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Table A17–2 Disease Scenarios for N.Gonorrhea Infection in Women and Men

 

% of Cases

Committee HUI Values

Duration (years)

WOMEN

 

Total Cases

460,000

 

Asymptomatic

50.0%

1.00

 

untreated

25.0%

 

treated (detected in screening, etc.)

25.0%

Mild (cervicitis, urethritis, endometritis, bartholinitis)

50.0%

 

outpatient

 

0.85

0.0192 (7 days)

Serious (PID, salpingitis, perihepatitis) —outpatient only

10.0%

0.63

0.0274 (10 days)

Serious (PID, salpingitis, perihepatitis) —inpatient

 

inpatient—no surgery

7.5%

0.57

0.0110 (4 days)

inpatient with surgery

2.5%

0.46

0.0055 (2 days)

outpatient after inpatient

10.0%

0.83

0.0274 (10 days)

Serious (PID, etc.)

0.8%

 

inpatient with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy

 

0.40

0.0027 (1 day)

outpatient after inpatient

 

0.76

0.0274 (10 days)

infertility

 

0.82

23.6523 (remaining lifetime at onset)

ALL PID sequelae: 5-year lag from infection

Ectopic Pregnancy—Outpatient only

3.3%

0.58

0.0767 (4 weeks)

Ectopic Pregnancy—Inpatient

3.3%

 

inpatient

 

0.23

0.0082 (3 days)

outpatient after inpatient

 

0.66

0.0767 (4 weeks)

Chronic pelvic pain

6.6%

0.60

22.7313 (remaining lifetime at onset+5 years)

discounted quality adjusted life expectancy at age 28.7

Infertility

4.0%

0.82

22.7313 (remaining lifetime at onset+5 years); discounted quality adjusted life expectancy at age 28.7

Disseminated gonococcal infections (bacteremia, arthritis, etc.) —outpatient only

0.5%

0.60

0.0219 (8 days)



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