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Community monthly report for march 2011

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  • Number of Admissions: 0
  • Blood pressure determination: 7 General Check-up: 1 Immunization Purposes: 3
  • Patients seen were hypertension stage I and stage II. Maintenance medications: Amlodipine 1 tab OD and Metoprolol 1 tab OD. Calmoseptine to be applied on affected area 2x a day after thorough washing

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  • 1. Community Monthly Report for March 2011 Crisbert Cualteros, M. D. PGI Mae Lyn B. Estrada PGI Intizar M. Padate
  • 2. Calendar of Activities for March
  • 3. Monthly Statistics
    • Number of Outpatients: 39
    • Health Check-up: 10
    • Number of Family Visits: 1
    • Number of Community Lectures: 4
  • 4. Morbidity
    • Leading Causes of Morbidity
    • Respiratory: 18
    • Parasitic: 4
    • Cardiovascular: 2
    • Dermatology:1
    • Gastrointestinal: 1
    • Infectious: 1
    • 7. Others:
      • Systemic Viral Infection:1
  • 5.
    • Patients for Health Check-up: 10
  • 6. Respiratory Disorders Disease # of cases Medications Given 1. Upper Respiratory Tract Infection 10 Salbutamol, Sodium Chloride nasal spray, Ambroxol HCl, Terbutaline sulfate 2. PCAP or CAP 6 Amoxicillin, Cefuroxime, Co-Amoxiclav, Doxofylline, Carbocisteine 3. Acute Tonsillopharyngitis 2 Co-Amoxiclav
  • 7. Parasitic Disorders Disease # of cases Medications Given 1. T/C Parasitic Infestation 3 Albendazole 1 tab single dose 2. Oral Moniliasis 1 Miconazole cream TID
  • 8. Respiratory Disorders Disease # of cases Medications Given 1. Upper Respiratory Tract Infection 10 Salbutamol, Sodium Chloride nasal spray, Ambroxol HCl, Terbutaline sulfate 2. PCAP or CAP 6 Amoxicillin, Cefuroxime, Co-Amoxiclav, Doxofylline, Carbocisteine 3. Acute Tonsillopharyngitis 2 Co-Amoxiclav
  • 9. Disease # of cases Medications Given Hypertension 2 Candesartan tab stat dose, continue maintenance medications Dermatology (Impetigo) 1 Zinc Oxide ointment Infectious (Bacterial Conjuctivitis) 1 Terramycin eye ointment TID Gastrointestinal (Ulcer-like Dyspepsia) 1 Ranitidine BID
  • 10. ACTIVITIES
  • 11. Orientation
    • Objectives:
    • To present proposed activities for March 2011 to the Barangay Captain and barangay health workers
  • 12. LECTURES
  • 13. FIRE PREVENTION
    • OBJECTIVES:
    • To provide information regarding prevalence and common causes of fire accidents in the Philippines
    • To provide information regarding fire prevention measures that can be done at home
    • To educate residents on safety measures that can be done during fire accidents
    • To educate residents on the use Fire Extinguisher
  • 14. SELF BREAST EXAMINATION
    • OBJECTIVES
    • To provide information regarding importance and indications of self breast examination
    • To teach residents of Upper Laguerta regarding methods of self breast examination
    • To provide basic information regarding breast cancer
  • 15. COLON CANCER
    • OBJECTIVES
    • To provide basic information regarding colon cancer
    • To educate residents on primary prevention measures for colon cancer
  • 16. RABIES AWARENESS
    • OBJECTIVES
      • To provide basic information regarding rabies as well as its mode of transmission
      • To educate residents on what to do for persons possibly exposed to rabies infection
      • To teach residents regarding pre-exposure and post-exposure prophylaxis available for possibly infected patients
  • 17. IMMUNIZATION DRIVE
  • 18. OBJECTIVES
    • To provide immunization among children in Brgy. Upper Laguerta
    • To educate mothers regarding the possible side effects related to immunization as well as its management
    • Persons Involved: Barangay Health Workers
      • Ivy Marie Bolongaita
      • Raymond Teleron
      • Anita Bonsacan
      • Jeoffrey Dueňas
      • Jennifer Arnaiz
  • 19. IMMUNIZATION GIVEN
    • DPT
    • Hepatitis B
    • OPV
  • 20. FEEDING PROGRAMS
  • 21. OBJECTIVES
    • OBJECTIVES:
    • To assess current nutritional status of monitored malnourished children in the community