Special Medical Camps

On 16th  September, 2018 a Special Medical Camp was conducted at our base camp at Sirigindalapadu (Rampachodavaram). The purpose of this camp is to provide specialist consultation to poor Tribal patients. These patients don’t have the facility and means to go to Rajahmundry to meet the specialist doctors.  In this Camp, 534 patients were treated for various diseases. The regular medical staff and volunteers worked very hard to make the preparations on the previous day itself.

All the patients and their attendants were given free food.

In addition to the 19 doctors, 20 Volunteers and 20 staff participated in the Specialist Camp

Name of the Test

Nos

 

Name of the Test

Nos

  1. No of X-rays Taken

70

 

15. VDRL

07

  2. No of E.S.R. Tests

58

 

16. U/S Scans

40

  3. Urine Tests

46

 

17. Serum CREATININE

11

  4. Blood Sugar

207

 

18. FNAC

17

  5. H.I.V.

01

 

19. Rapid MP

17

  6. HB

79

 

20. R.A. Factor

3

  7. Sputum

0

 

21. Lipid Profile

12

  8. Widal

17

 

22. Urin Albumin

46

  9. E.C.G.

19

 

23. Uric Acid

9

10. Blood Urea

12

 

24. Haemogram

8

11. Urine Pregnency

0

 

25. MIcro

46

12. TC & DC

46

 

26. Montoux

02

13. Bl. Group

01

 

27. Thyroid Tests

14

14.CRP

3

 

28. Hbs Ag

02

  Welfare Works:

Anna Danam to Patients

Nearly 350 poor patients are given free food every Thursday.

Bhavi Bharatam – Nutritious food to Poor Children Poverty and malnutrition go together in India. As a consequence the education of the poor children is disturbed. To alleviate the malnutrition among poor children a nutritious food scheme was started in February 2008.

Under this scheme, nearly 50 children are provided with nutritious food daily. They are given coaching in their school subjects also in addition to cultural education.