Nuria Bajo Davó

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OBJECTIVE To evaluate the validity of clinical algorithms proposed in Benin for the diagnosis of gonococcal or chlamydial infections among men with urethral discharge or dysuria and women with vaginal discharge consulting health services in Benin. These algorithms were adapted from those proposed by the World Health Organisation. METHODS Consecutive(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES In developing countries, simple and cheap procedures for the diagnosis of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are urgently needed, especially for screening purposes in high risk groups. GOALS To evaluate the sensitivity and specificity of a screening algorithm for STDs among 364 female sex workers in Bénin, in comparison with(More)
Since 1990 within the framework of a National Program against AIDS, surveillance in the Republic of Benin has relied on disease-control centers established in 20 selected locations. Seropositivity for HIV is always established by Western-blotting and diagnosis of AIDS is based on BANGUI/WHO clinical criteria and positive serologic tests. On June 30, 1993,(More)
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