Personal health monitoring guide for geriatric diseases

Personal health monitoring guide for geriatric diseases

In particular, adults should check their bodies regularly.

Those who enter the middle ages should pay more attention to this.

In this way, the disease can be detected early or the condition of the disease found can be assessed to avoid delays in treatment.

The earliest geriatric diseases are chronic diseases, and early treatment can cause a considerable delay in the development of the tuxedo, which often affects and affects the degree of reduction.

On the contrary, it is often difficult to treat when the disease is raging, posing a threat to health and life.

  For example, elderly hypertensive patients should go to the hospital regularly to review blood pressure and cardiovascular status, at least once every two months.

Doctors pointed out that the following 8 kinds of elderly people need to be supplemented with test plasma: elderly people over 65 years old; those who have smoked for more than 20 years; patients with hypertension, or who are taking antihypertensive drugs; patients with diabetes; cardiovascular repeat authors;An angiographic examination revealed a coronary vascular lesion implanted.

  There are many middle-aged and elderly people who have a certain hereditary or genetic disease. If one or both parents have this disease, they should be especially aware of the disease.

For example, people with diabetes have a positive family history of more than 20%.

Couples are children of diabetics, at least a quarter of the chance to develop diabetes, and due to hereditary effects, the incidence is surprisingly similar.

Anyone with diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, cancer, etc. should pay special attention to regular physical examination.

  Regular blood rheology testing in middle-aged and elderly people is of great significance for prevention or early detection and early treatment of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

Detection of blood rheology can provide certain predictive data for certain diseases, even when there is no clinical symptoms, it can be reflected in the blood rheological parameters.

For occlusive vascular disease, measuring blood rheology can explain blood flow abnormalities, stagnation and thrombosis to a certain extent.

Within a certain range, blood rheology parameters can be used as a primary indicator for diagnosis (or even early diagnosis) of disease outcome and efficacy judgment.

Therefore, regular blood rheology tests should be one of the measures for middle-aged and elderly health care.