INAPH Animal Health module
Animal Health module
The Animal Health module of INAPH is designed to capture the entire gamut of activities related to health that is usually carried out on the animal. The data capturing component can be utilized either for individual animal records or group of animal records. Ear tagging of animals is a pre-requisite for collection of data under the category of individual services.
(1) Individual Services:
The individual services that can be recorded are vaccination, deworming, disease testing, fertility details, treatment and follow-up, which is linked to individual animals through their tag numbers.
(2) Group Services:
This category helps in feeding data pertaining to group of animals such as name of the village, species (cattle or buffalo), number of animals etc., without the need to identify individual animals. The group services that can be recorded are campaigns conducted on a mass scale, namely, mass vaccination, mass deworming, mass disease testing, reporting an outbreak and its follow-up and village infertility camps.
The added advantage is the linkage between the individual and mass services modules; animals registered through INAPH if available in a village selected for group activity can be directly selected through the mass module itself eliminating the need for individually entering transactions for each registered animal.
A variety of reports can be generated as per requirement. For further details please visit the INAPH section
Pathology lab module
This is a sub-module of the Laboratory module of INAPH which aids the veterinarian in speedy diagnosis of diseases and confirmation of outbreaks. Since the pathology laboratory module is integrated with the animal health module, all transactions relating to sample collection and tests required are updated in the lab module once it has been entered and saved in the animal health module. Similarly, the results entered at the lab module are updated in the animal health module automatically.
Here too, reports can be generated as per requirement. For further details please visit the INAPH section.