## MATHEMATICAL MODEL ON GONORRHOEA TRANSMISSION

Title Page
Certification
Dedication
Acknowledgment
Abstract

CHAPTER ONE
1.0       Introduction
1.1       Aims and objective of Study
1.2       Scope of Study
1.3       Limitations of Study
1.4       Motivation of Study
1.5       Present Study

CHAPTER TWO
Literature Review

CHAPTER THREE
3.1       What is Gonorrhoea?
3.2       Classification of Neisseria
3.3       Mode of Transmission
3.4       Symptoms of Gonorhoea in Men
3.5       Symptoms of Genorrhoea in Women
3.6       Complications of Gonorrhoea
3.7       Treatments/Controls of Gonorrhoea

CHAPTER FOUR
4.1       Notations and Assumption of the Model
4.2       The Flow Diagram
4.3       The Model for Gonorrhoea Transmission
4.4       The Control Flow Diagram
4.5       The Model for Control Transmission
4.6       Equilibrium Analysis
4.7       Disease Free Equilibrium
4.8       Endemic Equilibrium
4.9       Basic Reproductive Number (Ro)
4.10 Stability Analysis
4.11 conditions Necessary for Stable or Unstable System
4.12 Graph

CHAPTER FIVE
5.1       Discussion
5.2       Summary / Conclusion
5.3       Recommendation
REFERENCES

ABSTRACT
This project presents mathematical modeling on gonorrhoea transmission. It covers the mode of transmission, causes, symptoms, complication and treatments/ controls of Neisseria Gonorrhoeae. It also includes the schematic diagram that described the transmission dynamics of the disease and the model. Finally, mathematical analysis such as equilibrium, stability and graphs were included.

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
Many people are in chaos about the negative influence of Gonorrhea disease. It has rendered a lot of men and women infertile in protracted case and complications.

Gonorrhea is a sexual transmitted disease caused by pathogen neisseria gonorrhoeae. The bacteria can live inside the cells of the cervix (entrance to the uterus), the urethra (tube where urine comes out), the rectum, the throat and occasionally the eyes. The bacteria are found mainly in the semen and vaginal fluids of women who have the infection.

Gonorrhea is mainly passed from one person to another through sexual contact. Anyone who is sexually active can get it and pass it on. You don’t need to have lots of sexual partners.

Gonococcus infection does not seem to confer immunity more precisely none of the immunologic defense mechanism has been shown to consistently prevent re-infection. This may be due the great advancement of gonococcus surface antigens in order for an individual to become infected; gonococci must attach themselves to mucosal surface so that they will not be washed away by urine and mucosal flows. The gonococci have hair – like appendages called Pili which enhance their attachment lymphote activation....

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