STI series: 3-in-1 Trichomonas + Candida + Gardnerella Rapid Test
The JD’s 3-in-1 antigen rapid test kit is for qualitative detection of Trichomonas Vaginalis, Candida Albicans and Gardnerella Vaginalis both in women and in men. The triple test card include an individual test strip for each of these three infections.
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are among the most common caused of illness in the world and have far-reaching health, social and economic consequences for many countries. STIs remain a public health problem of major significance in most parts of the world. The incidence of acute STIs is believed to be high in many countries. Failure to diagnose and treat STIs at an early stage may result in serious complications and sequelae, including infertility, fetal wastage, ectopic pregnancy, ano-genitalcancer and premature death, as well as neonatal and infant infections. The individual and national expenditure on STI care can be substantial. For the sexually transmitted diseases, also known as hamephilius, in females this infection causes an abnormal, foul-smelling, greyish vaginal discharge and sometimes redness or itching of vulva. Males may harbor the germs that causes this infection in their bodies, but they are usually asymptomatic. For Vaginitis, whether infectious or not, constitutes one of the most common problems in clinical medicine, and it is one of the main motives that lead women to seek out an obstetrician or gynecologist. Bacterial vaginosis, candidiasis and trichomoniasis are responsible for 90% of the case of infectious origin.
Bacterialvaginosis(BV)is characterized by the substitution of the vaginal flora, normally dominated by lactobacilli, by a complex and abundant flora of strictly or optionally anaerobic bacteria that are normally found in vagina (Gardnerellavaginalis, Bacteroides sp, Peptostreptococus, Mobiliuncus sp).Abundant foul–smelling vaginal secretions are the typical symptom of infection byGardnerella vaginalis (GV).
The symptomatic infection byCandidaalbs(yeast) (CA)arises when there is an excessive proliferation of this microorganism in the vaginal flora, ceasing its colonization and starting to achieve outright adherence to the vaginal cells, consequently causing infection, The patient presents thick, fetid vaginal secretions with a granular appearance and an itchy vulva. The vagina becomes hypermic and the vulva erythematous, and there maybe excoriation and dyspareunia.
Trichomonasvaginalis(TV)is a flagellate protozoan considered to be sexually transmittable and related to low socioeconomic levels. Typically a patient with trichomoniasis presents intense frothy yellow–greenish vaginal discharges, irritation and pain in the vulva, perineum and thighs, and dyspareunia and dysuria.