Götz, Hannelore M; van Oeffelen, Louise Aam; Hoebe, Christian J P A; van Benthem, Birgit Hb (2019-01-21)
To assess to what extent triage criteria, client and regional characteristics explain regional differences in Retrospective cross-sectional study on the Dutch STI surveillance database of all 24 STI clinics. STI clinic visits of heterosexual persons in 2015 with a Ct (n=101 495) and/or Ng test (n=101 081). Ct and Ng positivity and 95% CI was assessed for each STI clinic. Two-level logistic regression analyses were performed to calculate the percentage change in regional variance (PCV) after adding triage criteria (model 1), other client characteristics (model 2) and regional characteristics (model 3) to the empty model. The contribution of single characteristics was determined after removing them from model 3.
Rijks, Jolianne M; Montizaan, Margriet G E; Bakker, Nine; de Vries, Ankje; Van Gucht, Steven; Swaan, Corien; van den Broek, Jan; Gröne, Andrea; Sprong, Hein (2019-02-01)
To increase knowledge of tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV) circulation in the Netherlands, we conducted serosurveillance in roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) during 2017 and compared results with those obtained during 2010. Results corroborate a more widespread occurrence of the virus in 2017. Additional precautionary public health measures have been taken.
Woestenberg, Petra J; Bogaards, Johannes A; King, Audrey J; Leussink, Suzan; van der Sande, Marianne Ab; Hoebe, Christian Jpa; van Benthem, Birgit Hb (2018-11-13)
Data on the impact of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination on the population HPV prevalence are largely obtained from women. We assessed the impact of the girls-only HPV16/18 vaccination program in the Netherlands that started in 2009, on trends in HPV prevalence among women and heterosexual men, using data from the PASSYON study. In this cross-sectional study, the HPV prevalence among 16- to 24-year-old visitors to sexually transmitted infection clinics was assessed in 2009, 2011, 2013, and 2015. We compared the genital postvaccination HPV prevalence with the prevaccination prevalence (2009) using Poisson GEE models. In total, we included 4,996 women and 1,901 heterosexual men. The percentage of women who reported to be vaccinated increased from 2.3% in 2009 to 37% in 2015. Among all women, the HPV16/18 prevalence decreased from 23% prevaccination to 15% in 2015 (adjusted prevalence ratio [aPR] 0.62, p
Romijnders, Kim A G J; Pennings, Jeroen L A; van Osch, Liesbeth; de Vries, Hein; Talhout, Reinskje (2019-10-30)
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