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Health Camp

  1. 1. HEALTH CAMP AT VILLAGE HELMATPORA BY ALTAF HUSSAIN EX TECHNO-MANAGERIAL CONSULTANT WHO & UNICEF
  2. 2. HEALTH CAMP• Background• Village Helmatpora falls under the health zone of Ashtangoo• Non-motorable road of about 1.3 km’s• Ninety five percent (95%) population comprises of Gujjer Community• 50% of population move to higher peaks of Nagmarg and Kemsar during summer• Eighty (80) houses scattered over an area of about 1.5 km’s with a population of around 450.• health facility (sub centre Binlipora) is 1.5 km’s away from the centre of village• No ICDS centre however one Government primary school.• Road to most of the village is of one man walking space• Overcrowding and close proximity with cattle favours spread of communicable disease notably RTI / skin diseases and Diarrhoea
  3. 3. HEALTH CAMP• Camp in- charge: Dr Altaf Hussain Banday.• Camp site: Government primary school Helmatpora.• Villages covered: Village Helmatpora and Doli-Mohalla (Total households=100, Total pop=520)• Pre-camp activity (25th to 29th june-2011)• Medicines lifted from CMO office Srinagar, directions of worthy Director Health Services Kashmir on 25th of June-2011• On 26th of June-2011 the matter discussed with BMO/CMO Bandipora. BMO/CMO extended his full support.• Health camp was scheduled on 30th of June-2011• Official correspondence carried out on 28th of June-2011.• 28th of June-2011 team for Health camp was framed and shared with BMO/CMO Bandipora and all team members.• Date and time communicated to ASHA and community members.
  4. 4. HEALTH CAMP PRECAMP ACTIVITY CONTD---S/N NAME OF THE OFFICIAL DESIGNATION Serial no: 1 was1 Dr S PARVEEZ PHYCIAN SPECIALIST supposed to be on night duty on 30th2 Dr NASEEMA OBS & GYNE SPECIALIST of June-2011; Dr Firdous was called3 Dr MS BABA DENTAL SURGEON upon as his replacement.4 MEHMOODA CHO5 Miss FAREEDA YOSUF Jr STAFF NURSE Serial no: 2 was on night off on 30th6 Mr NAZIR AHMAD PHARMACIST June-2011: Dr Nusrat was called7 RYHANA FMPHW upon as her8 Mr ALTAF HUSSAIN MMPHW replacement.9 BILQUIS JAN FMPHW Reminder was given to all team10 Mr MD SHABAN AMBULANCE DRIVER members on11 Mr GH NABI S/W telephone on 29th of June-2011.
  5. 5. HEALTH TEAM FOR THE CAMP
  6. 6. CAMP ACTIVITY• Site of Health camp: Government Primary School Helmatpora.• Health camp activities carried out on a Gazetted Holiday announced by GOVT.• BMO/CMO Bandipora arranged an ambulance for vaccine/other logistics and personnel to the nearest point of health camp site.• Most of the employees reached NTPHC Hospital of their own. Medicines and other items were carried to the site on load sharing basis especially by S/W and NO with help of other members of the team.• Team reached the site at 10:30 am; Camp activity started at 11:00 am.• Team was briefed on the camp activities and responsibilities were fixed.• Health Camp activities were carried out in the following sections.• -MEDICAL OPD• -OBS & GYNE• -DENTAL OPD• -IMMUNIZATION SITE• -PHARMACY AND DRUG DISPENSING• -HEALTH AWARENESS/EDUCATION
  7. 7. CAMP IN PROGRESS
  8. 8. DISPENSING MEDICINES/PHARMACY SECTION
  9. 9. CHICKEN POX CASE
  10. 10. CHICKEN POX CASES
  11. 11. IMMUNIZATION SITE
  12. 12. HEALTH AWARENESS CAMP SITE (CHO)
  13. 13. WORK DONE• WORK DONE• -MEDICAL OPD 197 PATIENTS• -OBS & GYNE 37 PATIENTS• -DENTAL OPD 22 PATIENTS• -IMMUNIZATION SITE•• OPV DPT MEASLES DPT B OPV MEASLES B TT• 1 1 0 22(5-6 YRS) 8 10 15 OPV & DPT (PRIMARY DOSES OPV-3 & DPT-3) MEASLES BOOSTER (16-24 M) TT (10 AND 15 YRS) OPV -B & DPT -B (8 DOSES EACH UP TO 5 YRS) (AND REST DPT (14 DOSES) 5-6 YRS)
  14. 14. WORK DONE CONTD---• -PHARMACY AND DRUG DISPENSING MAJORITY THE RECEIVED THE AVAILIABLE MEDICINES• -HEALTH AWARENESS/EDUCATION 1.DIARRHOEA HOME BASED (BY CHO; MEHMOODA JI) REMEDY AND ROLE OF ORS. 2. IMMUNIZATION AND DISEASES PREVENTED BY IT. 3. JSY BENEFITS UNDER NRHM. 4. PERSONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HYGIENE.
  15. 15. OTHER ACTIVITIES• OTHER ACTIVITIES1. ONE FAMILY WITH CHICKEN POX CASESa. IMPORTANCE ON ISOLATION OF CASES EXPLAINED TO THIS FAMILY.b. MODIFIED QURANTINE OF OTHER CHILDREN OF THIS FAMILY (EXPOSED TO CASES) (REFRAIN FROM SCHOOL FOR SIX DAYS).c. SYMPTOMATIC TREATMENT TO CASES OF THIS FAMILY.d. EDUCATED THIS FAMILY ON IMPROVING PERSONAL HYGIENE.e. ACTIVE CASE SEARCH DONE IN COMMUNITY: NO OTHER CASES FOUND.2.ACTIVE CASE SEARCH IN SCHOOL THE NEXT DAY (AS THE CASES WERE SCHOOL GOING CHILDREN).
  16. 16. LIST OF REFERRALS• LIST OF REFERRALS WAS MADE AND WILL BE FOLLOWED UP.• -PATIENTS WITH DIMINISHED VISION 04• -DENTAL PATIENTS WHO NEED RESTORATION/EXTRACTIONS. 04• -ONE DEFAULTER OF PEAD TB.• LUNCH AND TEA• TEA WAS SERVED TO TEAM MEMBERS AT 12:30 PM• LUNCH WAS SERVED TO TEAM MEMBERS AT 2:30PM
  17. 17. CAMP GOT CLOSED• The camp got closed at 4:15 pm. All the instruments, remaining medicine were packed and carried back to NTPHC Ashtangoo.• Debriefing was done at NTPHC Ashtangoo. All the members of the team were thanked; both positives points as well as weaknesses’ regarding camp activities were analyzed and shared with the team.• Feedback regarding camp activity was given to BMO/CMO Bandipora at 5:10 pm.
  18. 18. HEALTH CAMPPOST CAMP ACTIVITY (2nd of July-2011)• Data was analyzed and report prepared for distribution and information. FOLLOW UP• The referrals will be followed up in due time and report will be submitted

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