With the aging of the social population structure and fast-food lifestyle, the incidence of acute myocardial infarction and stroke is increasing, bringing a heavy burden on families and society. In order to strengthen awareness of prevention, early control of risk factors, popularization of a healthy lifestyle, comprehensive management of the front end of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases (hypertension, hyperlipidemia, etc.), and control of the middle end of the disease (atrial fibrillation, stable crowns) Heart disease, etc.), prevent volcanic eruption of cardiovascular events: the occurrence of diseases such as acute myocardial infarction, acute cerebral infarction. The Department of Neurology and Cardiovascular Medicine has jointly held patient associations since 2018, and has won praise from patients and their families.
At 2:00 pm on December 23, 2019, the Department of Neurology and Cardiovascular Medicine jointly launched the second Cardio-Cerebrovascular Friendship Association in the third conference room. More than 50 patients participated in this meeting.
At the beginning of the event, Chen Xiaohong, the head nurse of the internal medicine section, welcomed the patients who came to the association first, and pointed out that the cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases have become a huge killer threatening human health. Many people with hypertension and hyperlipidemia are concealed due to the onset of disease, holding a fluent mentality and neglecting to seek medical treatment, but they do not know that this is the early signal of acute myocardial infarction and stroke. The purpose of holding this patient meeting today is to hope that everyone will change their lifestyles and achieve "early prevention, early detection, early diagnosis, and early treatment."
At the meeting, Rao Huihui, a health educator for cardiology, and Zhou Jing, the responsible team leader for neurology, explained to patients about "Health Education for Coronary Heart Disease" and "How Far is Stroke from Us?" The limb movements explained the typical clinical manifestations and prevention methods of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.