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quality-assurance-manual-for-sterilisation-services.pdf

Quality Assurance Manual for Sterilisation Services

The National Population Policy 2000 and the Reproductive and Child Health Programme Phase II emphasize the importance of achieving population stabilization and attaining the goal of replacement-level fertility by 2010. To achieve this objective, it is vital to continue with the Community Needs Assessment Approach (CNAA) for identifying unmet needs and for emphasizing the importance of informed contraceptive choice and the need to provide quality services.

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iucd-reference-manual-doctors.pdf

IUCD Reference Manual for Medical Officers

India’s population, which crossed one billion in 2000, is projected to reach 1.53 billion by 2050, making it the most populous country in the world. Women of reproductive age group (15-49 years) make up approximately 248 million. The Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) Program in India promotes responsible and planned parenthood through the Government’s Family Welfare Program with voluntary use and free choice of contraceptive methods.

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iucd-refrence-manual-nursing-personnel.pdf

IUCD Refrence Manual for Nursing Personnel

India’s population, which crossed one billion in 2000, is projected to reach 1.53 billion by 2050, making it the most populous country in the world. Women of reproductive age group (15-49 years) make up approximately 248 million. The Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) Program in India promotes responsible and planned parenthood through the Government’s Family Welfare Program with voluntary use and free choice of contraceptive methods.

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contraceptive-updates-manual-for-doctors.pdf

Contraceptive Updates - Reference Manual for Doctors

Reproductive health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity, in all matters relating to the reproductive system and to its functions and processes. Reproductive health therefore implies that people are able to have a satisfying and safe sex life and that they have the capability to reproduce and the freedom to decide if, when and how often to do so.

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manual-for-family-planning-insurance-scheme-2008.pdf

Manual for Family Planning Insurance Scheme 2008

India is the first country that launched a National Family Planning Programme in 1952, emphasizing fertility regulation for reducing birth rates to the extent necessary to stabilize the population at a level consistent with the socio-economic development and environment protection. Since then the demographic and health profiles of India have steadily improved.

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manual-for-family-planning-insurance-scheme-2011.pdf

Manual for Family Planning Insurance Scheme 2011

India is the first country that launched a National Family Planning Programme in 1952, emphasizing fertility regulation for reducing birth rates to the extent necessary to stabilize the population at a level consistent with the socio-economic development and environment protection. Since then the demographic and health profiles of India have steadily improved.

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refrence-manual-minilap.pdf

Refrence Manual Minilap Tubectomy

Worldwide Female Sterilization is the most popular and effective method of contraception. In addition to being permanent, it is safe and relatively free from side effects. In India female sterilization is the most commonly accepted method among eligible couples. District Level House-hold Survey (DLHS) – 3 (2007-08) shows that 34.3% of the ever married women accepted female sterilization as a contraceptive choice (fig: 1).

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ppiucd-reference-manual.pdf

Postpartum IUCD Reference Manual

Postpartum period is one of the critical times when both woman and newborn need a special and integrated package of health services as morbidity and mortality rates are quite high during this period and also the women are vulnerable to unintended pregnancy. Studies show that pregnancies taking place within 24 months of a previous birth have a higher risk of adverse outcomes like abortions, premature labor, postpartum hemorrhage, low birth weight babies, fetal loss and maternal death.

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SickleCellAnemiaManual.pdf

Sickle Cell Anemia Control Programme

Sickle Cell Anemia (SCA) is a hereditary anemia predominantly seen amonngst various tribal populations of India. Sickle Cell Anemia occurs due to inherited abnormal haemoglobin (Hb) gene, which produce Hb-S (Hb-Sickle). This disease has not gained much concern at national as well as state level. Screening is not a common practice and the diagnosis si usually made when a patient presents with severe complications.

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malaria-operational-manual-2009.pdf

Operational Manual for Implementation of Malaria Programme 2009

Malaria is one of the most widespread parasitic diseases in the world. There are four species of plasmodia which are known to cause malaria in human beings, namely Plasmodium. vivax, P. falciparum, P. malariae and P. ovale. In India, P. falciparum and P. vivax are the most common species which cause malaria. Recent evidence indicates towards the occurence of malaria due to P. knowlesi also.

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