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SIHFW has taken new initiative to provide training to cure clubfoot.

SIHFW has taken new initiative to provide training to cure clubfoot.

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  • New Initiative by: SIHFW, Panchkula Haryana Curing Clubfoot
  • Curing Clubfoot a new initiative…  This is a new initiative taken by SIHFW in coloration with NRHM and Health Department, Haryana.  Dr. N.K. Arora DGHS, Haryana, is personally taking interest in this initiative.  SIHFW, had conducted two seminar on Curing Clubfoot for the orthopaedic surgeons of the State as well as of UT, Chandigarh to orient them about Clubfoot. Following is the detail about the trained/orient personal so far: -Sr. No. Designation No. of trained personal 1. Orthopaedic Surgeons 42 of the State. (which is 96% of the total) 2. Dy. Civil Surgeon (IBSY 15
  • Establishing Curing Clubfoot Cell at GH-6, Panchkula  A detailed project on Curing Clubfoot was send to GoI, for establishing a Curing Clubfoot Cell at GH-6, Panchkula, which has been approved in the RoPs 2013-14.  Under this project, a special cell will be created under which dedicated manpower will be recruited.  The same will be fully functional in the 2nd quarter of FY13-14.
  • Status about CTEV cases in Haryana…  It is estimated that in Haryana, around 49 thousand live birth conducted every month. (Data taken from Child Health Division, O/o NRHM)  According to this, around 98 CTEV Cases should be registered every month. (Appx.1 cases every 500 live birth)  As per the report taken from the orthopaedic surgeons, who have attended the 1st seminar, 46 cases registered in the month of May’13 and in the month of June’13 34 cases were registered.
  • District wise expected live birth in a month & case registered so far… Sr. No. Name of district Expected live births in a month Expected no. of CTEV cases in a month No. Cases report to SIHFW in a month Ga p 1. Ambala 1917 4 2 (both by Dr. Vikas Paul) -2 2. Bhiwani 2729 5 Nil reported -5 3. Faridabad 3733 7 Nil (none of the orthopaedoc surgeon have attended the 1st seminar -7 4. Fatehabad 2021 4 No orthopaedic surgeons in the district -4 5. Gurgaon 2983 6 8 cases (4 by Dr. Pankaj and 4 by Dr. Arvind Jindal) +2
  • Sr. No. Name of district Expected live births in a month Expected no. of CTEV cases in a month No. Cases report to SIHFW in a month Ga p 8. Jind 2304 5 Nil reported -5 9. Kaithal 2108 4 Nil reported -4 10. Karnal 2808 6 Nil reported -6 11. Kurukshetr a 1938 4 2 reported by Dr. Arya, who have not attended the first seminar, but reported regularly -2 12. Mewat 3150 6 Nil reported -6 13. Narnaul 1489 3 4 cases were treated by Dr. Pankaj, when he was posted there +1 14. Palwal 2633 5 Nil reported -5
  • Sr. No. Name of district Expected live births in a month Expected no. of CTEV cases in a month No. Cases report to SIHFW Ga p 16. Panipat 2404 5 Nil (none of the orthopaedoc surgeon have attended the 1st seminar -5 17. Rewari 1700 3 4 cases +1 18. Rohtak 2315 5 Nil reported -5 19. Sirsa 2298 5 Nil reported -5 20. Sonipat 2575 5 Nil reported -5 21. Yamunana gar 2029 4 2 cases reported -2
  • EXPECTIONS: -  Our only concern is that all the CTEV cases should be registered or treated and report of them should be submitted to SIHFW (principalsihfw@gmail.com) on monthly basis in the prescribed format. OBSERVATIONS AFTER TWO SEMINARS: -  All the orthopaedic surgeons, are not reporting the CTEV cases.  It is also to mention that in district Fatehabad, Panipat and Palwal no orthopaedic surgeon have been placed, so the CTEV cases of these three districts will report in the neighboring districts, and there no. of CTEV cases will increase.
  • Format for reporting… Da te No. of Case s Address & Phone No. Age at which patient reporte d (DOB) Case referred or from which facility Severity Unique Identification No. & Action Taken Remarks 12th July 13 1 Complete Address 0184-3432532 5 years 13-8-08 GH Sirsa Facility Name/OPD No./Date of visit GH SRS/12096/120713 Called after one month 2 Complete Address 3 years 2-07-10 GH Hisar 3 Complete Address 9 years 4-6-4 GH Fatehabad All the orthopaedic surgeons are requested to report CTEV cases in the above mentioned table on monthly basis through e-mail only to principalsihfw@gmail.com. For e-mail they can contact their Dy. CS (IBSY/SHP) or Dy.CS, Training. Name of orthopaedic Surgeon: Dr ABC District : Sirsa Report for the month of June’13
  • Format for follow up visits… Date No. of Cases Unique Identification No. & Action Taken Follow Up visits during the month Action Taken Remar ks visit/Date visit/Date visit/Date visit/Date visit/Date 13th Aurugst’13 1 GH SRS/12096/1207 13 1st visit 2 2nd visit 3 3rd visit
  • Problems mentioned by Orthopaedic Surgeons, who have attended the seminar…  Many of them have still not received the TA/DA for attending the seminar on 17th March’13 (Dr. Pankaj Aggarwal, Narnaul, now transferred to Gurgaon).  Some of them are facing problems in sending the report through e-mail, as all of them are not computer friendly and they need technical help. Dy.CS(CB&T) or Dy. CS (IBSY/SHP) can provide them such help for this.
  • Lets joint our efforts and try to bring smile to those children's and their parents, who are suffering from clubfoot………. Our small effort can change their life for ever