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  1. Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Surveillance Report, 2007 Minnesota Department of Health STD Surveillance System www.health.state.mn.us/std

  2. Introduction • Under Minnesota law, physicians and laboratories must report all laboratory-confirmed cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and chancroid to the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) within one working day. • The MDH does not maintain statistics for other, non-reportable STDs (ex: herpes, HPV/genital warts). • This slide set describes trends in reportable STDs in Minnesota by person, place, and time. • Analyses exclude cases reported from federal and private prisons. STDs in Minnesota: Annual Review

  3. Introduction • STD surveillance is the systematic collection of data from cases for the purpose of monitoring the frequency and distribution of STDs in a given population. • STD surveillance data are used to detect problems, prioritize resources, develop and target interventions, and evaluate the effectiveness of interventions. STDs in Minnesota: Annual Review

  4. Interpreting STD Surveillance Data • Factors that impact the completeness and accuracy of STD data include: • Level of STD screening by healthcare providers • Individual test-seeking behavior • Sensitivity of diagnostic tests • Compliance with case reporting • Completeness of case reporting • Timeliness of case reporting • Increases and decreases in STD rates can be due to actual changes in disease occurrence and/or changes in one or more of the above factors. STDs in Minnesota: Annual Review

  5. Interpreting STD Surveillance Data • The surveillance system only includes cases diagnosed in conjunction with a positive laboratory test. Cases diagnosed solely on symptoms are not counted. • Surveillance data represent cases of infection, not individuals. A person with multiple infections in a given year will be counted more than once. • Caution is warranted when interpreting changes in STD numbers that can seem disproportionately large when the number of cases is small. STDs in Minnesota: Annual Review

  6. National Context STDs in Minnesota: Annual Review

  7. United States: State-Specific Chlamydia Rates, 2006(National Rate = 347.8 per 100,000) STDs in Minnesota: Annual Review SOURCE:Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Division of STD Prevention. 2006 Surveillance Slides.

  8. United States: State-Specific Gonorrhea Rates, 2006(National Rate = 120.9 per 100,000) STDs in Minnesota: Annual Review SOURCE:Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Division of STD Prevention. 2006 Surveillance Slides.

  9. United States: State-Specific P&S Syphilis Rates, 2006(National Rate = 3.3 per 100,000) STDs in Minnesota: Annual Review SOURCE:Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Division of STD Prevention. 2006 Surveillance Slides.

  10. Overview of STDs in Minnesota STDs in Minnesota: Annual Review

  11. STDs in MinnesotaRate per 100,000 by Year of Diagnosis, 1997-2007† * P&S = Primary and Secondary.

  12. STDs in Minnesota:Number of Cases Reported in 2007 • Total of 17,057 STD cases reported to MDH in 2007: • 13,412 Chlamydia cases • 3,459 Gonorrhea cases • 186 Syphilis cases (all stages) Note: Chancroid remains extremely rare in Minnesota. There were no cases reported in 2007.

  13. CHLAMYDIA STDs in Minnesota: Annual Review

  14. Chlamydia Infections by Residence at Diagnosis Minnesota, 2007 Total Number of Cases = 13,412 Suburban = Seven-county metro area including Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin (excluding Minneapolis), Ramsey (excluding St. Paul), Scott, and Washington counties. Greater MN = All other Minnesota counties outside the seven-county metro area.

  15. Chlamydia Rates by GenderMinnesota, 1997-2007

  16. Chlamydia Rates by AgeMinnesota, 1997-2007

  17. Age-Specific Chlamydia Rates by Gender Minnesota, 2007

  18. Chlamydia Rates by Race/Ethnicity Minnesota, 1997-2007 * Persons of Hispanic ethnicity can be of any race.

  19. Chlamydia Rates by Race/Ethnicity Excluding BlacksMinnesota, 1997-2007 * Persons of Hispanic ethnicity can be of any race.

  20. GONORRHEA STDs in Minnesota: Annual Review

  21. Gonorrhea Infections in Minnesotaby Residence at Diagnosis, 2007 Total Number of Cases= 3,459 Suburban = Seven-county metro area including Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin (excluding Minneapolis), Ramsey (excluding St. Paul), Scott, and Washington counties. Greater MN = All other Minnesota counties outside the seven-county metro area.

  22. Gonorrhea Rates by GenderMinnesota, 1997-2007

  23. Gonorrhea Rates by AgeMinnesota, 1997-2007

  24. Age-Specific Gonorrhea Rates by GenderMinnesota, 2007

  25. Gonorrhea Rates by Race/Ethnicity Minnesota, 1997-2007 * Persons of Hispanic ethnicity can be of any race.

  26. Gonorrhea Rates by Race/Ethnicity Excluding BlacksMinnesota, 1997-2007 * Persons of Hispanic ethnicity can be of any race.

  27. SYPHILIS STDs in Minnesota: Annual Review

  28. Syphilis Rates by Stage of Diagnosis Minnesota, 1997-2007 * P&S = Primary and Secondary

  29. Primary & Secondary Syphilis Infections in Minnesota by Residence at Diagnosis, 2007 Total Number of Cases = 59 Suburban = Seven-county metro area including Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin (excluding Minneapolis), Ramsey (excluding St. Paul), Scott, and Washington counties. Greater MN = All other Minnesota counties outside the seven-county metro area.

  30. Primary & Secondary Syphilis Rates by GenderMinnesota, 1997-2007

  31. Primary & Secondary Syphilis Rates by AgeMinnesota, 1997-2007

  32. Age-Specific Primary & Secondary Syphilis Rates by Gender, Minnesota, 2007

  33. Primary & Secondary Syphilis Cases by RaceMinnesota, 2007 Total Number of Cases = 59 *Includes persons reported with more than one race

  34. Primary & Secondary Syphilis Rates by Race/EthnicityMinnesota, 1997-2007 * Persons of Hispanic ethnicity can be of any race.

  35. CHLAMYDIA AND GONORRHEA AMONGADOLESCENTS & YOUNG ADULTS (15-19 year olds) (20-24 year olds) STDs in Minnesota: Annual Review

  36. Chlamydia Disproportionately Impacts Youth Chlamydia Cases in 2007 (n = 13,412) MN Population in 2000 (n = 4,919,479)

  37. Gonorrhea Disproportionately Impacts Youth Gonorrhea Cases in 2007 (n = 3,459) MN Population in 2000 (n = 4,919,479)

  38. Characteristics of Adolescents & Young Adults†Diagnosed With Chlamydia or Gonorrhea in 2007 † Adolescents defined as 15-19 year-olds; Young Adults defined as 20-24 year-olds.

  39. Characteristics of Adolescents & Young Adults† Diagnosed With Chlamydia or Gonorrhea in 2007 Suburban = Seven-county metro area including Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin (excluding Minneapolis), Ramsey (excluding St. Paul), Scott, and Washington counties. Greater MN = All other Minnesota counties outside the seven-county metro area. † Adolescents defined as 15-19 year-olds; Young Adults defined as 20-24 year-olds.

  40. Chlamydia Rates Among Adolescents & Young Adults†by Gender in Minnesota, 1997-2007 Rate=Cases per 100,000 persons based on 2000 U.S. Census counts. † Adolescents defined as 15-19 year-olds; Young Adults defined as 20-24 year-olds.

  41. Chlamydia — Positivity Rates by Age and Gender MIPP† Clinics, 2002-2007 † The Minnesota Infertility Prevention Project (MIPP) is a project funded by the CDC to provide STD testing and treatment to uninsured men and women ages 15-24. Participating clinics include STD, family planning, adolescent, and community clinics.

  42. Chlamydia Cases Among Adolescents and Young Adults† by Gender and Race, Minnesota, 2007 Males (n = 2,046) Females (n = 7,095) † Adolescents defined as 15-19 year-olds; Young Adults defined as 20-24 year-olds.

  43. Chlamydia Rate Among Adolescents and Young Adults† by Race, Minnesota, 2007 Rate=Cases per 100,000 persons based on 2000 U.S. Census counts. † Adolescents defined as 15-19 year-olds; Young Adults defined as 20-24 year-olds.

  44. Chlamydia — Positivity Rates Among 15-24 Year-olds by Race MIPP† Clinics, 2002-2007 † The Minnesota Infertility Prevention Project (MIPP) is a project funded by the CDC to provide STD testing and treatment to uninsured men and women ages 15-24. Participating clinics include STD, family planning, adolescent, and community clinics.

  45. Gonorrhea Rates Among Adolescents & Young Adults†by Gender in Minnesota, 1997-2007 Rate=Cases per 100,000 persons based on 2000 U.S. Census counts. † Adolescents defined as 15-19 year-olds; Young Adults defined as 20-24 year-olds.

  46. Gonorrhea — Positivity Rates by Age and Gender MIPP† Clinics, 2002-2007 † The Minnesota Infertility Prevention Project (MIPP) is a project funded by the CDC to provide STD testing and treatment to uninsured men and women ages 15-24. Participating clinics include STD, family planning, adolescent, and community clinics.

  47. Gonorrhea Cases Among Adolescents and Young Adults† by Gender and Race, 2007 Males (n = 647) Females (n = 1,285) † Adolescents defined as 15-19 year-olds; Young Adults defined as 20-24 year-olds.