Sc07.01 Efficiency Of The Cervical Cancer Early Detection Protocol In A Health Care Centre

D. F. Pruteanu, J. Vera Mar¡n, F. Ant¢n Garc¡a, F. Rivera C sares;
CS Fuensanta, Valencia, Spain.
Daniela Florentina F Pruteanu
Zip: 46018
Phone: 0034697852602
Objective: To assess the protocol of cervical screening tests of a health care centre (HCC)
Methodology: We assessed the cervical screening tests performed in our HCC during the period 2008-2010. Variables: age, nationality of origin, results based on Bethesda System 2001 and follow-up of the non-inflammatory pathology.
Results: Our HCC looked after a population of 6,117 adult women on average in the evaluated period. 18.5% of the women who usually come to the surgery are emigrants. We performed 742 smear tests, out of which 29.8% were in foreign women. Mean age was 39.8 years (SD 12.8), 66% of the women to be less than 46 years old. Smear tests results: 66.8 were normal, in 28% we found an inflammatory pathology, in 4% we suspected non-inflammatory pathology and 1% had an erroneous technique. 30 cases (4%) presented abnormal epithelial cells, such as follows: ASC-US (atypical squamous cells with unknown significance) in 15 cases (50%); ASC-H (cannot exclude HSIL or high grade changes) in 2 cases (6.7%); LSIL (low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion) in 12 cases (40%) and HSIL (high grade squamous intraepithelial lesion) in 1 case (3.3%). Pathology was confirmed posteriorly in 28 cases (93.3%) and 2 women could not be localized. After confirmation: 10 (35.7%) were released home and 18 (64.3%) are still being on follow-up. Pathology was found in 16 cases (53.3%) in Spaniards and 14 (46.7%) in foreign women.
Conclusions: There were 12% of the women visited in our HCC who had a cervical screening test done. The majority of the cervical screening tests (2/3) was performed in young women (
Efficiency of the cervical cancer early detection protocol in a health care centre