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LES MALADIE

dans le monde il ya plusieurs maladie, la sincérité fortement étant consacrée pour améliorer la sante des homme, il est dit dans le préambule de l'ocote constitutif de l'organisation mondiale de al sante (oms)que la possession du meilleur état de sante que tout être humain est capable d'atteindre constitue l'un de ses droits fondamentaux et que les gouvernements ont responsabilités de la sante de leur peuples et ne peuvent s'en acquitter qu'en prenant des mesures sanitaires et sociales appropriées
maladie chronique dans les le monde.

ex 1 les maladie chronique
Entre 2010 et 2020, les décès à la suite de maladies non transmissibles devraient augmenter de près de 15 % dans le monde. L’Assemblée mondiale de la Santé, dont fait partie le appuyé une stratégie mondiale de lutte contre les maladies non transmissibles de l’OMS et a publié récemment une stratégie mondiale pour l’alimentation, l’exercice physique et la santé. Ces deux stratégies, auxquelles doit participer, reconnaissent les maladies chroniques comme un enjeu mondial influencé par de nombreux facteurs.
• incapacités et décès attribuables aux quatre principales maladies évitables , cardiopathies, cancer, maladies respiratoires et diabète , se chiffre à environ 45 milliards de dollars par année. Quant à leur incidence sur la qualité de vie, on ne peut la mesurer. Mais si ces maladies comptent parmi les problèmes de santé les plus courants et coûteux, ce sont aussi les plus évitables.
• Les personnes âgées
Le nombre de maladies chroniques, et non l’âge, est un important facteur contribuant à la quantité des soins requis par la personne âgée.
Les personnes âgées avec une comorbidité élevée (trois maladies chroniques ou plus) sont en moins bonne santé, utilisent plus de médicaments sur ordonnance et requièrent plus de visites en soins de santé parmi les personnes âgées ayant des maladies chroniques. Les personnes âgées qui consomment cinq médicaments sur ordonnance ou plus sont plus à risque d’effets secondaires requérant une consultation médicale que les personnes âgées consommant moins de médicaments.
Moins de la moitié des personnes âgées souffrant de maladies chroniques ont rapporté avoir discuté de leurs traitements avec leur médecin ou avoir discuté avec leur médecin d’un plan de traitement ,Il a été démontré que les programmes qui utilisent une approche multiple pour aborder l’activité physique et l’alimentation sont plus profitables pour des enfants Une approche générale de la santé dans les écoles engendre une plus grande réussite scolaire, une meilleure santé, un plus grand bien-être et une meilleure qualité de vie. De plus, cela aide à réduire à long terme les pressions sur notre système de soins de santé .

Ex 2 Les maladie infectieuse
-l’ebola,tuberculose,paludisme,rougeole.
Dans le monde
Les maladies infectieuses sont responsables dans le monde de 17 millions de décès par an, soit un tiers de la mortalité et 43 % des décès dans les pays en voie de développement (contre 1 % dans les pays industrialisés). Les six maladies suivantes représentent 90 % des décès par maladies infectieuses dans le monde.3

English translation by community member LightMyWay

Diseases

In the world there are many sicknesses. Most efforts are reserved for improving men’s health. The Preamble of the Constitution of the World Health Organization (WHO) says that having the best health any human being is capable of having is one of the basic human rights and that governments are responsible for the health of their people and can only be let off the hook if they’ve taken all appropriate sanitary and social measures.

Chronic Illness in the World

Example 1: Non-communicable (Chronic) Diseases
Between 2010 and 2020, global deaths due to non-communicable diseases will increase almost 15%. The World Health Assembly, which is part of the WHO and supports a global strategy for fighting non-communicable diseases, has recently published a global strategy on nutrition, physical exercise and health. These two strategies, which we should participate in, recognize chronic diseases as a global issue influenced by a number of factors
--Disabilities and death attributable to the four main avoidable diseases (heart attacks, cancer, respiratory disease and diabetes) cost approximately 45 billion dollars a year. As for their impact on quality of life, that can’t be measures. But if these illnesses are among the most frequent and costly of health problems, they are also among the most avoidable.
--Senior citizens. The number of chronic diseases, and not age, is an important factor contributing to the amount of care needed by senior citizens. Senior citizens with an increased incidence of chronic diseases (3 or more) are in poorer health, take more prescription medication, and require more healthcare visits than other senior citizens with chronic illnesses. Senior citizens who take 5 or more prescription medications are more at risk of side effects requiring medical consultation than are those who take fewer prescription medications.
Fewer than half of all senior citizens with chronic illnesses have reported discussing their treatment or treatment plans with their doctor. It has been proven that programs using a varied approach to encourage physical activity and proper nutrition are more beneficial for children. Even a general approach to healthy living in schools produces greater scholastic success, better health, a greater sense of well-being and better quality of life. In addition, in the long run, this will help reduce the pressures on our healthcare system.

Example 2: Infectious Disease
--Ebola, tuberculosis, malaria, measles
Worldwide, infectious diseases are responsible for 17 million deaths a year, which is a third of the mortality rate and is 43% of deaths in developing countries (as compared to 1% in industrialized nations). The following 6 illnesses account for 90% of infectious disease deaths in the world.

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LightMyWay's picture

Merci

Ma chère Joséphine,

Les faits et les chiffres que vous avez partagés sont étonnants. Est-ce que ces renseignements viennent du site Web de l’OMS ? Je voudrais en savoir plus. Je m’intéresse aussi à savoir, est-ce que les cardiopathies et le diabète sont de grands problèmes chez vous ? Pareil pour les personnes âgées qui utilisent trop de médicaments—c’est une crise dans votre pays aussi ? Je l’avais cru un problème seulement dans les pays comme les Etats-Unis (où j’habite) parce que souvent nous mangeons trop, nous ne bougeons pas assez, nous sommes de quelques manières plus paresseux et plus dépendants que d’autre personnes partout dans le monde car nous avons tant de voitures, tant de nourriture, tant de machines pour faire notre travail, etc…..mais le fléau vous touche également ? C’est vraiment dommage. Merci d’avoir renseigné vos amis sur World Pulse avec ces infos. On continue à vous écouter !

Sincèrement,
LightMyWay
(Lydia)

LightMyWay's picture

TRADUCTION/TRANSLATION: Diseases

In the world there are many sicknesses. Most efforts are reserved for improving men’s health. The Preamble of the Constitution of the World Health Organization (WHO) says that having the best health any human being is capable of having is one of the basic human rights and that governments are responsible for the health of their people and can only be let off the hook if they’ve taken all appropriate sanitary and social measures.

Chronic Illness in the World

Example 1: Non-communicable (Chronic) Diseases
Between 2010 and 2020, global deaths due to non-communicable diseases will increase almost 15%. The World Health Assembly, which is part of the WHO and supports a global strategy for fighting non-communicable diseases, has recently published a global strategy on nutrition, physical exercise and health. These two strategies, which we should participate in, recognize chronic diseases as a global issue influenced by a number of factors
--Disabilities and death attributable to the four main avoidable diseases (heart attacks, cancer, respiratory disease and diabetes) cost approximately 45 billion dollars a year. As for their impact on quality of life, that can’t be measures. But if these illnesses are among the most frequent and costly of health problems, they are also among the most avoidable.
--Senior citizens. The number of chronic diseases, and not age, is an important factor contributing to the amount of care needed by senior citizens. Senior citizens with an increased incidence of chronic diseases (3 or more) are in poorer health, take more prescription medication, and require more healthcare visits than other senior citizens with chronic illnesses. Senior citizens who take 5 or more prescription medications are more at risk of side effects requiring medical consultation than are those who take fewer prescription medications.
Fewer than half of all senior citizens with chronic illnesses have reported discussing their treatment or treatment plans with their doctor. It has been proven that programs using a varied approach to encourage physical activity and proper nutrition are more beneficial for children. Even a general approach to healthy living in schools produces greater scholastic success, better health, a greater sense of well-being and better quality of life. In addition, in the long run, this will help reduce the pressures on our healthcare system.

Example 2: Infectious Disease
--Ebola, tuberculosis, malaria, measles
Worldwide, infectious diseases are responsible for 17 million deaths a year, which is a third of the mortality rate and is 43% of deaths in developing countries (as compared to 1% in industrialized nations). The following 6 illnesses account for 90% of infectious disease deaths in the world.

JOSEPHINE SEMBEYA's picture

Bonjour

oui,ces renseignement veinnent du site web de l'oms,merci d'avoir lire mon journal

josephine

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