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A STUDY ON DETECTION OF GENERAL MORBIDITY PROFILE AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS IN ELURU

Dr. K. Chandra Sekhar*, Dr. R. Indira, Dr. K. Madhavi Rani, Dr. Sr. Mercy P., N. Lakshmi Prasanna and G. Suneetha

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Background: The World Health Organization (WHO) defines adolescence as the period from 10 to 19 years of age, characterized by physical, psychological, and social changes. In India, this age group constitutes 21.4% of the total population, comprising one-fifth of the total population. Twenty-five% of adult height and 50% of adult weight are attained during adolescence and young age period. Objectives: 1. To find the blood grouping status among college students 2. To find the general morbidity profile among the college students Materials & Methods: A cross sectional study was conducted from June 2015 to August 2015 among Undergraduate and Postgraduate College students of Ch.S.D.St.Theresa’s Autonomous College for Women between the age group of 19-22 years. A total of 278 students were participated and explained about the importance of the study and informed consent was taken from the participants. Necessary statistical tests were applied. Results: Out of 278 students, about 48.9% students were having gynaec problems as all the participants were females. Interesting finding is no one revealed about cardiac problems and physician also not noticed cardiac related problems during our study. Common blood group noticed in our study was B positive group was 33.8%, B negative was 1%. Whereas 'O' positive was 28.7% and 'O' negative people was 16.9%. Conclusions: Based on the above study results, Common blood group was noticed in our study was B positive. Commonest morbidity among female students was gynaec problems ranging from simple premenstrual syndrome to any amount of bleeding disorders reported by qualified gynaecologist.

Keywords: Age, College students, Blood grouping, General morbidity.


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