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Implementation of a Screening Program for Chlamydial Infection in Incarcerated Adolescents
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
In collaboration with the Houston Department of Health and Human Services, the authors implemented and evaluated a urine-based chlamydia screening program in incarcerated youth in Harris County, Texas, and assessed predictor variables for infection. Goal: To implement and evaluate chlamydia screening in incarcerated youth. Study Design: The authors determined prevalence of chlamydial infection, treatment rates, and predictor variables in 589 youth and repeated the measures 6 months later in 975doi:10.1097/00007435-200101000-00010 pmid:11196046 fatcat:k74rhfzf6jb4dmeknzp2yhbrg4