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Pellissier Science Laboratory Report for Term Two 2016:

Posted: Wed, September 07, 2016 | By: Kasese Humanist School



Date of Submission: 7th September 2016

On behalf of the Pellissier Science Laboratory, I am happy to present a report from our clinic at the KHPS Rukoki campus for the just concluded Term 2 which ended 2nd September 2016.

Services carried out at PSL:

1. We carried Laboratory screening and testing of sick pupils.

2. We extended medical attention to the sick pupils at KHPS Rukoki school.

3. De-worming exercise to all children and staffs was carried out.

4. Sensitization on personal hygiene and sex education continueed.

5. We carried out a vaccination exercise of pupils against HPV

6. More awareness on water safety and water purification using Aqua Safe tablet application was encouraged on campus.

7. We dished out Afripad Sanitary Pads to old girls in the school plus some female teachers.

Children identified with fungal infection were advised and issued with Clotrimazole ointment cream.

Cases of Malaria was so prevalent in the course of this term and children were advised to ensure bushes around their homes are cut, empty tins or stagnant waters around homes cleared plus sleeping under treated mosquito nets emphasized. We administered drugs to malaria patients.

One of our microscopes was extensively used in identifying disease causing agents which was supplemented with usage of rapid strip test usage especially when testing for Malaria.

Summary of cases handled in Term Two 2016.

156 De-Wormed pupils and 17 Staff Members on 4th July, at Rukoko Campus

Malaria - 22 cases

Respiratory Tract Infections - 3 cases

Ringworm - 13 cases

Diarrhea - 4 cases

Nose Bleeds - 1 case

Peptic Ulcers—8 cases

28 girls vaccinated against the HPV Virus, a form of cervical cancer

Drugs purchased:

Malaria testing kits, Albendazole, Metrandazole, Clotrimazole, Cotrimaxazole, cotton wool, dispensable gloves,coartem, vitamin k
injection, benzoate cream, cough syrups, ampicilin, Dextrose sugar powder, piriton, Other inject able, first aid plaster, Sanitary pads, Paracetamol, Mg Triscilin, Aqua safe tablets 4 boxes, magnesium, surgical and methylated spirit.

Hydrogen peroxide, gauze, multi vitamin tabs and syrup.

Drugs still in stock include:

cotton wool roll, first aid plaster 15 pcs, genta eye 10, dispensable gloves 20 pairs, gauze 5 packets, Magnesium tabs 70, zinc 10 tabs,
plaster 1 roll, coartem(1x24) 3 doses, coartem(1x12) 10 doses, mebendazole 15 tabs , multivitamin10 tabs, stripe bandage 4 rolls, , Clotrimazole 3 tubes, Oral rehydration salts 6 Sackets, paracetamol 50 tabs, vitamin k injection 5 boxes, amphicillin 50 tabs
finished, vitamin c 200 tabs, envelopes 5 pckts, Anti malaria testing strips 10 pieces.

The laboratory will be restocked and be well equipped when term 3 reopens on 26th this month.

On behalf of the Pellissier Science Laboratory, I thank BOB PELLISSIER for continuing to supporting this laboratory and availing to me a monthly salary. I do thank the School Director, Mr Bwambale Robert for his dedicated efforts to avail more funds for procuring the drugs and ensuring the lab is well stocked to suit the pupil’s needs plus of course paying my wages. I also thank the international community who continue
to support Kasese Humanist Primary school.

Yours in service,

Rujumba Maate Lamech

KHPS – PSL Lab technician

Supervised by: Bwambale Robert Musubaho (School Director – Kasese Humanist Primary School)

Image #1: children getting “De-Wormed”

Image #2: Girls with AFRIpads



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