In 2004 and 2014, the patient presented himself at our clinic with disease flare-ups
, and we diagnosed RHS concomitantly.
ORLANDO--Vitamin D may protect patients with inflammatory bowel disease from serious disease flare-ups
, investigators reported at the annual Digestive Disease Week.
In addition, "the unpredictable nature and immediacy of chronic disease flare-ups
call for real-time information on health status." The commercial disease-management programs, with their relative inflexibility, often failed to provide services before patients sought costly acute and/or inpatient care elsewhere.
If they do not work, apportioning blame to countries or regions for disease flare-ups
can result in social, political, cultural, and economic consequences that in the past have turned out to be unjustified, unfair, and ultimately detrimental (8).
Those who were given the new treatment, showed significant improvement in the lung function, quality of life and a reduction in disease flare-ups
Responding to disease flare-ups
in a hospital environment is unsustainable.
were reported as occurring at least once in the previous year by 75 per cent of young respondents and 24 per cent suffered more than four flare-ups in the last year.
Caused by viruses, it can also lead to dangerous complications--such as viral or bacterial pneumonia--that can trigger heart disease flare-ups
. People with CVD are more likely to die from flu than patients with any other chronic condition, according to the advisory.
Typical medical management of disease flare-ups
require hospitalisation, powerful drugs and morphine-based painkillers.
So, too, as long as a person with MS continues to use immunotherapy, disease flare-ups
can be reduced.
Stress may precede the onset of disease flare-ups
. Adult health and advanced practice nurses should focus on assessing patients for symptoms of stress, identifying methods of coping when faced with stress, and implementing a variety of stress-reduction techniques.