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Southwest Region of Virginia HIV/AIDS and STD Trends Data through 2006. Southwest Region. ALLEGHANY AMHERST APPOMATTOX BEDFORD BEDFORD CITY BLAND BOTETOURT BRISTOL BUCHANAN CAMPBELL CARROLL CLIFTON FORGE COVINGTON CRAIG DANVILLE DICKENSON. FLOYD FRANKLIN CO. GALAX GILES
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Southwest Region of Virginia HIV/AIDS and STD Trends Data through 2006

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Southwest Region ALLEGHANY AMHERST APPOMATTOX BEDFORD CITY BLAND BOTETOURT BRISTOL BUCHANAN CAMPBELL CARROLL CLIFTON FORGE COVINGTON CRAIG DANVILLE DICKENSON FLOYD FRANKLIN CO. GALAX GILES GRAYSON HENRY LEE LYNCHBURG MARTINSVILLE MONTGOMERY NORTON PATRICK PITTSYLVANIA PULASKI RADFORD ROANOKE CITY ROANOKE CO. RUSSELL SALEM SCOTT SMYTH TAZEWELL WASHINGTON WISE WYTHE

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Notes to Accompany Virginia HIV/AIDS Trends All information is accounted for as of December 31st, 2005 unless generally demonstrated. HIV and AIDS reporting Virginia directions require reporting of HIV and AIDS cases independently. Thus, a man can be recorded as either a Virginia HIV case, a Virginia AIDS case, or as both (HIV and AIDS). A man initially determined to have HIV disease without any AIDS characterizing occasions will dependably be a HIV case. In the event that at a later time, the patient is analyzed as AIDS; the individual will be recorded as both a HIV and AIDS case. In the event that a patient\'s underlying conclusion of HIV disease is went with an AIDS characterizing occasion, the individual will be recorded as just an AIDS case. Unduplicated As an aftereffect of Virginia reporting controls for HIV and AIDS (see note over), an individual could be accounted for twice, once as a HIV case and once as an AIDS case. An unduplicated report will check this individual just once. On account of both HIV and AIDS analyze for one individual, age and place of living arrangement at the season of analysis will get from the HIV report. Unduplicated tallies will be shown. Living When dynamic (e.g., audit of graphs at supplier\'s workplaces) or detached (e.g., receipt of death endorsement from Division of Vital Records) observation demonstrates that a patient with HIV or AIDS has kicked the bucket, the reporting database is redesigned to mirror this data. Living tallies will be demonstrated.

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Notes to Accompany Virginia HIV/AIDS Trends Geography All area data depends on the deliver that is accounted for to the Division at the season of report. Report Date versus Finding Date Time edges are chosen in light of either the date of report or date of conclusion. The report date is the date the horribleness is gone into the database. Conclusion date is the date the infection was analyzed by a wellbeing proficient. Factual reports arranged in light of determination dates are probably going to change after some time, given that illness reports some of the time include time slacks of fluctuating degrees. Helps Case Definition Change On January 1, 1993, the AIDS reconnaissance case definition for young people and grown-ups was extended to incorporate three extra clinical conditions (aspiratory tuberculosis, repetitive pneumonia, and obtrusive cervical tumor) and in addition a research facility marker of extreme immunosuppression in HIV-contaminated people

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HIV*/AIDS Trends Between 2005-2006, statewide increment (3%) in reported HIV/AIDS Southwest Region saw a 18% diminishing in reported HIV/AIDS In the Southwest Region, Lynchburg demonstrated the most striking decline (40%) In 2006, 44% of reported instances of HIV/AIDS in the Southwest district were White, 46% Black and 7% were Hispanic and 3% reported another race Majority of the reported instances of HIV/AIDS were male (76%) *Includes those that may have advanced to AIDS

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Virginia HIV*/AIDS Cases by Region (N=34,585**) *Includes those that may have advanced to AIDS **Data through 2006

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Southwest Region of Virginia (N=1,501) Cases of HIV/AIDS* (1996-2006) *Includes those that may have advanced to AIDS

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People living with HIV(not AIDS)/AIDS Trends Number of individuals living with HIV(not AIDS)/AIDS in Southwest Virginia toward the end of 2006 ≈ 1409 8% of Virginia\'s living aggregate Most of cases are 32 years of age 70% male 51% dark

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Number of People Living with HIV(not AIDS) or AIDS, in Virginia, by Region, toward the end of 2006 (N=18,107)

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Percentage of People Living with HIV (not AIDS), by Region (N=10,088*) *Data through 2006

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Percentage of People Living with AIDS, by Region, (N=8,031*) *Data through 2006

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Individuals Living with HIV(not AIDS)/AIDS in the Southwest Region of Virginia by Locality toward the end of 2006 (N=1,409)

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Individuals Living with HIV(not AIDS)/AIDS in the Southwest Region of Virginia, by Race, toward the end of 2006 (N=1,409)

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Individuals Living with HIV(not AIDS)/AIDS in the Southwest Region of Virginia, by Risk toward the end of 2006 (N=1,409) *282 cases unidentified hazard or undetermined hazard

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Females Living with HIV(not AIDS)/AIDS in the Southwest Region of Virginia by Risk toward the end of 2006 (N=417*) *114 cases unidentified hazard or undetermined hazard

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Males Living with HIV(not AIDS)/AIDS in the Southwest Region by Risk toward the end of 2006 (N=992*) *168 cases unidentified hazard or undetermined hazard

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Total Early Syphilis* Trends Between 2005-2006, statewide increment (21%) in reported syphilis Southwest Region reported syphilis multiplied between 2005-2006 In 2006, 52% of reported instances of Syphilis in the Southwest area were white, 43% dark Majority of the reported instances of Syphilis were male (71%) *Includes a conclusion of Primary Syphilis, Secondary Syphilis or Early Latent Syphilis

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Virginia Total Early Syphilis* Cases by Region, 2006 (N=351) * Includes a determination of Primary Syphilis, Secondary Syphilis or Early Latent Syphilis

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Southwest Health Region Cases of Total Early Syphilis* (1998-2006) * Includes a finding of Primary Syphilis, Secondary Syphilis or Early Latent Syphilis

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Individuals Reported with Total Early Syphilis* in the Southwest Health Region, by territory in 2006 (N=21) * Includes an analysis of Primary Syphilis, Secondary Syphilis or Early Latent Syphilis

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Individuals Reported with Total Early Syphilis* in the Southwest Health Region, by Race, in 2006 (N=21) * Includes an analysis of Primary Syphilis, Secondary Syphilis or Early Latent Syphilis

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Individuals Reported with Total Early Syphilis* in the Southwest Health Region, by age in 2006 (N=21) * Includes an analysis of Primary Syphilis, Secondary Syphilis or Early Latent Syphilis

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Gonorrhea Trends Between 2005-2006, statewide abatement (22%) in reported gonorrhea. 34% decline in reported Hispanic cases. Southwest Region saw a 10% abatement in reported Gonorrhea In the Southwest Region, Lynchburg demonstrated the most outstanding increment (38%) In 2006, 24% of reported instances of Gonorrhea in the Southwest district were White, 72% Black, and 2% were Hispanic Majority of the reported instances of Gonorrhea were female (53%)

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Virginia Gonorrhea Cases by Region, 2006 (N=6,474)

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Southwest Health Region Cases Gonorrhea (1998-2006)

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Individuals Reported with Gonorrhea in the Southwest Health Region, by Race, in 2006 (N=975)

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Individuals Reported with Gonorrhea in the Southwest Health Region, by area in 2006 (N=975)* *Not appeared: Localities with one and only case

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Individuals Reported with Gonorrhea in the Southwest Health Region, by Age, in 2006 (N=975)

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Chlamydia Trends Between 2005-2006, statewide increment (6%) in reported Chlamydia and 26% expansion in reported Hispanic Cases Southwest Region saw a 2% expansion in reported Chlamydia In the Southwest Region, Danville demonstrated the most eminent reduction (20%) and Lynchburg demonstrated the most prominent increment (36%) In 2006 in the Southwest Region, 43% of reported instances of Chlamydia were white, 48% dark and 5% were obscure Majority of the reported instances of Chlamydia were female (75%)

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Virginia Chlamydia Cases by Region, 2006 (N=24,081)

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Southwest Health Region Cases Chlamydia (1998-2006)

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Individuals Reported with Chlamydia in the Southwest Health Region, by Race, in 2006 (N=2,876)

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Individuals Reported with Chlamydia in the Southwest Health Region, by territory in 2006 (N=2,876)

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Individuals Reported with Chlamydia in the Southwest Region, by age in 2006 (N=2,876)

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Prepared via: Carrie Dolan, MPH Epidemiologist Lindsey Matthews, MPH (upgraded) Division of Disease Prevention July 2007 carrie.dolan@vdh.virginia.gov *Data got to from HIV/AIDS Reporting System (HARS) and Sexually Transmitted Disease Management Information System (STDMIS) July 2007

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