Influencing Factors of Patients with Chronic Diseases from Multiple Perspectives- Evidence from China

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Juan Luo, Lulu Shan

Abstract

Objective: To investigate the influencing factors of chronic disease patients from multiple perspectives.
Methods:1660 cases were sampled by stratified cluster random sampling, 655 of them had one or more chronic diseases, the prevalence rate was 39.5%.
Results: Sex, age, BIM, education and soon were significant influencing factors of chronic diseases from the point of view of personal characteristics; from the point of view of behavior characteristics, the longer sleep at night, the lower the probability of chronic diseases; sedentary will increase the prevalence, smoking people with chronic diseases the disease rate is higher,and the chronic disease rate is higher in the non-drinking population; from the perspective of social support, both objective support and emotional support have a significant impact on the probability of chronic disease.
Conclusion: The prevalence of chronic diseases among residents in a certain district of China is high, so we should focus on the elderly with poor self-health evaluation, bad living habits and lack of social support, improve the level of prevention and treatment of chronic diseases, and improve the status of prevention and control of chronic diseases among local residents in a certain district of China.

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Juan Luo, Lulu Shan. (2021). Influencing Factors of Patients with Chronic Diseases from Multiple Perspectives- Evidence from China. CONVERTER, 2021(7), 524-531. Retrieved from http://converter-magazine.info/index.php/converter/article/view/531
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