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    Burden of Disease in India
    by National Commission on Macroeconomic and Health, India

    Contents:

    Preface .................................................. ..............................
    .................................................. ............................ ix
    Contributors .................................................. ..............................
    .................................................. .................... xi
    INTRODUCTION
    Disease burden in India: Estimations and causal analysis .................................................. ........................... 1[/CENTER]
    SECTION I: NATIONAL HEALTH PROGRAMMES: COMMUNICABLE DISEASES,
    AND REPRODUCTIVE AND CHILD HEALTH[/CENTER]
    National Health Programmes[/CENTER]
    Programmes for the control of leprosy, tuberculosis and malaria .................................................. ............... 9[/CENTER]
    AVTAR SINGH DUA[/CENTER]
    Burden of tuberculosis in India for the year 2000 .................................................. ..............................
    ............... 24[/CENTER]
    TUBERCULOSIS RESEARCH CENTRE, CHENNAI[/CENTER]
    Causal analysis and treatment protocols for tuberculosis .................................................. ..............................
    .... 26[/CENTER]
    TUBERCULOSIS RESEARCH CENTRE, CHENNAI[/CENTER]
    Causal analysis and treatment protocols for vector-borne diseases: Malaria, dengue, Japanese[/CENTER]
    encephalitis, kala-azar, lymphatic filariasis .................................................. ..............................
    ....................... 30[/CENTER]
    VECTOR CONTROL RESEARCH CENTRE, PONDICHERRY[/CENTER]
    HIV/AIDS
    Controlling the HIV/AIDS epidemic in India .................................................. ..............................
    ...................... 44[/CENTER]
    YING-RU J. LO, PADMAJA SHETTY, D.S.C. REDDY, SALIM HABAYEB[/CENTER]
    HIV-1 trends, risk factors and growth in India .................................................. ..............................
    ............... 58[/CENTER]
    RAJESH KUMAR, PRABHAT JHA, PAUL ARORA, NEERAJ DHINGRA, INDIAN STUDIES OF HIV/AIDS WORKING GROUP[/CENTER]
    Causal analysis and treatment protocols for sexually transmitted infections, HIV/AIDS and[/CENTER]
    opportunistic infections .................................................. ..............................
    .................................................. . 74[/CENTER]
    NATIONAL AIDS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, PUNE[/CENTER]
    Maternal and Child Health
    Review of women and children’s health in India: Focus on safe motherhood........................................ ....... 85[/CENTER]
    RAJANI R. VED, AVTAR SINGH DUA[/CENTER]
    Causal analysis and treatment protocols for maternal complications .................................................. ......... 112[/CENTER]
    SARALA GOPALAN, SHALINI GAINDER

    Components of under-five mortality trends, current stagnation and future forecasting levels ..................... 152
    ARVIND PANDEY, B.N. BHATTACHARYA, D. SAHU, REHENA SULTANA[/CENTER]
    Newborn and child health in India: Problems and interventions .................................................. ....................... 179[/CENTER]
    SIDDARTH RAMJI[/CENTER]
    Estimation of the burden of diarrhoeal diseases in India .................................................. ..............................
    ..... 182[/CENTER]
    NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CHOLERA AND ENTERIC DISEASES, KOLKATA[/CENTER]
    Causal analysis and treatment protocols for childhood diseases .................................................. ....................... 188[/CENTER]
    SIDDARTH RAMJI[/CENTER]
    SECTION II: NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
    Vascular Diseases[/CENTER]
    Forecasting vascular disease cases and associated mortality in India .................................................. ................ 197[/CENTER]
    A. INDRAYAN[/CENTER]
    Suggested treatment for selected cardiac disorders at secondary-level health care facilities in low-resource[/CENTER]
    countries .................................................. ..............................
    .................................................. ......................... 216[/CENTER]
    CENTRE FOR CHRONIC DISEASE CONTROL, NEW DELHI[/CENTER]
    Cancers
    Cancer: Current scenario, intervention strategies and projections for 2015 .................................................. ....... 219[/CENTER]
    M. KRISHNAN NAIR, CHERIAN VARGHESE, R. SWAMINATHAN[/CENTER]
    Mental Health
    Mental, neurological and substance abuse disorders: Strategies towards a systems approach ............................. 226[/CENTER]
    GURURAJ G., GIRISH N., ISAAC M.K.[/CENTER]
    Asthma and COPD
    Economic burden of asthma .................................................. ..............................
    ............................................... 251[/CENTER]
    K.J.R. MURTHY, J.G. SASTRY[/CENTER]
    Economic burden of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease .................................................. ............................. 264[/CENTER]
    K.J.R. MURTHY, J.G. SASTRY[/CENTER]
    Oral and Dental Diseases
    Oral and dental diseases: Causes, prevention and treatment strategies .................................................. ............. 275[/CENTER]
    NASEEM SHAH[/CENTER]
    Blindness
    National Programme for Control of Blindness .................................................. ..............................
    .................... 299[/CENTER]
    AVTAR SINGH DUA[/CENTER]
    Blindness estimations, projections and service delivery .................................................. ..............................
    ...... 305[/CENTER]
    MURALIKRISHNAN R., PRAVEEN KRISHNA R., THULASIRAJ R.D., DAMODAR BACHANI, SANJEEV GUPTA, G.V.S. MURTHY

    Appendix to Section II
    Services, equipment, personnel and drugs required at different levels of health care for non-communicable[/CENTER]
    diseases .................................................. ..............................
    .................................................. ........................... 318[/CENTER]
    BARIDALYNE NONGKYNRIH, CHERIAN VARGHESE[/CENTER]
    SECTION III: INJURY
    Injuries in India: A national perspective .................................................. ..............................
    ............................. 325[/CENTER]
    GURURAJ G.[/CENTER]
    ANNEXURE
    Annexure A: Causes of various diseases/health conditions .................................................. ..............................
    .. 351[/CENTER]
    NATIONAL COMMISSION ON MACROECONOMICS AND HEALTH, NEW DELHI[/CENTER]
    Annexure B: Interventions for the management of diseases/health conditions at different levels of care .............. 362NATIONAL COMMISSION ON MACROECONOMICS AND HEALTH, NEW DELHI


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