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INTEGRATED DISEASE SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMME (IDSP)

INTEGRATED DISEASE SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMME

  • 1.DISEASE SURVEILLANCE: IDSP monitors a limited number of conditions and risk factors based on state perceptions for which public health response is available. IDSP also responds to any new disease or outbreaks.

Diseases chosen for surveillance under IDSP:

1. Malaria     2. Typhoid     3. Japanese Encephalitis

4. Dengue    5. Measles     6. Tuberculosis (TB)

7. Cholera    8. Hepatitis    9. Leptospirosis

10. Polio      11. Anthrax   13. Plague

State Specific disease chosen for Mizoram:

1. Cancer

2. Substance Abuse

3. Acid Peptic Disease

New disease/outbreaks – emerging /re-emerging diseases

2.DATA REPORTING

Disease report collection – Disease report collection is one of the major function of IDSP. Report is sent from each District on weekly basis through IDSP portal.

Impending Outbreaks and Disease Trend are detected from analysis of these reports.

For districts where broadband connections are not reliable, IDSP SSU provides Wireless Internet connection in the form of 3G connections.

Reporting Units under IDSP

Sl. No. District Form S Form P Form L
SC/HSC : Sub Centre CHC/Rural Hospitals Govt. Hospital / Medical College HC/PHC/New PHC : PHC Infectious Disease Hospital (IDH) Private Hospitals Total Government Lab.+ Private Lab. Total
1 Aizawl East 54 3 0 7 0 5 15 10 5 15
2 Aizawl West 38 1 0 5 0 0 6 8 6 14
3 Champhai 63 4 0 16 0 1 21 13 0 13
4 Kolasib 36 1 1 5 0 1 8 7 0 7
5 Lawngtlai 39 1 5 1 0 2 9 6 2 8
6 Lunglei 86 3 0 10 0 3 16 13 3 16
7 Mamit 31 1 0 8 0 0 9 10 0 10
8 Saiha 32 1 2 0 0 1 4 3 1 4
9 Serchhip 29 1 1 5 0 0 7 7 0 7
TOTAL 408 16 9 57 0 13 95 77 17 94

  • 3.MAN POWER:

Number of staffs under IDSP

Sl.
No.
Name of Post No. of Staff
1 Consultant (Training) 1
2 Consultant (F&P) 1
3 Microbiologist 3
4 Entomologist 1
5 Data Manager 1
6 Data Entry Operator 19
  • 4.TRAINING

Training given under IDSP:

Sl. No. Category Total no. that needs to be trained No. trained
1 Master Trainers 41 41
2 State level training
a) Medical Officers 188 106
b) Multi Purpose Health Workers etc. 1309 867
c) District Lab Technicians 88 34
d) Peripheral Lab Technicians 28 8
e) Epidemiologists 10 1
f) Consultant (Training) 1 1
g) Entomologist 1 -
h) Microbiologists 3 3
i) Consultant (Finance) 1 -
j) Data Managers 10 10
k) Data Entry Operators 10 10
3 Core Trainers Identified - Yes

  • 5.FINANCE:

Funds received by IDSP:

Year 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012 2012 - 2013 2013 - 2014 2014 - 2015
Fund Received
(in lakhs)
34.02 68.75 53.54 61.53 70.44 67.5
  • 6.OUTBREAK MONITORING:

Swine Flu (H1N1):

Sl. No. Report for Cumulative for the State
1 Number of Patients Screened 159492
2 Number of Suspected Cases given Oseltamvir (Cat.B) 20
3 Number of Patients admitted in Hospitals (Cat.C) 6
4 Number of Patients whose sample were tested 82
5 Number of Patients found positive with travel history to H1N1 notified country (imported cases) 1
6 Number of Patients found positive without travel history to H1N1 notified country (indigenous cases) 5
7 Number of patients discharged 4
8 Number of Patients still in Hospital 0
9 Number of Patients critical nil
10 Number of deaths 1

Outbreak Investigation:

Sl. No. Place of occurrence Name of disease No. of cases No. of deaths Date of outbreak and duration Remarks
1 Thekte 1) Diarrhoea 2) Dysentery 5 (children) Nil 1 week starting from 18.5.2012 Medical team with medicine sent on 19.05.2012
2 Lungsen 1) Diarrhoea
2) Malaria PF
41 diarrhoea & 3 Malaria PF Nil 1 week starting from 4.6.2012 Medical team with medicine sent on 6.6.2012 and treatment given as needed
3 Champhai Scrub Typhus 39 2 January 2012 to August 2012 Medical treatment given but 2 expired
4 Hmuntha Food Poisoning 46 1 20.8.2012 Medical team sent and treatment given
5 Sakawrdai Influenza 13 (Children) 7 31.1.2013 Medical team sent and treatment given
6 Niawhtlang Viral dysentery 129 Nil 8.2.2013 to 19.3.2013 Usually effect children below 5 years
7 Lungdar 1) Pneumonia
2) Viral Meningitis
2 2 28.3.2013 There is no incidence of outbreak as such by the CMO report
8 Lungbun APD & AGE 11 2 25.3.2013 It is not an alarming outbreak
9 Dulte APD & AGE 10 1 13.4.2013
10 Vanhne Acute Diarrhoea 35 Nil 12.8.2013 People need awareness regarding water borne diseases
11 Chaltlang Lily Veng & Zemabawk Food poisoning 13 Nil 15.3.2014 Food poisoning due to eating fermented soyabean
12 Khawzawl Food poisoning 3 3 24.5.2014 Due to consumption of mushroom
13 Bungtlang ‘S’ Food poisoning 89 Nil 10.5.2014 – 19.5.2014 Food poisoning due to eating fermented soyabean
14 Lawngtlai AOC Veng Food Poisoining 3 Nil 28.6.2014 Eaten Mushroom with food
15 Sentetfiang Lawngtlai District Food Poisoning 6 2 19.6.2014 Eaten Mushroom with food
16 SCERT Chaltlang Food Poisoning 35 Nil 19.7.2014 Eaten Soyabean(16 Hospitalised &Other advice& discharge)
17 Thingsulthliah, Aizawl East District Food Poisoning 18 nil 5.10.2014 Eaten Soya Bean(Hospitalised & Discharge)
Scrub Typhus: (from 1.1.2012 onwards)
Sl. No District No of Cases No.of Death G.Total
2012 2013 2014 2015 2012 2013 2014 2015 Cases Death
1 Aizawl East 98 28 45 5 2 2 171 9
2 Aizawl West 112 54 33 9 0 0 199 9
3 Lunglei 0 47 33 0 2 0 80 2
4 Saiha 9 10 2 0 0 0 21 0
5 Champhai 20 26 4 2 0 0 50 2
6 Kolasib 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 0
7 Serchhip 4 3 0 0 0 0 7 0
8 Mamit 3 7 0 0 0 0 10 0
9 Lawngtlai 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
252 175 118 16 4 2 545 22

7.LABORATORY:

  • a)Two priority labs are established under IDSP at Aizawl and Lunglei. Microbiologists are placed at these labs.
  • b)Three districts – Saiha, Lawngtlai leh Champhai are chosen for establishment of priority labs. This is to be implemented as soon as Funds are received for the purpose.
  • c)Laboratory materials are purchased for priority labs each year.