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Health analysis


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Health analysis

  1. 1. Health Analysis and COMMUNITY HEALTH
  2. 2. HEALTH Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or health is a positive concept emphasizing social and personal resources, as well as physical capacities (WHO)
  3. 3. HEALTH Physical Mental Social (environmental) Spiritual Emotional• occupational
  4. 4. Health ability to have either physical, social, mental, emotional, spiritual, environmental, or occupational
  5. 5. Health Continuumgood poor
  6. 6. WELLNESSIt is a state of complete spiritual , physical, mental, emotional, and, social attributes (environmental and occupational are included)
  7. 7. Wellness Wheel (Dr. Bill Hettler)
  8. 8. Wellness and Health wellness HEALTH
  9. 9. Health Screening: Objectives check the health status of the students counsel students, parents, and persons involved correct defects help prevent and control diseases provide emergency care and first aid for the sick and injured
  10. 10. Health Screening: Objectives identify nutritional problems of the students help students achieve optimum growth help parents understand the health status of the students
  11. 11. Health ScreeningHealth Screening• Examination• Screening for vision and hearing• Teacher’s observation• health Records or history
  12. 12. EXAMINATIONA. Health Examinations- Appearance- Height and weight- Head, neck, nose, throat- vision and hearing- Skin- Posture
  13. 13. EXAMINATIONB. Psychological Examination- IQ and EQ testsC. Dental Examination
  14. 14. Screening for Vision and HearingVISION- Color acuity- Snellen eye chartHearing- Audiometer- wrist watch
  15. 15. Snellen Eye Chart
  16. 16. Environmental NoiseWeakest sound heard 0dBWhisper Quiet Library 30dBNormal conversation (3-5) 60-70dBTelephone dial tone 80dBCity Traffic (inside car) 85dBTrain whistle at 500, Truck Traffic 90dBSubway train at 20095dBLevel at which sustained exposure may result in hearing loss90 - 95dB,
  17. 17. Power mower at 3‘ 107dBSnowmobile, Motorcycle 100dBPower saw at 3‘ 110dBSandblasting Loud Rock Concert115dBPain begins 125dBPneumatic riveter at 4‘ 125dB
  18. 18. Even short term exposure can cause permanent damage - Loudest recommended exposure WITH hearing protection 140dBJet engine at 100,Gun Blast 140dBDeath of hearing tissue 180dBLoudest sound possible 194dB
  19. 19. NOISE EXPOSUREHours per day8- 90 dB 1.5- 102 dB6- 92 dB 1.0- 105 dB4- 95 dB .5- 110 dB3- 97 dB .25- 115 dB2- 100 dB
  20. 20. Normal piano practice60 -70dBFortissimo Singer, 370dBChamber music, small auditorium75 - 85dBPiano Fortissimo84 - 103dBViolin82 - 92dBCello85 -111dBOboe95-112dBFlute 92 -103dBPiccolo90 -106dB
  21. 21. Clarinet85 - 114dBFrench horn90 - 106dBTrombone85 - 114dBTympani & bass drum106dBWalkman on 5/1094dBSymphonic music peak120 - 137dBAmplifier rock, 4-6120dBRock music peak150dB
  22. 22. Teachers’ Observation teachers play an important role whenever the doctors and nurses are not around teacher’s should observe the student’s general behavior and appearance
  23. 23. Health Records health history teacher’s/doctors’/nurses’ observation accidents and illnesses allergies