ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF HEALTH CARE INTERVENTIONS: A PHARMACOECONOMIC STUDY
Dr. Are. Anusha Joel*, D. Manvitha, E. Sowjanya and Shabana Begum
Aim: A Survey on impact of anaemia on menstruation and dietary intake of Adolescence girls attending secondary government school.
To improve the quality of life of adolescents girls in govt. Schools.
To determine the prevalence of anaemia among vegetarians and non-vegetarians in adolescent girls.
To decrease or reduce the risk of anaemia due to menarche in adolescent.
To improve the quality of life in adolescents according to their dietary intake.
Methodology: Ambispective study with a sample size of 354 subjects conducted in secondary government school for a period of 2 years [2016-2017 data collected]. Results: Based upon the analysis the total number of 354 students. In that, Number of students who are menarche [2016-190 and 2017-246] are regular. Whereas, [2016-69 and 2017-40] are irregular. According to diet, [2016-227 and 2017-222] are normal. Whereas, [2016-127 and 2017-131] are abnormal. As Hemoglobin, in [2016-83 and 2017-150] are low. Whereas, [2016-246 and 2017-187] are moderate. And [2016- 25 and 2017-17] are severe. Conclusion: As compared the results of secondary government school among Adolescents girls in 2016-17. As menarche regularity and irregularity was improved in 2017. And Diet was not improved in 2016 and 2017. And hemoglobin, was improved in 2017.
Keywords: Pharmacoeconomics, Medication errors, medication reconciliation.
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