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Statistical analysis of the health
profile Field Ganj Area- C
(Ludhiana,India)
July-August 2013
- Dr Jerin Kuruvilla
Mrs S...
BASELINE DATA

Data collected during October 2012 - December
2012 was taken as the baseline data
Baseline Data(Oct
‘12-Dec ‘12)

Mar ‘13-April ‘13

Population

4791

2004

Total Families

777

348

Eligible Couples

825...
Baseline: Family Planning
Sales

vasectomy
tubectomy
IUCD
Condoms
OCP
March-April 2013 FP
Sales

vasectomy
tubectomy
IUCD
condom
VITAL EVENTS
Baseline Data(Oct ‘12-Dec Mar ‘13-April ‘13
‘12)
Total Live Births

20

3

Still births

1

-

Twins

0/0

-
...
Child Immunization Services
CHILD IMMUNISATION SERVICES
0-12 months of age
Baseline Data(Oct
‘12-Dec ‘12)

Mar ‘13-April ‘13

BCG

69(100%)

41(100%)
...
CHILD IMMUNISATION SERVICES
12-24 months of age
Baseline Data(Oct
‘12-Dec ‘12)

Mar ‘13-April ‘13

BCG

60(100%)

31(100%)...
CHILD IMMUNISATION SERVICES
0-5 yrs of age
Baseline Data(Oct
‘12-Dec ‘12)

Mar ‘13-April ‘13

BCG

314(100%)

157(100%)

O...
Nutritional Status of children
<5years
0-12 months
Male

Female

Total

Total

15

26

41

Weighed

15

26

41

RTH

15

24

39

1st Deg.

-

2

2

2nd Deg.

-

...
1-2 years
Male

Female

Total

Total

15

16

31

Weighed

15

16

31

RTH

10

12

22

1st Deg.

2

3

5

2nd Deg.

1

-
...
3-5 years
Male

Female

Total

Total

41

44

85

Weighed

37

41

78

RTH

28

20

48

1st Deg.

8

15

23

2nd Deg.

-

...
3rd Degree Malnourished Children
Sr No

Name

House No

Age/Sex

Birth Order

Immunization Weight
Status
(Kg)

1.

Vanshik...
MATERNAL SERVICES
Old Antenatal mothers (a) 14
New antenatal mothers (b) 9

In coming mothers

(c ) 0

Deliveries and abor...
Baseline(Oct ‘12-Dec
‘12)

Total Deliveries
Protected with Tetanus Toxoid
Primigravidae
Multigravidae
Live Births
Twins
St...
Due to deliver in next 3 months
S No Name

House No

Age

Gravid TT
High Risk
a
protectio factor if any
Parity n

EDD

Anu...
Due to deliver in next 3 months
S No Name

House No

Age

Gravid TT
High Risk
a
protectio factor if any
Parity n

EDD

Tan...
Tuberculosis!!
TB STATUS DURING THE POSTING
• Number of patients continuing from previous quarter- 14
• Number of patients newly diagnose...
Total patients currently on treatment-14
House
No.

Name

Age
Sex

DOTS
Provider

Category

Started on

Site

HIV
Screenin...
House
No.

Name

Age
Sex

DOTS
Provider

Category

Started on

Site

HIV
Screenin
g done

564

Mohind
er

42/
M

FG

II

2...
House
No.

Name

Age
Sex

DOTS
Provider

Category

Started on

Site

HIV
Screenin
g done

589

Rekha

20/
F

FG

II

4 2/1...
Tb plaguing our Youth
Morbidity profile of the commmunity
DIAGNOSIS
OPD
Acute upper respiratory infection
Anemia
Asthma
Bitten or struck by dog
...
Pain in joint

3

2

Pica

8

6

20

33

Urinary calculus

1

1

Urinary tract infection

3

1

84

101

Type 2 diabetes m...
DEATHS IN THE COMMUNITY
H.No:

Name

Age/Sex

Cause of
death

Pre-existing Date of
morbidities death

Place of
death

203
...
COMMONEST MORBIDITY IN THE COMMUNITYDIABETES MELLITUS
• Considered as heterogeneous group of diseases
characterized by chr...
• Awareness regarding chronicity of the disease was provided
• Need for regular sugar checks, follow up, regular medicatio...
ACHIEVEMENTS DURING THE POSTING
• House visiting, communication skills
• Wound debridement, dressings
• I/M injections
• J...
Thank You!!
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Statistical analysis of the health profile of Field ganj (Area C),Ludhiana ,India

  1. 1. Statistical analysis of the health profile Field Ganj Area- C (Ludhiana,India) July-August 2013 - Dr Jerin Kuruvilla Mrs Sosan Masih
  2. 2. BASELINE DATA Data collected during October 2012 - December 2012 was taken as the baseline data
  3. 3. Baseline Data(Oct ‘12-Dec ‘12) Mar ‘13-April ‘13 Population 4791 2004 Total Families 777 348 Eligible Couples 825 327 % Eligible Couples 17.2% 16.3% • Vasectomy 2 2 • Tubectomy 290 116 • IUCD 12 1 • Condoms 226 114 • OCPs 9 - Total coverage 65.3% 71.25% Effective coverage 51.5% 53.8%
  4. 4. Baseline: Family Planning Sales vasectomy tubectomy IUCD Condoms OCP
  5. 5. March-April 2013 FP Sales vasectomy tubectomy IUCD condom
  6. 6. VITAL EVENTS Baseline Data(Oct ‘12-Dec Mar ‘13-April ‘13 ‘12) Total Live Births 20 3 Still births 1 - Twins 0/0 - Abortions 1 1 Deaths 1 3 Neonatal Deaths 0 1 Infant deaths 1-5 year deaths 1 0 - Maternal deaths 0 - Birth Rate Total Deaths Death Rate 5
  7. 7. Child Immunization Services
  8. 8. CHILD IMMUNISATION SERVICES 0-12 months of age Baseline Data(Oct ‘12-Dec ‘12) Mar ‘13-April ‘13 BCG 69(100%) 41(100%) OPV 39(56.5%) 23(56.1%) DPT3 39(56.5%) 23(56.1%) Measles 18(26%) 11(26.82%) Hepatitis B 23(56.1%) Hib 9(22%) Total Children 69 41
  9. 9. CHILD IMMUNISATION SERVICES 12-24 months of age Baseline Data(Oct ‘12-Dec ‘12) Mar ‘13-April ‘13 BCG 60(100%) 31(100%) OPV 60(100%) 31(100%) DPT3 60(100%) 31(100%) Measles 60(100%) 31(100%) DPT(B) 60(100%) 31(100%) Hepatitis B 29(93.55%) Hib 17(54.84%) Total Children 60 31
  10. 10. CHILD IMMUNISATION SERVICES 0-5 yrs of age Baseline Data(Oct ‘12-Dec ‘12) Mar ‘13-April ‘13 BCG 314(100%) 157(100%) OPV 284(90.4%) 139(88.5%) DPT 3 284(90.4%) 139(88.5%) DPT (B) Measles 85(54.14%) 262(83.4%) 123(78.34%) HiB 43(27.39%) Hep B 134(85.35%) Total Children 314 157
  11. 11. Nutritional Status of children <5years
  12. 12. 0-12 months Male Female Total Total 15 26 41 Weighed 15 26 41 RTH 15 24 39 1st Deg. - 2 2 2nd Deg. - - - 3rd Deg. - - -
  13. 13. 1-2 years Male Female Total Total 15 16 31 Weighed 15 16 31 RTH 10 12 22 1st Deg. 2 3 5 2nd Deg. 1 - 1 3rd Deg. 1 1 2
  14. 14. 3-5 years Male Female Total Total 41 44 85 Weighed 37 41 78 RTH 28 20 48 1st Deg. 8 15 23 2nd Deg. - 3 3 3rd Deg. 1 3 4
  15. 15. 3rd Degree Malnourished Children Sr No Name House No Age/Sex Birth Order Immunization Weight Status (Kg) 1. Vanshika 600 4/M 2 Complete-HiB 10 2. Jatin 303 1.5/M 1 Complete-HiB 6.750 3. Bhawana 141 3/F 1 Complete-HiB 9 4. Vanshika 165 2/F 2 Complete-HiB 7.8 5. Raghav 192 3/M 3 Complete-HiB 9 6. Khushi 366 2.5/F 1 Complete-HiB 9
  16. 16. MATERNAL SERVICES Old Antenatal mothers (a) 14 New antenatal mothers (b) 9 In coming mothers (c ) 0 Deliveries and abortions(d) 3 & 1 Out going mothers (e) Total (a+b+c)- (d+e) 19
  17. 17. Baseline(Oct ‘12-Dec ‘12) Total Deliveries Protected with Tetanus Toxoid Primigravidae Multigravidae Live Births Twins Still births Abortions Male Female Hospital Deliveries Home Deliveries TBA/ Dai Nurse Doctor Relative/others Total 21 21 20 0/0 1 1 21 Current Status(Mar ‘13Apr ‘13) 3 3 0 3 3 0/0 1 1 2 1 2 3
  18. 18. Due to deliver in next 3 months S No Name House No Age Gravid TT High Risk a protectio factor if any Parity n EDD Anu 440 23 P0+1 ++ - 17 5/13 Neetu 246 22 Primi ++ - June Neetu 572 20 P0+1 ++ - June Rajni 590 20 P1+0 ++ - June 1. 2. 3. 4.
  19. 19. Due to deliver in next 3 months S No Name House No Age Gravid TT High Risk a protectio factor if any Parity n EDD Tanu 240 23 Primi ++ - July Rosy 507 25 P1+0 ++ - July Rajni 588 21 P1+0 ++ - July Suman 602 20 P1+0 ++ - July Tara Devi 328 33 P3+1 ++ Anemic July 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  20. 20. Tuberculosis!!
  21. 21. TB STATUS DURING THE POSTING • Number of patients continuing from previous quarter- 14 • Number of patients newly diagnosed put on treatmentDOTS- 3 Non-DOTS- 0 • • • • • Defaulters- 0 Relapse- 0 Treatment completed- 3 Transfer out- 0 Deaths- 0
  22. 22. Total patients currently on treatment-14 House No. Name Age Sex DOTS Provider Category Started on Site HIV Screenin g done 573 Mohit 34/ M FG I 27 7/12 Lung Yes 639 Deepika 24/ F FG II 4 8/12 Ext-Pul Yes 482 Tania 18/F FG I 3 10/12 Lung Yes 601 Sanjana 14/ F II 2 11/12 Ext-Pul Yes FG Contact Screenin g done
  23. 23. House No. Name Age Sex DOTS Provider Category Started on Site HIV Screenin g done 564 Mohind er 42/ M FG II 21 11/12 Lung Yes 716 Sarabjy ot 19/ F FG I 3 12/12 Lung Yes 621 Shiv 20/ M FG I 6 12/12 Lung yes 595 Jassi 20/ F FG I 9 1/13 Ext-Pul Yes 564 Rocky 20/ M FG II 25 2/13 Lung +ve Contact Screenin g done
  24. 24. House No. Name Age Sex DOTS Provider Category Started on Site HIV Screenin g done 589 Rekha 20/ F FG II 4 2/13 Lung yes 564 Deepak 23/ M FG II 12 1/13 lung yes 564/3 Poonam 14/ F FG I 11 3/13 lung Yes Yes 583 Sandee p FG I 4 3/13 Lung yes Yes 401 Santosh 46/ F Dr Narinder I 22 4/13 lung yes yes 18/ M Contact Screenin g done
  25. 25. Tb plaguing our Youth
  26. 26. Morbidity profile of the commmunity DIAGNOSIS OPD Acute upper respiratory infection Anemia Asthma Bitten or struck by dog Candidiasis of vulva and vagina Cough Depressive episode Dermatitis Diarrhea and gastroenteritis Essential (primary) hypertension Fever unspecified Gastroesophageal reflux disease Giardiasis [lambliasis] Gout HOUSE VISIT 1 3 3 1 3 1 2 6 20 10 4 2 5 2 1 3 27 8 2 1 2
  27. 27. Pain in joint 3 2 Pica 8 6 20 33 Urinary calculus 1 1 Urinary tract infection 3 1 84 101 Type 2 diabetes mellitus TOTAL
  28. 28. DEATHS IN THE COMMUNITY H.No: Name Age/Sex Cause of death Pre-existing Date of morbidities death Place of death 203 B/o Kavita 4d/ M Fetal distress? - 26 3/13 Hosp 371 Rakha Ram 99/ M Shock/ Dyselectrol ytemia - 1 3/13 Home 642 Pritpal 75/M Pneumonia DM, Htn 15 3/13 Hosp
  29. 29. COMMONEST MORBIDITY IN THE COMMUNITYDIABETES MELLITUS • Considered as heterogeneous group of diseases characterized by chronic hyperglycemia • Sugar cut-offs for FBS- 126 mg/dl, and for PPBS 200mg/dl, or RBS > 200 in presence of symptoms of diabetes.
  30. 30. • Awareness regarding chronicity of the disease was provided • Need for regular sugar checks, follow up, regular medication was emphasized • Stress was given on dose adjustment of various oral agents • Knowledge regarding long term sequelae such as neuropathy, retinopathy, effects on cardiovascular system was provided • Importance of foot care, prevention of injuries to extremities and eye check ups were explained • Advice regarding diet control, high fiber diet was given
  31. 31. ACHIEVEMENTS DURING THE POSTING • House visiting, communication skills • Wound debridement, dressings • I/M injections • Journal presentation-Long term calcium intake and rates of all cause and cardiovascular mortality: community based prospective longitudinal cohort study • Topic presentation- Gluten Sensitive Enteropathy Epidemiology and scope • Participated in the Pulse polio program • Pharmacy management • Cash management
  32. 32. Thank You!!

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