Health Service Delivery Health in Bangladesh is delivered through two outlets — the public and private sector.
Diabetes, Cardiovascular diseases, Hypertension, Stroke, Chronic respiratory diseases, Cancer and Communicable diseases: Communicable disease[ edit ] From historical aspect, it is known that Communicable diseases formed major bulk of total diseases in developing and tropical countries such as Bangladesh.
By via Millennium development Goals, where communicable diseases were targeted, Bangladesh attained almost significant control on communicable diseases.
Social transition, rapid urbanization and unhealthy dietary habit are the major stimulating reasons behind high prevalence of non-communicable diseases in Bangladesh remarkably in under-privileged communities such as rural inhabitants, urban slum dwellers.
Among dominant identified risk factor of burden of diseases in South Asian countries, Diabetes is placed in seventh position. Remarkably, Bangladesh is placed in top tenth position 7.
Therefore, co-jointly with India and Sri Lanka, Bangladesh constituted Previous studies show that prevalence of diabetes is increasing significantly in rural population of Bangladesh. It is also observed that females have higher prevalence of diabetes than male both in rural and urban areas.
Lacks of self-care, unhealthy dietary habit, and poor employment rate are the considerable factors behind that higher prevalence of diabetes among females in our country. However, compared with Europeans and Americans, the pattern of diabetes in Bangladesh displays differences such as the onset is at younger age and major diabetic population is non-obese.
Such clinical differences, limited access to health care, increase life expectancy, ongoing urbanization and poor awareness among population increase the prevalence and risk of diabetes in Bangladesh           Eye Disease related to Diabetes Diabetic Retinopathy [ edit ] The prevalence of Diabetic retinopathy in Bangladesh is about one third of the total diabetic population nearly 1.
These recent estimates are higher like western Countries and similar to Asian Malays living in Singapore. Sharp economic transition, urbanization, technology based modern life style, tight diabetes control guidelines and unwillingness to receive health care are thought to be the risk factors of diabetic retinopathy in Bangladesh.
Unfortunately to attain that emerging health problem, the current capacity in the country to diagnose and treat diabetic retinopathy is very limited to a few centers. The twin problems of environmental sanitation are lack of safe drinking water in many areas of the country and preventive methods of excreta disposal.
Indiscriminate defecation resulting in filth and water born disease like diarrhea, dysenteryenteric feverhepatitishook worm infestations. Poor rural housing with no arrangement for proper ventilationlighting etc. Poor sanitation of public eating and market places.
Inadequate drainage, disposal of refuse and animal waste. Absence of adequate MCH care services.
Malnutrition[ edit ] Bangladesh suffers from some of the most severe malnutrition problems. The present per capita intake is only kilo calorie which is by any standard, much below required need.
Malnutrition results from the convergence of poverty, inequitable food distribution, disease, illiteracy, rapid population growth and environmental risks, compounded by cultural and social inequities.The State of Healthcare Industry in Bangladesh [Part-I] Rahat Ashekan. Better Living. Non-public Health Care Services.
The private medical institutions are clustered mostly in the capital and large cities. Other informal services (Kobiraji, homeopathy) can be found in other regions. the government expenditure in health sector amounts to. The role of the private sector in reproductive health services in Bangladesh (English) Abstract.
The key actors in Bangladesh's Health, Population and Nutrition Sector Development Program (HPNSDP) are the public sector, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), . Part I. Dhaka Private Sector Health Services in Bangladesh: An Exploratory Study Objective 1: To develop a profile of private sector health services in Bangladesh Specific Objective a.
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Bangladesh - Private sector assessment for health, nutrition and population (HNP) in Bangladesh (English) Abstract. The objectives of this Private Sector Assessment (PSA) are to gain a better understanding of the private health care markets in Bangladesh, and to identify areas for increased collaboration between the government, and the private sector.
The role of the private sector in reproductive health services in Bangladesh (English) Abstract.
The key actors in Bangladesh's Health, Population and Nutrition Sector Development Program (HPNSDP) are the public sector, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), the non-profit private sector, and the for-profit private sector.