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42 PHCs i.e. one third of the PHCs lack anti snake venom.

Services provided by the PHCs

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Three fourth of the PHCs do not have facility for internal examination required for gynaecological conditions.

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Facility for MTP is available in less than 20 % PHCs.

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Only 60 % of the PHCs were managing low birth weight babies and were equipped to manage pneumonia in children.

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Similarly 40 % of the PHCs were not equipped to manage the cases of dehydration due to diarrhea

Laboratory services

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40 % of the PHCs were not providing the simplest service of hemoglobin estimation.

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45 % of the PHCs were not equipped to do the Sputum examination for diagnosis of TB.

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Simple tests like urine test to detect the percentage of Albumin in case of pregnant women was not done in 30 % of the PHCs.  

Key findings of Analysis of data concerning rural hospitals

The post of medical Superintendent is vacant in 6 RHs. Only 4 RHs have pediatricians in service. The post of anaesthetist is filled only in 6 RH.

Female doctors are appointed only in 6 RH

The post of X ray technician is vacant in 9 RHs out of 19. Similarly the laboratory technician is not appointed in 5 RH.

Status of availability of health services

Report: Two-day state level workshop on ‘Right to Food’

17 – 18 September 2005, Nagpur.

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