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Findings Under Project Together on Diabetes
Aug 12 to March 13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
Apr 16 to Aug 16
Phase I (Random Blood Sugar Testing)
No. of Camps
2955
3764
3438
3788
1595
No. of Patients tested for random blood sugar
45068
56188
52810
61175
24162
Out of these tested for RBS, patients with blood sugar > 200
11654
23573
27110
35400
15755
% of patients with blood sugar > 200
25.86
41.95
51.33
57.87
65.21
No. of Patients tested for hypertension
77806
77935
66825
74996
30513
Out of these tested for hypertension, no. of pts. with blood pressure > 140/90
44382
47757
41231
49925
20864
% of patients with blood pressure > 140/90
57.04
61.28
61.7
66.57
68.38
Phase IB (Fasting Blood Sugar Camps)
No. of Camps
68
132
148
158
38
No. of Patients tested for fasting blood sugar
8815
21616
24485
19327
5771
Out of these tested for fasting BS, patients with blood sugar > 125 mg%
4065
5640
4630
1329
1710
% of patients with fasting blood sugar > 125 mg%
18.40
18.81
23.03
23.96
23.03
No. of Patients tested for hypertension
8684
21291
24183
19081
5817
Out of these, No. of patients with blood pressure > 140/90 mm of Hg
5163
12403
13339
10559
2771
% of patients with blood pressure > 140/90 mm of Hg
59.45
58.25
55.16
55.34
47.64
Phase II
No. of Camps
67
141
292
282
52
No. of patients referred for workup under Phase II
1770
2945
4146
3454
648
No. of Patients reported for target organ Damage workup
2316
3954
3005
2620
428
% of the Patients reporting for workup
76.42
74.48
72.48
75.85
66.05
Phase III
Patients called for Phase III investigation
208
775
342
115
0
Patients who apperaed for investigation
197
563
280
97
0
Retinopathy
16
209
208
62
NA
Cardiac Workup
102
316
299
44
NA
Diabetic Foot Workupn
87
416
116
34
NA
Nephropathy
11
102
7
8
NA
Total
216
1043
630
148
Note: The percentage is based on patients who were found diabetic or having hypertension out of those who attended the camp and got tested and should not be taken as general prevalence or epidemilogical Survey.

 

 

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