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FEVER

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13141 13131
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20505
19901 19998
18161
15084
14867
12135
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2014
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54
37
30
130
222
315
443
224
179
85
68
42
27
8 9
18
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
DENGUE FEVER 2009-2013
2013 2014
DENGUE HOTSPOTS
DENGUE SPOT MAP 2014
1.Elapully
2.Palakkad Municipality
3.Pudusserry
4.Kumarampethur
5.Thenkurissi
6.Sholayur
7.Kottappuram
DEATH-1
SHOLAYUR
SHOLAYUR
ELAPULLY
PUDUSSERRY
Thenkurissi
CHICKENPOX
17 44 56 19
1
2
2
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
DEATH
CHICKEN POX
LEPTOSPIROSIS
8
3
5
9
7 7
8
7
6
4
13
9
11
6
10
3
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
2013
2014
LEPTOSPIROSIS HOT SPOTS


LEPTOSPIROSIS SPOT MAP 2014
1.PIRAYIRI
2.MALAMPUZHA
3.VANDAZHI
4.SHORNUR
5.KODUMBA
PROBABALE LEPTO DEATH -1
PIRAYIRI
MALAREA
2
1
5
3
5 5
8
16
13
7
8
2
11
3 3
2
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2013
2014
AMBALAPPARA
SREEKRISHNAPURAM
HEPATITIS A
10 10
4
10
13
9
7
4
6
2
60
9
8
7
9
4
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
2013
2014
HEPATITIS A SPOT MAP 2013


1.ALANELLUR
2.KOTTOPADAM
3.CHALAVARA
4. CHERPULASSERRY
5.KOPPAM
6.MUTHUTHALA
7.PAZHAMBALAKKOD
8.KULUKALLUR
9.NELLAYA
SPOT MAP HEPATITIS 2014
1
1.KUMARAMPETHUR
2.VILAYUR
3.PALLIPPURAM
4.KERALASSERRY
5.OTTAPPALAM
6.AGALI
JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL
HEPATITIS-B
3 3 6 3
HEPATITIS-C

4 2 0 1
TYPHOID
37
31
22
35
32
88
105
61
32
25
35
32
19
22
25
9
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
2013
2014
JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL
MUMPS 3 4 3 3
MEASLES 5 17 9 5
TETANUS 0 1 1 0
SCRUB
TYPHUS
0 1 0 0
PERTUSSIS 0 0 0 1
WEEKLY REPORTING APRIL-2014
WEEK 14 WEEK 15 WEEK 16 WEEK 17
S 93.0 87.9 91.6 100
P 93.3 88.6 93.3 97.1
L 94.4 94.4 94.4 100
NO REPORTING UNITS-APRIL 2014
WEEK 14 WEEK 15

WEEK 16

WEEK 17

KOPPAM NEMMARA MELARCODE
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KATAMBAZHIPURAM AYILUR PIRAYIRI
THENKURISSI PARALI PARAMBIKULAM
NAGALASSERRY PUDUPARIYARAM KANNADI
ALANELLUR KOTTAYI KUMBIDI
KUTHANUR THACHANATTUKARA
PERUR
LAKKIDI
KUMARAMPATHUR
SHOLAYUR
AGALI(KALLAMALA)
WEEKLY REPORTING 100% BCHCs
CHC CHALAVARA
CHC KONGAD
CHC KOPPAM
CHC NANNIYODE

DAILY NO REPORTING
CHC DATE
1
CHALAVARA 16/04/2014
2
NANNIYODE 19/04/2014
3
VADAKKANCHERRY 23/04/2014
4
KONGAD 26/04/2014
BLOCK CHC
DAILY REPORTING
INSTITUTIONS DAYS %
1
NAGALASSERY
8 73%
2
VILAYUR
8 73%
3
PIRAYIRI
4 86%
4
KUTHANUR
4 86%
5
THRITHALA
4 86%
6
PARAMBIKULAM
4 86%
7
MUTHUTHALA
4 86%
8
THIRUVEGAPURA
4 86%
9
KAPOOR
3 90%
CONTROL OF COMMUNICABLE
DISEASES
ACTIVITIES MAY 2014
1.AWARENESS CUM ACTION CAMPAIGNS

2.CLEAN PUBLIC PLACE CAMPAIGNS

3.CLEAN WATER CAMPAIGNS

4.RAPID RESPONSE TO OUTBREAKS
AWARENESS CUM ACTION CAMPAIGNS:
This should be repeated in high risk areas (as
per vector indices) and outbreak prone areas
(from the experience of previous years) and
also in affected areas.

BREEDING CONTAINER ELIMINATION
CAMPAIGNS:
CLEAN PUBLIC PLACES CAMPAIGN: This will be on May
19
th
. This may be 2 3 days long campaign. This shall
focus on all public places like offices, hospitals, police
stations, markets, shops, streets etc.

CLEAN WATER CAMPAIGN: This will be on May 22
nd
.
This may be 2 3 days long campaign. This shall focus
on water. Organize interventions in water storage
areas to eliminate mosquito breeding. Chlorination and
super chlorination of water sources in high risk areas.
Check all pumping stations and tanker lorries.

RAPID RESPONSE TO OUTBREAKS:
Provide treatment and start appropriate control
measures if any outbreak. Against vector borne
diseases Integrated Vector Management
measures to be conducted. Source reduction, ISS
& Fogging should be done within 48 hours if
dengue is detected. Chlorination and super
chlorination should be started if any threat of
water borne diseases. This should be repeated as
required.

IEC
S REGISTER
ACTION TAKEN REPORTS