The study revealed that the number of organs with MODS showed positive correlation with numbers of chronic diseases (r=0.375, P<0.01), and that number of MODS and MODS scores were negatively correlative to survive periods (r =-0.389, P<0.01; r=-0.505, P<0.01).
The study revealed that quantity of organs with MOP showed positive correlation with sorts of chronic diseases existed prior, (R=0.374,P＜O.01 ),and negative correlation were detected between quantity of MOF,MOF scores and survive periods (R=-0.388,P<0.01; R=-0.504,P＜0.01) through correlation analysis.
The mostly effect reasons are excessive-embryo-pregnancy(26.7%)、amnion-early-break(21.4%)、combine-symptom in pregnancy(12.6%)、practice-premature(3.1%)、chronic illness in gestation(1.28%) and unclear reason (34.9%).
Method Male patients aged 20 -30, having no acute or chronic illness, having uncompleted impacted teeth, having no acute peri-coronitis were divided into group A(gelatin sponge of iodoformwas used), group B(gelatin sponge was used) and group C( nothing was used) to prevent dry socket by blind method and the rates of dry socket attack were observed of each group.
Type 1 diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease characterized by autoimmune degradation of insulinproducing β-cells.
Stress was divided into acute stress, (somatic stress, civil stress and work stress) and chronic stress (having a chronic disease, disability pension, being a single parent or providing long term nursing care for someone in the family).
In contrast, chronic disease epidemiologists increasingly use measures of clustering, like multimorbidity (cluster) coefficients, to study comorbidity.
German investigations have shown that 1/3 of the population older than 65 years suffers from 3-4 chronic diseases, 98% of the population older than 80 years from one chronic disease.
Regarding the causality of the services it could be assessed that consequences of a chronic disease, for example drug addiction or carcinomas, were the reason for contacting an emergency doctor in 29.3% of the patients.
In both genders, no significant class differences were found in depression, health status or prevalence of chronic illness.
Objective: The aim was to analyze how major depressive episode (MDE), chronic illness and their co-existence are associated with health care use in young people.
Results: Of the study population, 43.7% (n=439) reported recent use of services for physical illness, the highest proportion being among respondents with both MDE and chronic illness (73.9 %).
Young people suffering from both MDE and chronic illness are likely to use services other than psychiatric services, and systematic screening for depressive symptoms in these treatment settings is recommended.
Especially at times of high energy requirements such as acute or chronic illness, this results in an energy deficit and general malnutrition.