Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : utilization

A Study on Utilization of Maternal and Child Health Services in Rural Field Practice Area

Jolly Jolly; Kamran Fazal; Amrendra Narayan Choudhary

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2023, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 4165-4171

Background: In any community, mothers and children constitute a priority group. In sheer numbers, they comprise approximately 71.14% of the population of the developing countries. In India, women of the childbearing age (15-44 years) constitute 22.2% and children under 15 years of age about 35.3% of the total population. Together, they constitute nearly 57.5% of the total population. Mothers and children not only constitute a large group, but they are also a ‘vulnerable’ or special-risk group. The main aim of MCH Services remains to ensure that, throughout pregnancy and puerperium, every mother maintain optimal health, and at the end of pregnancy, a healthy mother and a healthy baby and promote the child health throughout the infancy and childhood.

Health Insurance: It’s Awareness, Coverage and Factors Influencing Its Subscription In Field Practice Area Of KIMS, Koppal, Karnataka

Anil Kumar L, Chethana K V, Shrinivas,Mallikarjune Biradar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 2176-2183

Background: Health is a human right. In order to achieve Universal Health Coverage and to bridge the gap between the community and the provision of quality health care, there is a need to improve the financial protection for health. Health insurance is a promising way for improving health by reducing health expenditure and providing financial protection Objectives: Assessment of awareness about health Insurance schemes, assessment of coverage of health insurance schemes and the factors influencing the subscription and utilization of Insurance Schemes. Materials and Methods: A community based cross sectional study was conducted in the RHTC Irkalagad, a field practice area of Department of Community Medicine, KIMS Koppal during February and March 2020 among 500 individuals aged 18years and above using predesigned semi-structured questionnaire. Results: Out of 500 individuals, 59% of the participants were aware of health insurance, the awareness about health insurance was significantly associated with gender and socio-economic status. Only 29% of the participants were subscribed to health insurance and 6.8% of those insured availed the benefits. Majority(78.5%) of the participants reported lack of awareness was the reason for nonsubscription to health insurance.


Boboeva Gulmira Sodikovna; Keldiyarova Gulmira Farhadovna; Madjidova Tanzila Rahimovna; Niyazova Oybakhor Bahritdinovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 2293-2297

The types of generated waste during the production process, and the process of recycling bricks in Samarkandregion are described in this article. In addition, waste calculations are defined.

The Ignored Green Gold Called As Betel Leaf

Harikumar Pallathadka, Manoharmayum DD

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 3229-3232

This study discusses betel leaf export and import, nutraceutical characteristics,
development, and usage (waste minimization) in many businesses, particularly the food
industry. Piper betel L. is the scientific name for the betel plant, which is also known as
paan in India. Bangla & Satchi, Mitha, and other species are cultivated in West Bengal. In
India, traditional methods are used to cultivate betel leaves on 50,000 acres, with an
annual production worth Rs. 9000 million. Betel leaves are nutrient-dense, with a high
concentration of vitamins and minerals. Diastase and catalase are among the enzymes
found in the leaves. It has a substantial amount of all of the essential amino acids.
Numerous antioxidants, flavonoids, tannins, alkaloids, saponins, and other compounds
can be found in these leaves. Color or betel oil extraction has been shown to be extremely
advantageous to one's health. It can even be considered a nutraceutical. Betel leaves as a
whole are an excellent food item; however, betel bioactive has the potential to expand its
application in a variety of meals because to its numerous health advantages. Betel leaves
worth millions of rupees are either sold for a low price or go unused. Betel leaves have
been used in a variety of culinary products due to their health benefits, and the goods are
chemically stable and taste good. As a result, a well-coordinated effort by farmers, dealers,
scientists, innovators, bureaucrats, and policymakers is needed to strengthen the national
economy and create jobs by properly exploiting this green gold