Instructions: Listen to the podcast episode available below, and then submit your answers to the multiple choice questions. You will review the answers and the material covered during your next Continuity Clinic Session.
Gonorrhea and Chlamydia
1. A 22 yo G0 presents for STI screening after unprotected intercourse. She is diagnosed with gonorrhea. You recommend treatment with ceftriaxone 250 mg IM x 1 and azithromycin 1 g PO x 1. What is the reason for the addition of azithromycin to the treatment regimen for gonorrhea?
2. A 30 yo G2P1001 presents for routine prenatal are care at 16 weeks. She is diagnosed with gonorrhea by a vaginal swab nucleic acid amplification test. Which of the following is not a risk of disseminated gonorrhea in pregnancy?
3. A 19 yo G0 presents for her first annual GYN exam. She reports being in a monogamous relationship for 6 months. You screen her for STIs, and her results are positive for chlamydia. You treat her with antibiotic therapy, and she requests testing for her boyfriend who does not have a doctor. In accordance with CDC guidelines, the next step should be: