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Abstract

STANDARD TREATMENT GUIDELINES FOR CHRONIC DISEASES

V. Satyanarayana*, Dr. D. Rama Brahma Reddy, K. Swathi Sri, B. Narendrakumar, S. Sneha

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By the definition of the US national centre for health statistics, a disease persists for a long time that is lasting for three months or more called chronic disease. Chronic diseases generally cannot be prevented by vaccines/cured by medication nor do they just disappear Approximately 25% of the adult population will have hypertension for every 60 seconds a new diabetic is diagnosed, COPD accounts for 4.7 million hospital days per year, schizophrenia quoted as 1% in general population arthritis affects nearly 21 million population of aged and elderly people As the prevalence of chronic diseases is high in worldwide population certain standard treatment guidelines were framed to bringout desired therapeutic outcomes and safety of individuals In this article standard treatment guidelines of hypertension, diabetes mellitus arthritis, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) and schizophrenia were discussed along with agents, dose, mechanism of action, adverse effects and precautions to be taken during therapy.

Keywords: Chronic diseases, prevalence, standard treatment guidelines, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, arthritis, COPD, schizophrenia.


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