Chronic care encompasses the diseases that often cause the most morbidity and mortality around the world. Constant counseling and vigilance are important in the management of chronic disease. For example, if a patient with hypertension for the past 10 years suddenly becomes uncontrolled, the astute physician must be aware enough to ask appropriate questions before continuing to treat aggressively.
Many chronic diseases require longitudinal management and have step-up therapies based on the severity of illness, and guidelines are always changing. It is important to understand the pathophysiology and progression of a chronic disease so you can critically assess each patient individually, rather than treating them blindly based on the guidelines.
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