Identifyinga common problem in a particular section concerning health is alwaysof benefit to better the individual’s lives. The chance to have aclinical officer in a collaboration made the work easy for theresearch to be well conducted and be able to build a proposal forchange. is a common disease that brings aboutproblems in the society. Awareness of the problem brings a clear lookinto to it and intervention of overcoming it in the way of reducingthe problem.
is a type of cardiovascular disease, specifically in the arterieswhereby there is the deposition of fat, cholesterol, calcium andother substances found in blood on the inner walls of the arteries.The plaque deposition results to the narrowing of the arteries thusresult to the limit of oxygenated blood flow to other body partsleading to a heart failure.
Yes,patient education on preventive medicines can decreaseatherosclerosis among the population. Patient education on how to usethe medicine can help since it is a way of overcoming the disease.Some of the patients might be taking the medication in a wrong waythus worsening the situation and making the disease more dangerous. When the selected population get the awareness, this becomes ofassistance to them thus decrease the prevalence of atherosclerosis.
has become a major problem in most of the developing countries. This,in most cases, results in a decrease in the quality of life for theindividuals affected. The patient needs medication that will bettertheir lives in the different situation thus forces the affected,family members to see this treatment. At points, it forces them tostruggle more as usual so as to raise enough funds that will sustainthe patient medication. A patient of atherosclerosis in a familybecomes a burden to the others since the affected need having to takethe responsibility of the victim’s health progress as well as themedication (Vogel & Motulsky, 2013).
Implementingfundamental knowledge about atherosclerosis at the workplace by thehealthcare professionals and staff brings complete awareness toeveryone. This all starts with their daily routine at work on how todeal with issues like pressure which in return decreases the chancesof having any heart disease. The meals they take is another issue,the awareness of a balanced diet on the watch of cholesterol, fats,and calcium which in general are known as plaque. Plaque as clearlystated it results in the blockage of the arteries. This becomes ofgreat impact since the knowledge will now be passed down to thepatients as well as the selected population (Li & Förstermann,2014).
Developinga patient specific plan fights atherosclerosis to better the life ofthe patient. The key to developing patient-specific plans is to beable to provide the many answers and be helpful in the long term andin this case the health care worker has to understand the demographiccharacteristics associated with a given patient. The use of datacollection or analysis it will be of essential to help one understandthe population better and improve on measures to be taken (Van etal., 2013).
Environmentalchanges also can help out in the decreasing chances of developingatherosclerosis. This all starts with the changes of the constantregular body activities that is a body which is resting activated todo exercise it become a change to the body. The new body activitieswill result in an active body which in return the flow of blood willbe quick. These changes will now create an environmental change thatpromotes the arteries stiffening and in return could delay or evenact as a preventive measure of atherosclerosis (Herbin et al., 2016).
Comparisonof data is relevant for a given health care study. Looking for ahospital or institution that implements atherosclerosis preventivemedicine in their practice and one that does not show some differencein the health care being offered. Short-term study outcome is thatone which implements has a chance to better the lives of the peoplethus reduce atherosclerosis compared to the one that does not meanwhich in return worsen the situation of the patients. The patientswill be able to be checked concerning blood pressure, weight loss,and cholesterol levels. The long-term study is that there is a greatreduction of patients developing atherosclerosis where preventivemedicine has been implemented thus, decrease rate of the patientsthat undergo the preventive education which will be vice versa to theunimplemented practice of preventive medicine.
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