POPULATION BASED DEMOGRAPHIC & HEMATOLOGICAL ANALYSIS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCES TO THE WORKERS OF MATS UNIVERSITY OF CHHATTISGARH
Dr. Amit Kumar Dutta*, Shraddha Chandrakar and Sakshi Dewangan
A Population study is a study of a group of individuals taken from the general population who share a common characteristic, such as age, sex, or health condition. This group may be studied for different reasons, such as their response to a drug or risk of getting a disease. My topic is to study the diseases found on the persons those who are directly or indirectly associated with the Vehicles and the surroundings of urban as well as rural areas of Raipur. I have selected this topic because many days I have study that there are various types of diseases are having in the Transport Vehicle Drivers and many people are suffering from various types of diseases. In the absence of information in rural areas, the man is getting infected with various types of diseases. All the people are distressed because of some of their health problems and the knowing the cause of the problem is compelled to lead life in suffering. Due to not getting proper guidance, he is circling hospital and finally death is embracing. Most of the population of village is facing various diseases; the reason is that there is an absence of irrationality in the life of living there, which is making that disease even more lethal. It is imperative to reach the health mission run by the government in every home of the village. Transport Vehicle Drivers have to be aware of diseases and this is Possible only if there are periodical health camps and awareness. Campaigns time to time and should give information about various diseases. Through which he can learn about the diseases found around him and he can take appropriate treatment onetime. I researched that in my University- MATS University, there are four major diseases we screened. People here are living in trouble due to lack of proper treatment and guidance about it. Along with this, the number of patients such as typhoid, malaria, gout, blood pressure, cancer etc is increasing.
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