Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) constitute to many health
problems. STIs have far reaching public health consequences for sexual wellbeing and
reproductive function. The aim of this study was to establish a management tool on the
prevalence of STIs that occur amongst patients at SBAH. This study proved the necessity in
implementing more cost effective testing methods.
This abstract was initially
presented at the annual
under the protection of the
vir Wetenskap en Kuns. The
symposium was held at the
University of Johannesburg
on 01 October 2011.