Name of the Student
DateAnalyzing the Social Determinants of Syphilis
Syphilis is a venereal disease and a chronic transmitted infection caused by the bacteria Treponema pallidum pallidum . The infection might be transferred from the mother to the child during pregnancy and also t may be transmitted sexually. The stage of syphilis include primary, secondary, latent and tertiary. The infection is managed by penicillin antibiotics. Untreated syphilis may lead to disease progression. Therefore it is important to detect and diagnose syphilis appropriately and in a timely manner (Clement et al 1905). The present article would try to evaluate the major social determinants that influence syphilis. The study would further evaluate the national policies in the prevention and management of syphilis.
Syphilis is strongly influenced by gender and the accessibility of health services in the United States. Men are a vital link in the spread of syphilis. It is noted that Men with Men (MSM) sex leads to a spread in syphilis. This is due to the nature of sexual activity involving the anal region. Due to such sex, the tissues in the anus get ruptured and the pathogen enters the blood stream of the opposite partner. Overall the prevalence of primary and secondary syphilis in Canada is accounted by men. Hence the major social determinant of syphilis is gender. The Center for Disease Control has speculated that incidences of syphilis are on th…
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