Public health service is a low-cost service, but it is also a service with a relatively long return period of social benefits. It is far from ordinary medical services.
65-year-old health management
Free health checkups for residents aged 60 years and over within the jurisdiction, including: ①Lifestyle and health assessment. Understand the basic health status, lifestyle, treatment of chronic diseases, current medication and self-care ability of the elderly. ②Physical examination. Including routine examinations such as blood pressure, weight, cardiopulmonary, abdomen, etc., and make rough measurements of vision, hearing and motor function. ③ Auxiliary inspection. Including blood routine, urine routine, liver function, kidney function, fasting blood glucose, blood lipids, electrocardiogram and B-ultrasound for the elderly over 65 years old. ④Health guidance. Provide advice to elderly people who are found to have abnormalities during physical examinations, and provide health guidance such as healthy lifestyles and self-management of chronic diseases.
Hypertension Health Management Pressure Management
For patients with primary hypertension over 35 years of age and health management, including ① providing face-to-face follow-up management, measuring blood pressure and assessing whether there are critical symptoms, understanding the patient's lifestyle and taking medication. ② Classify intervention. Give medication guidance and follow-up to patients with unsatisfactory blood pressure control or adverse drug reactions. Conduct health education for all patients and formulate lifestyle improvement goals together. ③ Perform a physical examination, including routine examinations of blood pressure, cardiopulmonary, abdomen, weight, etc., and evaluate the management effect.
Type 2 diabetes management
Health management for diabetic patients in the jurisdiction, including 1. Provide face-to-face follow-up management, and measure blood sugar to assess whether there are complications, understand the patient's lifestyle and medication. 2. Give medication guidance to patients with unsatisfactory blood glucose control or adverse drug reactions, and follow up. Conduct health education for all patients and formulate lifestyle improvement goals together. 3. Perform a physical examination, including routine examinations of blood pressure, cardiopulmonary, abdomen, weight, etc., and evaluate the management effect.