Health Indexes

  1. Demographic Profile
The municipality of Sergio Osmeña has a total population of 30,219 according to Community-Based Monitoring System 2008. The population of Barangay Venus as of 2008 is 1,503 comprising of 315 households. Among the individuals, 772 are males and 731 are females. The number of indigent families is 124. The population of Barangay Venus comprises about 5% of the total population of Sergio Osmeña municipality.
For the special groups, the total population of pregnant women in Barangay Venus is 27 which is only 4% of the entire population of pregnant women in Sergio Osmeña. The total numbers of children below 1 year old is 25. Moreover, the number of senior citizens in Barangay Venus was 116 in 2013, 118 in 2014 and 171 in 2015. 
Table 1.Barangay Profile
Barangay Venus
Total Population
1, 503
Total no. of Households (HH)
315
Total no. of Purok
3

Table 2. Special Groups
Barangay Venus
Pregnant Women (2014)
27
Children < 1 year old (2014)
25
Senior Citizen (2013)
                         (2014)
                         (2015)

116
118
171


B.  Health Profile

Health Facilities 
            There are two (2) Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PHIC) accredited facilities in the municipality of Sergio Osmeña – the Rural Health Unit which is located in Poblacion Bajo and Sergio Osmeña District Hospital. Venus Health Center is not PHIC accredited. 
Health Personnel 
            In Barangay Venus, there is one (1) Barangay Health Worker, one (1) Barangay Nutrition Scholar and one (1) midwife with three (3) catchment areas in Venus, Liwanag and San Juan. 
            The barangay midwife and barangay health worker attended the Barangay Governance Leadership Program held at the Rural Health Unit (RHU) which is in partnership with Ateneo de Zamboanga University this year. Other health-related trainings were attended by the RHU midwife of Sergio Osmeña.

Health Index
Table 3. 2013 Leading Causes of Morbidity in Sergio Osmeña
Disease
Number
  1. Upper Respiratory Tract Infections
2,895
  1. Coryza
493
  1. Acute Gastroenteritis
609
  1. Influenza
336
  1. Wounds of all forms
274
  1. Hypertension
269
  1. Urinary Tract Infection
223
  1. Bronchial Asthma in Acute Exacerbation
212
  1. R/O Pulmonary Tuberculosis
167
TOTAL  
5,487

            Table 3 shows that Upper Respiratory Tract Infections with 2,895 cases ranked the highest among the leading causes of morbidity in Sergio Osmeña for the year 2013. 

Table 4. 2013 Leading Causes of Morbidity Under 5 in Sergio Osmeña 
Disease
Number
  1. Upper Respiratory Tract Infections
719
  1. Acute Gastroenteritis
175
  1. Coryza
56
  1. Bronchial Asthma in Acute Exacerbation
50
  1. Influenza
49
  1. Pediatric Community Acquired Pneumonia
42
  1. Bacterial Skin Infection
36
  1. Wounds of all forms
35
  1. Abdominal Colic
32
  1.  Urinary Tract Infection
16
TOTAL  
1,210
           
Table 4 shows that Upper Respiratory Tract Infections with 719 cases is the leading cause of morbidity for children under 5 years old in Sergio Osmeña for the year 2013. The table also reveals that Urinary Tract Infection ranks 10 in the leading causes of morbidity for the said group in the municipality.

Table 5. 2013 Leading Causes of Mortality in Sergio Osmeña 
Disease
Number
  1. Cardiac Arrest - Myocardial Infarction
7
  1. Multiple Organ Failure 2◦ to Senility
7
  1. Congestive Heart Failure, HCVD, HPN Stage 2 Poorly Controlled
7
  1. Respiratory Failure Probably 2◦ Community Acquired Pneumonia
4
  1. Cardiac Arrest Probably to Bronchial Asthma
4
  1. Multiple Stab Wounds
3
  1. Respiratory Failure 2◦ to Status Asthmaticus
2
TOTAL
34

            Table 5 shows that Cardiac Arrest due to Myocardial Infarction with seven (7) cases is the leading cause of mortality in Sergio Osmeña for the year 2013. Furthermore, Respiratory Failure secondary to Status Asthmaticus has the least number of cases reported.

Table 6. 2014 Leading Causes of Morbidity in Sergio Osmeña 
Disease
Number
  1. Upper Respiratory Tract Infections
1,341
  1. Scoliosis
296
  1. Acute Gastroenteritis
212
  1. Bronchial Asthma in Acute Exacerbation
199
  1. Hypertension
167
  1. Peptic Ulcer Disease
151
  1. Influenza
Wounds of all forms
147
147
  1. Urinary Tract Infection
143
  1. T/C PTB
141
  1.  Musculoskeletal Problem
73
TOTAL  
3,017

            Table 6 reveals that Upper Respiratory Tract Infections remains to be the leading cause of morbidity wth 1,341 cases in Sergio Osmeña for the year 2014. Moreover, musculoskeletal problems ranks 10 among the leading causes of morbidity reported.

Table 7. 2014 Leading Causes of Mortality in Sergio Osmeña
Disease
Number
  1. Myocardial Infarction
15
  1. Community Acquired Pneumonia Severe
15
  1. CVD
12
  1. Multiple Organ Failure 2◦ to Senility
10
  1. Multiple Organ Failure Sepsis Probably 2◦ Bacterial Meningitis
Chronic Renal Failure
5

5
  1. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary D
3
  1. Severe Dehydration
Cardiopulmonary Failure
2
2
  1. T/C Ovarian CA
1
  1. Multiple Hacked/Stabbed Wound
1
  1. Others
20
TOTAL
87

            Table 7 reveals that Myocardial Infarction remains to be the leading cause of mortality with 15 cases in Sergio Osmeña for the year 2014. Also, multiple hacked/stabbed wound and ovarian cancer has the least number of mortality cases in the municipality for the same year. 

Table 8. 2014 Total Deaths, Maternal Mortality and Infant Mortality in Sergio Osmeña 
MORTALITY
Total No. of Deaths
87
No. of Maternal Deaths
1
No. of Infant Deaths
2
Male
47
                             No. of Infant Death due to Neonatal Tetanus
0
Female
40
                              No. of stillbirths (late fetal) this year
2

            Table 8 shows that the total number of deaths in Sergio Osmeña for the year 2014 is 87, in which 47 were males and 40 were females. The maternal mortality is one (1) and infant mortality is two (2) in the municipality for the same year. For Barangay Venus, there were 0 cases for the maternal and child mortalities for the year 2014. 

Table 9. 2014 Tuberculosis Detection and Cure Rate 
Indicator
Venus
Sergio Osmeña

2012
2013
2014
2013
2014

Target
Positive
Target
Positive
Target
Positive

54%

91%
Case Detection Rate
4
3
4
1
4
3
Cure Rate
No data
100%
97%

            Table 9 illustrates the detection rate and cure rate of Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Barangay Venus and in the municipality of Sergio Osmeña. It shows that for the years 2012, 2013, and 2014, there were no cure rate data for Barangay Venus. However, for Sergio Osmeña, the cure rates for 2013 and 2014 are 100% and 97% respectively.
  
Child Health
Table 10. Child Care Summary Table (January – December 2014) – Sergio Osmeña Rural Health Unit 
Indicators
Male
Female
Total (Venus)
Total
(Sergio
Osmeña)
Percentage
Infants (0-11 months) referred for Newborn Screening
13
12
25
224
11.2%
Fully Immunized Child (0-11 months)
9
9
18
690
2.6%
Completely Immunized Child (12-23 months)
0
0
0
175
0%
Infants exclusively breastfed until 6 months
13
9
22
534
4.1%
BCG
11
16
27
705
3.8%
PENTA 1
23
5
28
708
4%
PENTA 2
17
8
25
705
3.5%
PENTA 3
19
9
28
704
4%
OPV 1
17
5
22
690
3.2%
OPV 2
17
7
24
688
3.5%
OPV 3
18
11
29
686
4.2%
Hepa B1 within 24 hours
9
15
24
708
3.4%
Hepa B1 more than 24 hours after birth
0
0
0
0
0%
Measles
9
9
18
705
2.6%
CPAB (Child Protected at Birth)
11
15
26
448
5.8%
MMR
4
5
9
582
1.5%

            Table 10 summarizes Child Health indicators for Barangay Venus and entire Sergio Osmeña municipality for the year 2014. The table illustrates that there are 25 infants (0-11 months) referred for Newborn Screening in Barangay Venus, which comprises 11.2% of the entire population of infants being referred for Newborn Screening in the municipality of Sergio Osmeña. There are 18 fully immunized children (FIC) in Barangay Venus and this comprises 2.6 % of the FIC population in the municipality. Furthermore, there are 175 completely immunized children reported in Sergio Osmeña but none in Barangay Venus. Infants who were exclusively breastfed until 6 months in Barangay Venus has a total number of 22 out of 534 for the entire municipality (4.1%). Other indicators include the given vaccines in the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) schedule such as BCG, Pentavalent, OPV, Hepa B, Measles and MMR.

Table 11. Weight for Age and Length for Age of Preschoolers in Venus 

Barangay Venus (Pre-schooler 0-70 months)
Indicator
Weight for Age

2013
2014
2015
Normal
158
146
150
Underweight
13
30
18
Severely Underweight
9
11
7
Overweight
1
0
1

Length for Age

2013
2014
2015
Normal
117
111
136
Stunted
36
45
29
Severely Stunted
27
30
11
Tall
1
1
0
Total
181
187
176

            Table 11 shows the nutrition status (weight and length for age) of preschoolers in Barangay Venus. It reveals that 87% has normal weight for age in 2013, 78% in 2014 and 85% in 2015. Furthermore, it shows that in 2013, 65% has normal length for age, 59% in 2014 and 77% in 2015. The malnutrition rate in 2013 is 12%, 22% in 2014 and 15% in 2015.
  
Table 12. Weight for Age of Elementary Pupils in Venus 

Barangay Venus (Elementary Pupils)
Indicator
Weight for Age

2013
2014
2015
Normal
242
269
164
Underweight
10
18
4
Severely Underweight
7
4
0
Overweight
0
0
37
Total
259
291
205

            Table 12 reveals the weight for age of elementary pupils in Venus. In 2013, 93% has normal weight for age, 92% in 2014 and 80% in 2015. Furthermore, 18% of the pupils are overweight in 2015. The malnutrition rate in 2013 is 7%, 8% in 2014 and 20% in 2015.  
Maternal Health 
Table 13. Maternal Care Summary Table (January – December 2014) – Sergio Osmenia Rural Health Unit 
Indicators
Total (Venus)
Total (Sergio
Osmeña)
Percentage
Pregnant women with 4 or more prenatal visits
27
565
4.5%
Pregnant women given 2 doses of TT
24
582
4.1%
Pregnant women given TT2 plus
17
320
5.3%
Pregnant women given complete iron with folic acid
30
634
4.7%
Pregnant women at least 2 postpartum visits
25
579
4.3%
Postpartum women given complete Iron Supplements
26
537
4.8%
Postpartum given with Vitamin A Supplementation
28
595
4.7%
Postpartum  women initiated breastfeeding within 1 hour after delivery
26
696
3.7%

            Table 13 shows the Maternal Care Summary Table for Barangay Venus and the municipality of Sergio Osmeña. It shows that pregnant women with 4 or more prenatal visits in Venus comprises 4.5% of the entire population of pregnant women who had 4 or more prenatal visits in the municipality. Moreover, there are 26 (in Venus) out of 696 (3.7%) postpartum women who initiated breastfeeding within 1 hour after delivery in 2014. 
Table 14. Total Live Births (January - December 2014) – Barangay Venus, Sergio Osmeña 
Indicators
Male
Female
Total
(Venus)
Total
(Sergio Osmeña)
Facility-based Delivery
11
15
26
602
Home-based Delivery
1
0
1
94

            Table 14 illustrates the total live births in facility-based and home-based for Barangay Venus and the municipality of Sergio Osmeña. For Barangay Venus, the number of facility-based delivery is 26 and 602 for Sergio Osmeña. For home-based delivery, there is only 1 case for Barangay Venus and 94 cases for Sergio Osmeña.

Table 15. Natality 2014 - Rural Health Unit, Sergio Osmeña 
No. of Livebirths:
Deliveries Attended by
No. of Deliveries by Type and Place
Male
347
Doctors
50

Home
FBD (Others)
Female
349
Nurses
30
Normal
94
602
Weight at Births:

Midwives
522
Others
-
-
2,500g and greater
686
Trained Hilots
80
Type of Pregnancy
Less than 2,500g
10
Untrained
14
Normal

Not Known
-
Others
-
At Risk
10

            Table 15 illustrates the natality data for 2014 in the municipality of Sergio Osmeña. It shows that among the 696 number of livebirths, 50 deliveries were attended by doctors, 30 by nurses, 522 by midwives, 80 by trained hilots and 14 deliveries were attended by untrained hilots.

Table 16. Family Planning (December 2014) Barangay Venus, Sergio Osmeña 
Indicators
Current User (Begin Qtr)
New Acceptors
Others
Dropout
Current User (End Qtr)
CPR (CU/TP) X 14.5%
Female Sterilization/ Bilateral Tubal Ligation
6
0
0
0
6
0.029
Male Sterilization/ Vasectomy
0
0
0
0
0
0
Pills
8
0
0
0
8
0.038
IUD
9
0
0
0
9
0.043
Injectibles
0
0
0
0
0
0
NFP Cervical Mucus Method
2
0
0
0
2
0.010
NFP Basal Body Temperature
0
0
0
0
0
0
NFP Lactational Amenorrhea
9
2
0
3
8
0.043
NFP Standard Days Method
0
0
0
0
0
0
NFP Sympothermal Method
0
0
0
0
0
0
Condom
2
0
0
0
2
0.010
Implant
0
0
0
0
0
0

Environmental Health
Table 17. Environmental Report 2014 - Sergio Osmeña 
No. of HH with access to safe water

No. of Food Establishments
242
Level I
297
No. of Food Establishments w/ Sanitary Permit
84
Level II
3.051
Level III
569
No. of Food Handlers
242
No. of HH with sanitary toilets
4,094
No. of Food Handlers with Health Certificate
84
No. of HH with satisfactory garbage disposal
3,272
No. of HH w/ complete basic sanitation facilities
535



Environmental Health Report in the year 2014 for Barangay Venus 
A. % of households that have access to safe water. Majority of the households in Venus has access to safe water. 88.95% has level 1 type of access. 10.7% has level 3 access, and 0.3% uses level 4.

Table 18. Environmental Sanitation Report (Annual Report 2014) 
No. of household with access to safe water
Level I
Level II
Level III
Doubtful source
0
290
35
1
   
B. % of drinking water sources. 100% of all the households in Venus utilize Spring waterworks system as water source for the past recent years. Residents of the barangay no longer use open dug well, artesian, nor deep-well waterworks system.

Table 19. Environmental Sanitation Report (Annual Report 2014) 
No. of households with water sources
Spring water works system
Open dug well
Deep well
Artesian well
326
0
0
0

C. % of households with sanitary toilet facilities 99.7% of the households in Venus have sanitary toilet facilities.

Table 20. Environmental Sanitation Report (Annual Report 2014) 

No. of household with toilet facilities
Household with sanitary toilet
Household without sanitary toilet
325
1
 

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