Acute and Chronic Illness
KMC primary focus lies in exploring the genetic and molecular mechanisms underlying every condition and achieving a better understanding of the body’s response. We are hands-on in comprehensive inpatient care designed for someone who has an acute and chronic illness, injury, or exacerbation of a disease process.
Targeting prevention and avoid worsening of a specific underlying condition thru early detection by our Health Expert. That includes complete cephalocaudal assessment, intrinsic diagnosis, essential intervention and management. We focus mainly on the well-being of an individual, in which most acute to the chronic diseases which have affected or may affect the future generation.
We practice an exceptional additional analysis to determine the optimal number and severity of a condition which also played an important part in refining measures of the impact of acute to chronic conditions. By which, accurate assessment, diagnosis and management intervention will apply.
A healthy leaving for you is what we aim for. We first improve methods in characterizing and monitoring chronic conditions. In which we therefore manage and reduce pain and suffering. We are here to educate and promote healthy lifestyles and awareness about acute and chronic illnesses or any underlying diseases.
Acute condition symptoms appear and change or worsen rapidly.
A Chronic condition develops and worsens over an extended period of time.
We strive to improve fast recovery from chronic illness and how to manage acute illness all thru out into a healthy promising well-being.
We highlight that prevention is effective in reducing the effect of chronic conditions; in particular, early detection results in less severe outcomes. Clinical preventive services includes:
1. Screening for the existence of the disease or predisposition to its development
2. Counselling and immunizations against infectious agents.
3. Lifestyle (positive approach in life, daily habit, food intake and Sanitation)
Who are at risk?
While risk factors vary with age and gender, most of the common chronic diseases are caused by dietary, lifestyle and metabolic risk factors that are also responsible for the resulting mortality. Therefore, these conditions might be prevented by behavioral changes, such as quitting smoking, adopting a healthy diet, and increasing physical activity. Also social factors, e.g., socioeconomic status, education level, and race/ethnicity, are a major cause for the disparities observed in the care of chronic disease. Lack of access and delay in receiving care result in worse outcomes for patients from minorities and underserved populations. Those barriers to medical care complicate patients monitoring and continuity in treatment.
Don’t and never hesitate to visit KMC health expert, we are more delighted to serve you.
You Must Know
Chronic illness are a significant burden to the economy. A particular concern is the rising rates of overweight and obesity. Obesity itself is a medical condition and not a disease, but it constitutes a major risk factor for developing chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, stroke, cardiovascular disease and cancers.