proper penis health is increasing testosterone levels. Testosterone is the key male sex hormone.

These hormones start decreasing in men after they approximately reach 30 years old.

For some men, lowering of testosterone levels results to lack of desire and weaker erections.

Boosting testosterone levels should appear at the top of your list to improve your penis health as well as the erection quality.

For me, what really worked excellently for me in erections improvement with testosterone were frequency penile exercise and the supplements techniques.

2. Delaying Ejaculation

sperm from ejaculate

If you are aiming to maintain proper penis health, and then make sure your ejaculation habits are optimal.

Optimal ejaculation is not only important in controlling ejaculation and lasting longer in bed but it’s also useful in maintaining good circulation of blood in your penis as well as improving natural free testosterone levels.

It’s good to make it a priority not to ejaculate too often and too fast.

Obviously, you need to ejaculate sometimes but try keeping your power in you should not always give in to desire every time you feel to masturbating.

3. Heat Healthy Sex Drive Food

salmon on ice

There are some certain foods that are generally beneficial to male sex drive.

Eating such kind of foods will boost your libido just the same as some vitamins do.

However, what really gives your libido boost, is staying in good shape through keeping off from bad foods and concentrate on the food that will help in keeping your blood circulate well which is important for strong erections.

Eating good food will low your fat levels and toxins in your body will be cleaned.

4. Penile Massage

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According to PhalloGauge Medical PDMP Center of Excellence, penile massage when done properly is very beneficial.

A successful penile massage leads to increase in blood circulation, the rise of free natural testosterone, increased desire and better erections.

Achieving the above is really possible by a just a simple penile massage technique that is very easy to master.

Penile Massage is related to Medical Penis Extender Devices.

Believe it or not, there actually exists medical penis extender devices that target devices.

In fact, that’s what inspired penile massage in the first place.

Penis extender devices hold the penis in a stretched position.

Length growth is a result of being held in the stretch position for long periods of time.

5. Reduce Alcohol and Smoking

Probably, you know how smoking is dangerous to male libido. Basically, smoking reduces the blood vessels ability to move the blood to all part of your penile area.

no smoking sign

In order to have hard erections, you will need sufficient blood to reach the chambers of your penis.

Thus there is the need to have greater and efficient blood circulation.

Heavy and regular drinking does not improve erection. While some alcohol-consumption is good, excessive consumption is really bad and can definitely lower the testosterone levels.

To maintain proper penis health, avoid excessive drinking and opt cutting down or completely quitting smoking.

Keeping off from alcohol and smoking, you’ll probably achieve proper health penis.

6. Maintain Healthy Weight

Basically, obesity steals your manhood and leads to reduction of testosterone levels in the body.

The abdominal fat usually converts the male hormone testosterone to that of female hormone estrogen. At the same time, you’re likely to have fatty plaque-deposits which eventually clog your blood vessels which include the artery to the penis.

This makes it a hard task to obtain and keep a good erection.

7. Take a Walk Every Day

When you do some exercise, your blood flow increases.

The blood rushes via the endothelia-cells then stimulates and they make nitric oxide which is a key chemical that plays vital role in erection production.

The healthier you are, the more you produce nitric oxide thus leading to a harder erection.

At the same time, exercise has been shown to be almost as effective as taking medicine in mild depression symptoms reduction.

8. Go to Bed Earlier

Men testosterone levels mostly peaks morning hours.

So having irregular sleeping patterns or sleeping less than seven hours, can drastically affect your sleep and sexual health quality.

Also, poor sleep is associated with various health problems that lead to sexual problems which include sleep arena, diabetes, and blood pressure naming a few of them.

9. Stay Sexually Active

Make use of your penis. Using your penis regularly can keep it in a good-shape you desire.

This is backed by various scientific studies that have clearly demonstrated those men who are more active sexually, usually have fewer problems associated with erectile dysfunction as their age advances.

10. Minimize Stress

Having stress leads to the release of hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline.

As you know it well, adrenaline narrows blood vessels which impact erecting negatively.

If in case you have ever experienced some performance guilty, it’s simply because of the adrenaline that is released as a response to the nervousness.

Excessive cortisol secretion which increases your appetite leads to the accumulation of the bad-belly.

Conclusion

Maintaining a proper health penis is a desire for every man.

Thus, the tips discussed in this article are a perfect sure bet to your health penis.

Putting this guideline in practice will help you have a proper and good sex life.

They will help you have a harder erection, last longer in bed, have a good shape penis thus gaining confidence in your sexual endeavors.

Proper health penis will probably make your relationship keep off from wrangles which may result as a result of failure to meet the expectations of your partner.

So, boosting testosterone, quitting smoking, doing exercise as well as delaying ejaculation and eating sex drive food just to name few, will tremendously improve your penis health.

Follow these tips and you will thank me later.

Ultimate Guide to Prostate Health

Ultimate Guide to Prostate Health

two prostates

Legendary actor Dennis Hopper and dictator Mobutu Sese Seko are but a few of the many men who have succumbed to prostate related illnesses showing that whether you are rich or poor you should be concerned with ensuring prostate health.

Prostate cancer and prostatitis are the two most common forms illnesses associated with this part of the male anatomy that is so critical to reproduction.

The main purpose of the prostate is to secrete an alkaline compound which serves to prolong the lifespan of sperm which may come into contact with acidic compounds.

Prostate cancer develops when abnormal cells emerge and begin to multiply and spread around the region until they eventually move to surrounding organs.

Prostate cancer may develop slowly but the main symptoms include urinating too often, blood in the urine, discomfort while urinating and pain in the lower back.

The two biggest risk factors associated with developing prostrate cancer are age and genetics because research has shown that if someone in the immediate family tree has developed the condition then there is high likelihood of developing the disease as well.

How To Reduce The Probability of Developing Prostrate Related Illnesses:

Research has shown that the probability of developing prostate cancer is significantly higher in western countries than other places around the world and this has been linked to the fact that people in developed countries consume bad fats found in fast foods instead of the good fat found in meals like nuts, cheese and avocados.

Eating plant protein can offer far health benefits compared to animal proteins because according to the world health organization meals that contain red meat and dairy products have been shown to be associated with increased chances of developing cancer.

plants that have protein

A simple yet surprisingly effective way to prevent prostate cancer is to drink green tea because it contains antioxidants and catechins which reduce the chances of developing cancer by up to a staggering 70%.

Omega 3 is a fat found in certain fish and consuming it is known to have almost miraculous effects on the human body one of which is that it helps with fighting inflammation and therefore making the body more resistant to infections and diseases.

Health supplement can be extremely good for the human body but it is wiser to get a medical check up first and advice from a doctor because certain supplements contain calcium which is known to increase the possibility of developing prostate cancer.

This goes without saying but obesity has been shown to drastically increase the chances of developing many other forms of cancer as well as increasing the chances of death once the illness has already developed.

Exercise everyday is not simply good for reducing weight but also for lowering blood pressure, ensuring proper blood flow and slowing down the progression of prostate illnesses once they have developed.

A fact that is likely to make many men happy is that research done at Harvard conclusively showed that having sex frequently helps reduce the possibility of developing prostate cancer by over 20%.

Eating whole foods and natural foods is generally a good idea because chemicals like preservatives, coloring, flavors and sweeteners found in processed foods are directly linked to increased chances of developing prostate cancer.

Hormonal imbalance is a problem stereo-typically associated with women but this is a problem that affects men as well which then leads to prostate related illnesses, but this can best be prevented by ensuring a balanced diet consumed at stable time intervals.

Certain foods have been shown to not only help in preventing but also slowing down cancer cells, these foods include salmon, tomatoes, walnuts, coffee and carrots.

salmon ready for eating

Even though there may be no direct causation there is some correlation between particular good health choices and the development of prostrate cancer, these habits include smoking drinking alcohol and not hydrating enough.

It is wise to search both the work and home environment for carcinogenics such as benzene, vinyl chloride, cadmium and radon because they have been linked to increased chances of developing cancer as well as toxin poisoning.

If one or more family members have developed prostrate cancer then it would be wise to speak to a doctor so that he or she may provide preventative medicine and even though there is no definitive way proven to prevent prostrate cancer at the very least the odds cold be significantly reduced.

Benign Prostate Aphasia (BHP)

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This is a condition that usually develops in men over thirty and it involves the enlargement of the prostrate gland in non-cancerous way until it blocks the passage of urine from the bladder to the urethra and is usually treated by alpha blockers to get the muscles in the region to relax.

While research has shown that it is still somewhat difficult to catch prostate cancer through check ups it is still important to go for a medical check up because this is an illness that is robbing the world of great men every year, a check up for BHP is also a good idea because it can be easily spotted and the earlier it is the better.

Prostatitis is a very common illness affecting millions of men around the world, it is caused by inflammation of the prostrate gland due to a viral or bacterial infection and presents in the form of blood in the urine, pelvic pain, fever and urethral discharge.

Unlike prostate cancer which mainly affects older men, prostatitis actually affects younger men as well and it usually develops when a bacterial infection moves from the urinary tract to infect the prostate gland, a doctor will often perform a urine test in order to ascertain the illness.

Prostatic Intraepethlial Neoplasia (hgpin)

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This is not entirely an illness on its own but rather a precursor to the development of prostate cancer, it is identified by a pathologist who inserts a needle via the rectum to obtain tissue samples that then studied under a microscope to search for abnormal cell development.

Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS)

This is a word used by doctors to denote a wide array of illnesses that affect the bladders, urethra and prostrate regions, LUTS can be divided into two main groupings of either obtrusive(preventing proper urine passage) or irritative(urine passes causing pain), the illness can be caused by a stroke or Parkinson`s disease.

What Is The Field Of Urology?

What Is The Field Of Urology?

male urinary tract diagramUrology is a medical field that mainly focuses on diseases involving the urinary tract and the male reproductive organ.

A urologist is what you’d call a professional who has studied in the field of urology.

They are primarily healthcare physicians who specialize in treating, diagnosing and detecting various health problems involving this particular area of the human physiology.

Urologists focus on diseases involving the following organs- the ureters, the bladder, the kidneys, the adrenal glands and the urethra.

For male patients, urologists take a look at the following organs- the seminal vesicles, the penis, the vas deferens, the epididymis, the testes and the prostrate.

As a whole, the field or urology studies the many concerns regarding conditions such as prostate enlargement and urinary tract infections.

It also takes a look at how these conditions may be managed in cases of stress incontinence, the presence of kidney stones, prostate cancer and bladder cancer.

In cases where cancer is involved, urologists usually partner up with other medical field experts like radiotherapists or oncologists.

If the kidneys are involved, urologists talk to a nephrologist because of their innate expertise in the field.

In dealing with problems of the female reproductive system, urologists can call up on the help of a gynecologist.

Other experts that could be called in to collaborate include pediatricians and endocrinologists regarding issues with one’s endocrine system and hormonal imbalances.

If you intend to study urology, then you’d better prepare to study the ins and outs for a long time.

Urologists will have to complete a 5-year post-graduate training program, gain experience in general surgery for 12 months and clinical urology for 36 months.

The remaining months can be used to study more general surgery, clinical urology or disciplines that are related to the urinary tract and male reproductive system.

Once you acquire a urology degree you can branch off into more specific specialties.

Pediatric Urology

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Some of the things urologists will be touching upon in pediatric urology include vesicoureteral reflux, underdeveloped genitalia, cryptorchidism and other genitourinary issues that children may face while growing up.

Neurourology

Specializing in the field of neurourology include managing conditions involving control over the genitourinary system.

Some of the most common health issues include abnormal urination.

Sometimes, neurological circumstances can lead to the development of neurourological conditions, i.e., spinal cord injuries, strokes, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.

Urologic Oncology

nephrologist holding kidney

This field greatly focuses in on malignancies in the human organs, i.e., testicular cancer, ureters, bladder cancer, prostate cancer, the adrenal glands, kidney cancer and cancer of the penis.

Endourology

Urologists can enter the field of endourology and deal with closed manipulation involving the urinary tract.

It has now grown to be minimally invasive, thanks to technological advancements over the recent years.

Endourology procedures include ureteral surgery, stone removal surgery and prostate surgery.

Andrology

Andrology mainly deals with the male reproductive issues such as infertility, ejaculatory disorders, erectile dysfunction and procedures such as reversal of vasectomy and the like.

Now that you know what urology is and what a urologist does, it’s time to find out when you should see a urologist.

When Should You Visit A Urologist?

A urologist can help you when you’re experiencing the following health conditions:

UTIs

Urinary tract infections happen when bacteria travels from the digestive tract up to the urethral area.

Individuals who are afflicted with UTIs have the following symptoms- incontinence, fever, vomiting, nausea, constant pain and abnormal urination.

UTIs are more likely to happen to women as compared to men.

Incontinence

Incontinence is a condition that makes you lose control of your bladder.

There are many reasons why this could happen.

It could be due to age, to pre-existing health conditions or loss of muscle control.

This happens to women after childbirth- their pelvic muscles get weak as they progress into the late stages of pregnancy.

Enlarged Prostate

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Did you know that BPH, or benign prostatic hyperplasia affects 1 of 3 men as they reach the age of 50?

You may start experiencing difficulty peeing on command because there’s an excess of prostate gland cells causing your urethra to constrict.

Seeing a urologist can help alleviate the symptoms and treat the condition.

Kidney Stones

Kidney stones are solidified acid salts and minerals that block the ureter area.

Individuals who suffer from kidney stones have great difficulty passing urine.

What’s more, they experience pain while peeing and often suffer from vomiting and nausea.

Erectile Dysfunction

Men who are suffering from erectile dysfunction often have more serious underlying health problems.

The penis is unable to become fully rigid in the prospect of having sex with a partner.

Male Infertility

Infertility in men can be caused by several reasons.

Sperm quality can affect motility, or some areas of the male reproductive system may be damaged.

lots of sperm swimming

A urologist can help come up with an exact diagnosis and the proper treatment for a speedy recovery.

The usual procedure when visiting a urologist will be a physical examination and probing questions regarding your medical history.

The urologist may also order follow-up tests in order to pinpoint the problem.

Ultrasound, MRI scans and CT scans can provide laser-like targeting.

They can also make use of a cystoscope, which is a long and thin probe equipped with a small camera.

This probe can be send down to your urinary tract in order to get a visual.

Sometimes, cystoscopes are used to take tiny tissue samples for testing purposes.

A simple urine test can be done to see if there’s bacteria lurking in your urinary tract.

A biopsy can be ordered to check for malignant cell growth or cancerous tumors.

A urologist may recommend the proper treatment following a thorough diagnosis.

Hormonal treatment is usually done in cases of prostate cancer.

UTIs, or infections are treated with antibiotics.

PDE5 inhibitors can be used to treat erectile dysfunction.

Chemotherapy is usually the prescribed treatment for cancer.

Moreover, surgery can be done to remove a kidney stone, relieve stress incontinence, remove a tumor in the prostate or bladder area or a part of a kidney.

Urologists can perform circumcisions and vasectomies as well for medical, religious or cultural reasons.

Cutting Edge Research on HIV Treatment And Cures

Cutting Edge Research on HIV Treatment And Cures doctor consulting woman patient

When HIV started, it was known as a killer disease due to the rate at which people died from HIV related problems.

This is because it makes the body immune system to weaken thus making it difficult for the body to fight diseases.

Therefore diseases such as TB attack and easily overpower the body. Moreover, most people who lived with the virus faced challenges such as low self esteem, stigma, neglection and depression.

But with the scientists working hard, the ART was introduced which has since then increased the life expectancy of those living with the HIV virus.

Moreover, awareness campaigns have been created worldwide, including the world AIDS day to ensure those infected are not neglected and also to educate people an ways in which the virus is transmitted.

This has helped to reduce stigma in HIV infected people and they are still loved in the community.

hiv in the blood

But with the awareness campaigns, prevention methods such as use of condoms for protected sex and the ART, that alone does not completely eliminate the virus.

Much is needed to be done and scientists and researchers have been working on finding a cure to the virus.

There is hope on finding the vaccine after the famous berlin patient was cured after a transplant.

Timothy Ray Brown was suffering from leukemia and also had the HIV virus.

But when he went to surgery, all he wanted was a bone marrow transplant to heal him from leukemia as he continued to take the ART’s.

But to everyone’s surprise, Timothy was also cured from HIV and Aids. The bone marrow was from HIV immune person and therefore it completely cured him.

Years down the line without him using any HIV drugs and he remained free from the HIV virus.

Are there any HIV vaccines?

With Timothy’s story, researchers and scientists are working on a way in which they could introduce a vaccine that is at least more than 60% percent in preventing one from getting HIV and AIDS virus.

This could make the body’s cells recognize the virus and effectively fight them and completely kill them. In effect to this, there are two major types of HIV vaccines in development and awaits testing.

This are preventive vaccines and therapeutic vaccines.

Preventive vaccines

a hiv vaccine ready to be administered

This are meant for people who are HIV negative.

They enable the body to recognize and fight the virus infecting the body therefore protecting the person from getting the virus.

The vaccines do not contain any HIV live viruses so you cannot get HIV from the vaccine.

They are not yet available and are still being developed for testing.

Therapeutic vaccines

On the other hand, therapeutic vaccines are for people who are already infected with the virus. It improves their immune system and prevents the virus from multiplying and progressively suppresses the virus.

As researchers say, it will also reduce the risk of the infected from spreading the virus to other people.

The aim of therapeutic vaccines is to prevent progression of the virus without the victim having to take ART’s. it may have to be used with other therapies in order to be fully effective.

There are no therapeutic vaccines yet confirmed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) but research is ongoing.

FDA headquarters

Why is a HIV vaccine important?

  • First of all, it will do away with the risk of HIV negative people from getting infected with the virus, which is a major step in eliminating HIV and AIDS as there will be no spreading. This is because when infected people are treated
    with therapeutic vaccines, it will reduce the risk of infecting others as the virus will be suppressed.
  • Vaccine is the better option to ART’s and other current drugs being used on HIV patients. This is because this drugs mostly have various side effects. This discourages most infected people from undergoing the medication thus they abandon the treatments due to some severe side effects. There are also patients who are drug resistant due to various factors and therefore their bodies don’t respond to some of this treatments. With vaccines, all this will be eliminated and they will be more effective and easy to use.
  • Vaccine is a drug that will be introduced to the body once or in just a short time as compared to drugs which patients have to take for the rest of their lives. Doctors are not assured that patients don’t get tired and abandon the drugs, which is a risk. Therefore vaccines will eliminate that.
  • Though other preventive measures such using condoms during sex for protection are effective, most people still don’t consider them. Therefore, vaccines are more of a sure preventive way to prevent HIV and AIDS.

What kind of research is being done on HIV cure and treatment vaccines and drugs?

lady looking in microscope

Availability and cost

People are of different income levels and also not all people live in he cities.

There is no point in making an expensive vaccine that is only available to the rich.

Therefore, researchers are also making sure that the drugs and vaccines can be accessed by everyone so as to be effective. Otherwise they will be of no use in fighting HIV and AIDS.

Safety, effectiveness and response of patients to the vaccines.

Researchers have to ensure that the vaccines are safe on the patients to avoid severe outcomes.

They also have to research one whether the preventive vaccine will completely prevent people from getting the HIV virus.

This includes a risky test on positive people therefore they have to do a well detailed research on that.

This will relate on how users respond to the vaccines and the drugs under
research. For now the world wait for testing and approval by the FDA for safe use.

Safety of vaccines.

Scientists have to make sure that the vaccines are safe to the body and they do not introduce the HIV virus to a HIV negative person.

They have to ensure that the vaccines do not make the body to overproduce white blood cells which fight diseases, as it could be quite dangerous.