Volume 24, Number 7—July 2018
Effects of Sexual Network Connectivity and Antimicrobial Drug Use on Antimicrobial Resistance in Neisseria gonorrhoeae
|Survey description||Sexual orientation of participants||Mean no. lifetime sex partners (95% CI or SD)||Median no. lifetime sex partners (IQR)||Mean (95% CI) or median no. recent sex partners†||Median no. recent sex partners (IQR)†|
|ASHR II‡||MSM||143.1 (95.7–190.6)||22 (7–100)||6.8 (5.1–8.5)||1 (1–10)|
|NHANES§||MSM||26.9 (7.8)||22 (4–100)||NA||NA|
*ASHR II, Australian Study of Health and Relationships II; IQR, interquartile range; NA, not available; NATSAL, National Surveys of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (United Kingdom); NHANES, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (United States).
†For ASHR and NHANES, recent refers to the previous 12 months; for NATSAL II, recent refers to the previous 5 years.
‡ASHR II is a nationally representative sample of adults 16–59 y in Australia. Data were collected during 2012–2013 (n = 20,094).
§NHANES is a nationally representative sample of civilian, noninstitutionalized adults 18–69 y in the United States. Data were collected during 2009–2012 (n = 13,374).
¶NATSAL is a national probability sample of adults 16–44 y in the United Kingdom. Data were collected during 2000 (n = 11,161).