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INNOVATIVE PROCEDURES TO HANDLE VICTIMS WITH SENSUALLY CONVEYED SYNDROMES: A MULTIFACETED APPROACH

Dr Humira Khurshid, Aimen Iftikhar, Dr Muhammad Usman Sarwar

It is seen in adults every year in the world. The most communal infections are gonorrhea, syphilis, trichomoniasis, chlamydia, genitalia herpes, chancroid, genitalia warts and human immunodeficiency virus and catarrhal inflammation B sickness, as well as structural changes and their presence. According to the World Health Organization, 520 million new cases of sensually spread infections caused by germs, parasites and viruses, including sensually spread infections from mother to child during pregnancy and delivery. Cooperation of doctors is one of the main points of identification, early identification, improvement of diagnostic checks and therapeutic cure and handling. Asymptomatic sickness hinders routine diagnostic checks and therapeutic cure and handling. These points are important for improving the victim's quality of life and overall protection. In our case report, appropriate collaboration between clinicians has improved the early detection and cure and handling of AIDS. On the other hand, if AIDS is detected, it is possible to detect at least one additional sensually conveyed sickness in the same victim, which makes it difficult to diagnose the etiology of the sickness and to schedule diagnostic checks and treat the sickness early enough.

Keywords: Multifaceted Approach, Handle, Sensually Conveyed Syndromes, Victims.

It is seen in adults every year in the world. The most communal infections are gonorrhea, syphilis, trichomoniasis, chlamydia, genitalia herpes, chancroid, genitalia warts and human immunodeficiency virus and catarrhal inflammation B sickness, as well as structural changes and their presence. According to the World Health Organization, 520 million new cases of sensually spread infections caused by germs, parasites and viruses, including sensually spread infections from mother to child during pregnancy and delivery. Cooperation of doctors is one of the main points of identification, early identification, improvement of diagnostic checks and therapeutic cure and handling. Asymptomatic sickness hinders routine diagnostic checks and therapeutic cure and handling. These points are important for improving the victim's quality of life and overall protection. In our case report, appropriate collaboration between clinicians has improved the early detection and cure and handling of AIDS. On the other hand, if AIDS is detected, it is possible to detect at least one additional sensually conveyed sickness in the same victim, which makes it difficult to diagnose the etiology of the sickness and to schedule diagnostic checks and treat the sickness early enough.

Keywords: Multifaceted Approach, Handle, Sensually Conveyed Syndromes, Victims.

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