Chlamydia screening criteria must go beyond sex partners, OC use.

  • Published 1988 in Contraceptive technology update

Abstract

Broad-scale chlamydia testing of family planning clinic populations has been advocated by public health organizations such as the Centers for Disease Control, but the criteria for such screening remain controversial. The Family Planning Council of Central Pennsylvania found the following criteria to be predictive for chlamydial infection: age under 25 years… (More)

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