Noncommunicable diseases CCS Indicators for Namibia

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Noncommunicable diseases CCS: Existence of Unit, Branch, or Dept. in Ministry of Health with responsibility for NCDs, Existence of operational policy/strategy/action plan for cardiovascular diseases, Existence of operational policy/strategy/action plan for cancer, Existence of operational policy/strategy/action plan for diabetes, Existence of operational policy/strategy/action plan for chronic respiratory diseases, Existence of operational policy/strategy/action plan to reduce the harmful use of alcohol, Existence of operational policy/strategy/action plan to reduce unhealthy diet related to NCDs, Existence of operational policy/strategy/action plan to reduce physical inactivity, Existence of operational policy/strategy/action plan to decrease tobacco use, Existence and scope of cancer registry, Existence of risk factor surveillance for selected risk factors (harmful alcohol use, diet, physical inactivity, and tobacco use), Availability and stage of implementation of guidelines/protocols/standards for the management of diabetes, Availability and stage of implementation of guidelines/protocols/standards for the management of raised blood pressure / hypertension, General availability of cervical cytology at the primary health care level, General availability of acetic acid visualization at the primary health care level, General availability of colon cancer screening at the primary health care level, General availability of breast cancer screening (by palpation or mammogram) at the primary health care level, General availability of diabetes testing (by blood glucose measurement, OGTT, or HbA1c) at the primary health care level, General availability of electrocardiogram at the primary health care level, General availability of total cholesterol measurement at the primary health care level, General availability of peak flow measurement spirometry at the primary health care level, General availability of insulin in the public health sector, General availability of aspirin (100 mg) in the public health sector, General availability of metformin in the public health sector, General availability of glibenclamide in the public health sector, General availability of thiazide diuretics in the public health sector, General availability of ACE inhibitors in the public health sector, General availability of CC blockers in the public health sector, General availability of beta blockers in the public health sector, General availability of tamoxifen in the public health sector, General availability of statins in the public health sector, General availability of oral morphine in the public health sector, General availability of nicotine replacement therapy in the public health sector, General availability of salbutamol in the public health sector, General availability of prednisolone tabs in the public health sector, General availability of steroid inhalers in the public health sector, General availability of hydrocortisone injections in the public health sector, General availability of ipratropium bromide in the public health sector, General availability of retinal photocoagulation in the public health system, General availability of renal replacement therapy (by dialysis or transplantation) in the public health system, General availability of radiotherapy in the public health system, General availability of chemotherapy in the public health system, Existence of partnerships/collaborations for implementing key activities related to NCDs, Implementation of fiscal interventions to influence behaviour change, Earmarking of taxes from fiscal interventions to influence behaviour change used to fund health promotion programmes or a health promotion foundation, General availability of urine testing for albumin, General availability of bronchodilators in the public health sector, Existence of a national multisectoral commission, agency or mechanism for NCDs, Existence of a set of national NCD indicators and has set time-bound national targets for these indicators, Existence of an operational, multisectoral national NCD policy, strategy or action plan that integrates several NCDs and their risk factors, Existence of any policies on marketing of foods to children, Existence of any policies to reduce population salt consumption, Existence of national policies on saturated fatty acids, Implementation of diet and/or physical activity public awareness program, General availability of diabetes testing (by blood glucose measurement, OGTT) at the primary health care level, General availability of diabetes testing (by HbA1c) at the primary health care level, Existence of a diabetes registry, Has a STEPS survey or a comprehensive health examination survey every 5 years, Existence of national screening program for breast cancer, Existence of national screening program for cervical cancer, Most widely used screening method in national cervical cancer screening program, Type of national cervical cancer screening program, Coverage of national cervical cancer screening program (%), Existence of national HPV vaccination programme, General availability of retinal photocoagulation in the public health system, General availability of dialysis in the public health system, General availability of renal replacement by transplantation in the public health system, General availability of coronary bypass or stenting in the public health system, General availability of thrombolytic therapy in the public health system, General availability of palliative care in primary health care in the public health system, General availability of palliative care in community or home-based care in the public health system, Availability of cardiovascular risk stratification in 50% or more primary health care facilities, Provision for care of acute stroke and rehabilitation in more than 50% of public sector health facilities, Provision for secondary prevention of rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease in more than 50% of public sector health facilities, General availability of beta blockers in the public health sector, General availability of sulphonylurea(s) in the public health sector, Existence of a set of time-bound national targets based on WHO guidance, Implementation of physical activity public awareness program, Existence of operational policy/strategy/action plan for oral health, Existence of a register of patients who had rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease, Has systems for follow-up/recall to deliver long-term penicillin prophylaxis to patients with rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease, Existence of tax on sugar-sweetened beverages, General availability of Angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs) in the public health sector, General availability of bone marrow transplantation in the public health system, Existence of national policies on trans-fatty acid elimination

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