Effectiveness of Early Detection and Intervention

Screening and treatment for Chlamydia infection in high-risk, asymptomatic women has been demonstrated to reduce significantly their incidence of PID after 12 months of follow-up. There have been no published studies of the effectiveness of screening women not at increased risk. Although treatment of men eradicates infection, there is no evidence that screening men reduces transmission, acute infection, or sequelae in women. Potential harms of screening and treatment include the effects of false-positive test results, patient anxiety, unnecessary antibiotic use, and adverse drug reactions (Meyers et al., 2007).

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