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EVENTS & RURAL CAMPS

Dr Y V Rao Usha Cardiac Centre's health care service to the Rural and Remote service when compared to the Urban People will have high inddence of illness and diseases and short span of life, due to undetected and lack of medical facilities in the rural areas.

There are 700 million people in 630,000 Indian villages i.e.60% of the population lives in rural villages. About 60% of rural Indians do not have access to the critical care medicine. 31% of the rural population travel more than 30 km to seek the health care. At present according to Indian National Health Care data there is shortage of 5000 primary health centers and 2000 community health centers.

And there was a nationwide shortage of 0.4 million doctors and 0.8 million nurses, that is the reason why the majority of Indian patients select for the private medical care and 70% of the medical bills will be paid from their end causing a debt burden on the rural population. Further, most of the rural population do not go for the Government Managed Primary Health Centers because of the poor infrastructure, non availability of doctors, technidans, medicines and also the mismatch of availability of service.

About 10% of the primary health centers do not have doctors and 40% of PHC do not have lab technicians and 20% of them do not have pharmacists.

And most of the patients die because of simple infections like diarrhea, malaria, typhoid, tuberculosis etc. which are totally curable when timely medical facilities are made available.

Because of lack of timely medical facilities even at present India's infant and maternal mortality rates are very high which are 7 times higher than USA and 3 times higher than China which is highly disgraceful in the eyes of the world.

There are 2 million Heart patients, 2.5 million Cancer patients and 12 million blind people because of Cataract who are waiting for surgery at any given time, but only 5% of these patients per year undergo surgery because of shortage of hospital and professionals.

There are 65 million cases of undetected diabetic patients who are present in the Indian society. They are not detected because of inadequate medical facilities in the remote places.

Keeping the challenges and problems of the rural and remote population Dr. Y V Rao has undertaken huge mammoth free mobile health camps in the villages to improve the health indices like infant and maternal mortality, other mortality rates and studying the health behavior of the community like tobacco consumption, illicit drug use, nutrition condition of the people. It also studies the prevalence of high BP, and struggling high cholesterol. The camp also concentrated on disability, reduced physical activity life expectancy, and detected diabetic and cancer patients. These camps also concentrated on provocation of sanitation, garbage disposal, importance of safe drinking water, prevention of open defecation, prevention of alcohol consumption and also about the early notification to the doctors about symptoms of diseases.

The Scientific Statistics of data of mobile free health camps done by Usha Cardiac Centre Limited during the years 2007 to 2014 are given below. All the schedule of the camps have been duly recorded and acknowledged by the Village head and documents are available for all the 6000 villages for review.

6000 villages covered Each village population average is 2000 6000 X 2000 = 1,20,00,000 ( 12 Million)

Over 12 million people of the age 7- 8 years informed well before the day of the medical camp with the help of the village head with communication system aids like mike, sound system, trumpet and pamphlets etc.,

About 200 patients used to attend each village camp.

Total people scr eened = 200 X 6000 = 1.2 million population.

Own financial sources No help from anybody Spent 3 Million GBP self finance for rural health care services to uplift the health of the remote and rural population.

1.2 million population were screened using the latest medical technology like ECG electronic machines, Portable Ultrasound Abdomen and Portable Echo Cardiography and Glucometer, BP apparatus, Thermometer, Weighing machine, all kinds of mobile medical instruments have been used to detect the most of the diseases in these rural populated areas. After testing 90% of the patients with minor diseases they were given medicines and disposed off. Remaining 10% i.e. 0.1 million, about 200 patients per day were brought to our hospital at Vijayawada with our own transport expenses and these patients who carry a disease are properly investigated. Investigations like 12 lead ECG, ECHO, U/S Abd. Complete blood tests were done.

Of these 200 patients about 20 of them daily used to undergo angiographies. Investigations were undertaken at free cost and also free food was provided. Of this 0.1 million who were brought to the hospital at Vijayawada and after undergoing for the detailed investigation it was revealed that more than 13000 patients required bypass surgery or balloon angioplasty and all of them have undergone surgery with a heavy subsidized cost with a high success rate. Most of them are leading a healthy life and once again became the bread earners for the family.

Organization set up for the Rural Camps: We have established 4 teams for the rural camps to cover 12 million population. Each team consists of 1 Senior Doctor, 3 Nurses, 2 Technicians, 2 Helpers, 1 Van with Driver. Total of 9 people were present in each team.

Each team has covered 25 villages per month. Total Monthly Camps 25 Villages X 4 Teams = 100 Villages per month and 1000 village camps per year

For 6 years = 6000 Village camps were covered. For all the 6000 villages full documentary evidences are available. Of this population more than 13000 patients had undergone surgery with a heavy subsidized cost.