Below are the highlights of MSF activities around the world in 2012:
 
  • Conducted 8,316,000 outpatient consultations
     
  • Admitted 472,900 inpatients
     
  • Treated 1,642,800 malaria cases
     
  • Performed 78,500 major surgical procedures, including obstetric surgery, under general or spinal anaesthesia
     
  • Performed 36,400 medical and surgical interventions in response to direct violence
     
  • Admitted 276,300 severely malnourished children to inpatient or outpatient feeding programmes
     
  • Admitted 71,500 moderately malnourished children to supplementary feeding centres
     
  • Registered 310,500 HIV patients under care at end 2012
     
  • Treated 279,600 HIV patients with first-line antiretroviral treatment at end 2012
     
  • Treated 4,670 patients of first-line treatment failure with second-line antiretroviral treatment at end 2012
     
  • Provided 13,100 HIV-positive pregnant women with prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) treatment
     
  • Provided 11,900 eligible babies born in 2012 with post-exposure treatment
     
  • Assisted 185,400 women to deliver babies, including Caesarean sections
     
  • Medically treated 10,600 patients for sexual violence
     
  • Admitted 29,000 patients to tuberculosis first-line treatment
     
  • Admitted 1,780 patients to tuberculosis second-line treatment
     
  • Conducted 169,600 individual mental health consultations
     
  • Conducted 21,700 group counselling or mental health sessions
     
  • Admitted 57,400 people to cholera treatment centres or treated with oral rehydration solution
     
  • Vaccinated 690,700 people against measles in response to an outbreak
     
  • Treated 26,200 people for measles
     
  • Vaccinated 496,000 people against meningitis in response to an outbreak
     
  • Treated 3,430 people for meningitis
     
  • Treated 1,440 patients for Chagas disease
     
  • Admitted 2,000 patients for treatment for human African trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness)
     
  • Treated 5,860 patients for visceral leishmaniasis (kala azar)
 
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