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Diagnosing Trichomoniasis

Diagnosing Trichomoniasis

Diagnosing Trichomoniasis

Christine Hardwick
Christine Hardwick
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Launch date: 31 Jul 2018
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This session explains how to diagnose infection with Trichomonas vaginalis (T. vaginalis or TV). It describes what diagnostic tests are available and the collection and management of suitable samples. It also covers the interpretation of test results.


By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Describe which tests are available and appropriate to detect T. vaginalis
• Identify which samples should be taken to make a diagnosis of trichomonas
• Specify how these samples should be stored and transported
• Interpret the results of tests for trichomonas
• Ascertain the timescale between exposure to infection and tests for trichomonas becoming positive
• Determine the timescale between treatment and tests for trichomonas becoming negative
• Discuss the detection of antibiotic resistance in T. vaginalis
Christine Hardwick

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Christine Hardwick
on behalf of Health Education England

Christine Hardwick qualified from the University of Birmingham before initially training and working in General Practice.

She completed her training in genitourinary medicine in the West Midlands in 2008 and is working as a locum Consultant at the Whittall Street Clinic in Birmingham.

She has published audits on the use of NAAT tests in the diagnosis of gonorrhoea.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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