Scaling-up of RTI services at Wardha District Using RTI Syndromic Approach Method. MS. GUNJAN KINNU CEO, ZP, WARDHA. Discussion. Reproductive tract infections- Public health importance. Cross-sectional study at PHC Zadshi RTI program in Wardha district. Maternal causes. HIV. STI.
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MS. GUNJAN KINNU
CEO, ZP, WARDHA
Motor vehicle injuries
Homicide and violence
Self inflicted injuries
20% 15% 10% 5% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20%
10-40% women develop PID
9%result in Ectopic pregnancy
20% result in Infertility
-Strong evidence indicates that both ulcerative and non-ulcerative RTI promote HIV transmission.
-Available data leave little doubt that RTI, both endogenous and sexually transmitted, facilitate HIV transmission through direct, biological mechanisms
Proximal to high prevalence districts
1) Regular OPD services
2) Referral of patients to civil hospital or Rural Hospital.
Approximately10-20 patients are treated monthly(MIS report).
No record available in OPD register/ treatment cards
No partner management in required cases.
Improper treatment in many patients
Method- Phase I
Method -Phase II
Method Phase III
Sub-center wise patient detection
Data management and analysis-
- May not cover asymptomatic infection.
- Errors in disease treatment.
- Confidentiality issues
- Limited male participation
- Unmarried women