By Stewart Mercer, Chris Salisbury, Martin Fortin
ABC of Multimorbidity is the 1st identify to supply fundamental care practitioners with a realistic method of the complicated problems with treating and handling sufferers with multiple morbidity.
Ageing populations and previous prognosis of power stipulations suggest extra individuals are dwelling longer with multimorbidity. despite the fact that, remedy instructions are frequently designed for therapy in isolation of alternative morbidities. Multimorbidity administration as a result calls for a extra sufferer concentrated procedure and bigger wisdom and coordination of current prone. potent multimorbidity administration either improves total sufferer healthiness and decreases the general call for on well-being services.
ABC of Multimorbidity examines how multimorbidities could be addressed inside of fundamental care, from the GP and family members health care professional session via to the potent use of a number wellbeing and fitness care...
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There is an increasing dissonance between the way that health services are designed and the needs of the patients that they serve. In this book, we seek to explore some of these issues, which provide a fundamental challenge to almost every aspect of medicine from national policy about how health care should be provided to the conduct of each individual consultation between a patient and their doctor. We will discuss research on the prevalence of multimorbidity and factors associated with this. Subsequent chapters consider how multimorbidity has an impact on patients, the relationship between physical and mental health problems and how managing multiple health problems concurrently can create a heavy burden of treatment for patients.
For developing countries, the prevalence of multimorbidity may also be expected to rise further, as the life expectancy continues to increase chronic diseases become more frequent. Multimorbidity has many consequences and it is related to greater use of healthcare services. The high prevalence of multimorbidity thus results in more frequent consultations; in general practice, most consultations – up to as much as 80% – concern patients with multimorbidity. To inform clinicians, researchers and policy makers, knowledge about frequent combinations of diseases – the so-called clusters or patterns of multimorbidity – is essential, given that there are about 10 000 recognized single diseases and the resulting quantity of potential combinations.
2012. Reproduced with permission of Elsevier. Less consistently, women have been reported to have a higher prevalence of multimorbidity compared with that of men. Other risk factors – although studied scarcely – include mental health problems and a high external health locus of control. Some studies suggest that a high internal health locus of control and factors such as a larger social network and living with a family might be seen as protective factors. g. increased mortality), such as loneliness and cognitive status, have not as yet been found to be related to an increased risk for multimorbidity.
ABC of Multimorbidity by Stewart Mercer, Chris Salisbury, Martin Fortin