Dr. Ayesha Rafi, Dr Amer Iqbal, Dr Ihtisham Ullah
Background: Head lice invasion is a disease of scalp and skin that sources blood, distress, and social and mental disorders through likelihood of secondary bacterial contamination at scratch sites. In Pakistan, although a few small-scale tests have been carried out to investigate the ubiquity of head lice among young students and the entire community, no population-based assessment has been considered. The National Health Survey of Pakistan (NHSP 1990 - 94) was a large-scale study to assess the well-being of the Pakistani population. The NHSP is the main population-based family unit survey that collects information on incidence of head lice in grownup females in Pakistan. In the current research, researchers practice information from NHSP to develop an epidemiological profile of individual cleanliness applies and head lice invasion amongst adult females of 12 years of age in Lahore. Place and duration: Place and Duration: In the community department of Services Hospital Lahore for one-year duration from May 2018 to April 2019. Results: Complete, approximately 8% of females aged 12 years in addition older have experienced head lice infestation. The multivariate strategic review of relapses identified factors autonomously related to proximity to head lice. Age less than 17 years also swarming in the home remained related through higher rates of invasion. The effect of the financial position of the family unit on invasion rates amongst females was varied in urban and provincial settings; urban females with low financial status were more helpless than comparable females in rural settings. Rarely washing in the summer stayed related by higher rates of predominance only in Sindh, perhaps due to the way Sindh in all three regions experiences a more flamboyant and progressively sticky summer. Conclusion: The aftermath of our NHSP survey shows significant levels of head lice permeability in young women and ladies in all four provinces. The epidemiological outline of female infertility showed that KPK and Lahore, associated to Sindh, and the country, associated to urban extents, remained less well served in terms of access to water and a cleaner to keep houses clean. Basic and financially sound estimates, for example, the facility of water and cleaner, and improved vigilance concerning the cleanliness of the home can contribute to improving the overall well-being of females in our country. Key words: Epidemiological Profile, head lice invasion, Pakistan.