The overall objective of preventive medicine is to ensure the elimination of disease, either by preventing the opportunities for disease occurrence or by halting a disease and mitigating complications after its onset. This starts as early as infancy, ensuring frequent screenings for occult disease that can be intervened upon as soon as possible and preventing complications such as nutritional deficiencies and visual deficits.
Preventive management includes establishing a rapport with adolescent populations and continuing that relationship into adulthood, at which point guideline-based screening for cancers should be completed on a regular basis, and clinically indicated labs should be drawn to prevent progression of diseases like hypercholesterolemia and diabetes.
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