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Dr. EJ Mayeaux reviews the risk factors for Chlamydia and gonorrhea infections, strategies for... Show more
Dr. EJ Mayeaux reviews the risk factors for Chlamydia and gonorrhea infections, strategies for screening and diagnosing, and treatments. View the Omnia CME activity Chlamydia and Gonorrhea: The Most Common Treatable STIs.  
There has been a lot of discussion about a sexually transmitted infection called Mycoplasma... Show more
There has been a lot of discussion about a sexually transmitted infection called Mycoplasma genitalium, or MGen. Chances are that most clinicians have not yet tested for, or have even heard of, this sexually transmitted infection, and yet, it is more prevalent than gonorrhea and has been associated with both asymptomatic and symptomatic infections of male and female genital tracts. In this edition of ReachMD’s Women's Health Update, host, Dr. Renee Allen interviews Dr. Maria Trent, a Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland to talk about this STI and share a case study illustrating how difficult MGen is to diagnose and the challenges clinicians face regarding treatment. Provided by ReachMD
Mycoplasma genitalium is considered to be an emerging sexually transmitted infection (STI) in the... Show more
Mycoplasma genitalium is considered to be an emerging sexually transmitted infection (STI) in the United States, affecting both men and women.1,2  In this activity you will be prompted to make decisions as you navigate two different sample patient cases. Learning Objectives: Recognize risk factors and clinical manifestations of M. genitalium infection in sexually active women and men. Describe testing options for the diagnosis of M. genitalium. Review M. genitalium treatment and resistance concerns. Click the play button below to launch the presentation in this window.    1. Manhart LE. Mycoplasma genitalium. An emergent sexually transmitted disease? Infect Dis Clin N Am. 2013;27:779-792. doi:10.1016/j.idc.2013.08.003. 2. CDC. 2015 Emerging Issues: Sexually Transmitted Diseases Treatment Guidelines. www.cdc.gov/std/tg2015/emerging.htm.Updated June 4, 2015. Accessed July 11, 2017. MED-00340 Posted 12/10/18
An interactive educational program presented by Ryan Sobel, MD. This activity looks at... Show more
An interactive educational program presented by Ryan Sobel, MD. This activity looks at prevalence, health consequences, and considerations for accurate diagnosis, all of which have a significant impact on therapy. Learning Objectives: Discuss the challenge of accurately diagnosing vaginitis. Outline the most common causes and complications of infectious vaginitis: bacterial vaginosis, vulvovaginal candidiasis and trichomoniasis. Explain how to differentially diagnose vaginitis. Click the play button below to launch the presentation in this window.  1. Kent HL. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 1991;165(4):1116-1176 MED-00341 Posted 12/10/18
Since bacterial vaginosis (BV) and vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC) are recurrent conditions that... Show more
Since bacterial vaginosis (BV) and vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC) are recurrent conditions that come back frequently and often without reason, improvement in diagnosis and management would also mean improving these women’s physical, mental, and sexual health. In this edition of ReachMD’s Women's Health Update, join Dr. Oluwatosin Goje, Obstetrician Gynecologist from the Cleveland Clinic, to explore how you can use molecular testing to improve your patients’ care. Provided by ReachMD
Dr. Jane R. Schwebke discusses Trichomonas vaginalis (Trichomoniasis), Vulvovaginal... Show more
Dr. Jane R. Schwebke discusses Trichomonas vaginalis (Trichomoniasis), Vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC), and Bacterial vaginosis (BV). View the Omnia CME activity: Vaginosis/Vaginitis: Diagnostic Updates to Improve Cure Rates and Patient Outcomes
STI screening can be done easily and regularly in the PCP office. In this edition of ReachMD’s... Show more
STI screening can be done easily and regularly in the PCP office. In this edition of ReachMD’s Women's Health Update, join Dr. Amy Clouse, Associate Director of the Family Medicine Residency Program at Abington-Jefferson Health, to learn how simple it can be to include STI screening in your typical patient visit, as well as how to overcome some of the troublesome barriers to screening that we face as clinicians. Provided by ReachMD
Dr. Edward Evantash, Medical Director and Vice President of Medical Affairs at Hologic,... Show more
Dr. Edward Evantash, Medical Director and Vice President of Medical Affairs at Hologic, provides an overview of how Hologic's commitment to partnering with clinicians and their breadth of offerings support patients across the continuum of care. Click to view Women's Health: The Holistic Approach (Video).
Watch the Not-So-Common Knowledge About the Most Common STI webinar presented by Dr. Jane... Show more
Watch the Not-So-Common Knowledge About the Most Common STI webinar presented by Dr. Jane Schwebke:
Dr. David Gandell discusses the prevalence of genital HSV, and reviews its typical and atypical... Show more
Dr. David Gandell discusses the prevalence of genital HSV, and reviews its typical and atypical presentations. Dr. Gandell also evaluates how serologic testing can help differentiate between HSV 1 and HSV 2 infection, as well as between HSV1 primary or recurring infection. View the Omnia CME activity: Genital Herpes Screening: Knowledge is Power