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Abstract

A PROSPECTIVE STUDY ON PREVALENCE OF NON COMMUNICABLE DISEASES IN AN URBAN AREA

Dr. G. Narasimha Rao*, Sandhya Cheriapally, DIivya Ramulakollu, Yogesh Bandameedhi and Lokesh Panikera

ABSTRACT

Introduction: To provide evidence for effective NCD intervention planning, we conducted a prospective observational survey among mega camp in Suryapet to investigate the burden and determinants for high NCDs prevalence and NCD. Multi-morbidities and assess the access to NCD care. Method: It is a prospective observational study. Data was also collected on prevalence of NCDs. the survey is repeated annually for updating of the database. The finding of the first survey are presented in this study, if any chronic disease other than these NCDs was present, it was reported as well. The data was collected in mega Camp. 992 people involve this study among 626 male, 364 female. Results: It was seen that most of the problem were reported from orthopedic related problems (502 patient 50%) and followed by others problems like urology (3 patients 0.03%), pulmonary (7 patients 0.7%), Pediatric(11 patients 1.1%),ophthalmology (132 patient 13%), oncology (2 patient 0.2%), nephrology (7 patients 0.7%), general surgery (15 patients 1.5%), gynaecology (30 patients 3.0%), general medicine (244 patients 24%), ENT (1 patient 0.1 %), dermatology (40 patients 4.0%). Conclusion: The prevalence of orthopedic related problems was 50% among the study population which was definitely higher Considering poor dietary quality.

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