Chinese medicine and modern health care
After the uprising New China the government has devoted much energy to the preparation of medical personnel. Health care cells were established all over the country, thanks to which it was shaped medical and sanitary network in the city and in the countryside . In 1988 it worked all over China 206,000 medical and sanitary units in which it worked 3 million 724 thousand people and there were 2 million 503 thousand beds in hospitals . In recent years, as state health facilities continue to expand, the government has placed even greater emphasis on expanding medical activities. As a result of these activities, in In 1990, 156,000 private doctors worked which gave good results in disease control. Modern clinics and hospitals were established. Huge effectiveness and potency of herbal medicines caused the creation of numerous new herbal pharmacies, which are primarily used by people in case of malaise. It is like first aid, because herbalists offer it simple and effective treatment in many minor diseases. Patients do not need to see a doctor with ailments that can be easily treated .
Development of health care in the Chinese countryside
80% of the Chinese population lives in rural areas, therefore the focus of work in Chinese medical and sanitary ministries is still in the countryside. Currently, almost all counties have their own comprehensive hospitals , anti-epidemic stations, maternity and child health protection stations as well as drug control units. There are polyclinics in the municipalities, and in the villages there are clinics or medical centers. The establishment of poviat, commune and village medical and sanitary networks changed the former state of lack of medical care. At present, most patients can get medical help on the spot. Only a small number of seriously ill people are transferred to hospitals where serious diseases are treated.
Disease prevention and treatment in China
In China smallpox, plague, recurrent fever, malaria, classic cholera, typhus and other acute infectious diseases were basically eliminated. Much progress has been made in combating parasitic, regional and occupational diseases. Due to the development of immune activity, the incidence of some diseases has clearly decreased, such as: anterior horn inflammation of the spinal cord, measles, diphtheria, whooping cough, epidemic B encephalitis.
According to statistical data from 1987. the average life expectancy of the population has increased from 35 years in old China to 69 years (including men 67 and women 71). In the past, the causes of mortality were mainly parasitic and infectious diseases, but now they are diseases of the blood vessels of the brain and heart, as well as malignant neoplasms. At present, Chinese medicine has made some progress in the treatment of these three diseases, in particular: cancer of the esophagus, stomach, liver and nasopharynx. Cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension, coronary heart disease and apoplexy are effectively treated. In the treatment of stomach cancer, China has reached the forefront of the world. High levels have also been achieved in the separate culture of chlamydia trachoma, treatment of severe extensive burns, replantation of severed limbs, extra-corporal culture of the upper skin cell of nasopharyngeal and orthorhombic carcinoma, and treatment of liver cancer with placental globulins A, and non-operative treatment of acute abdominal and abdominal diseases. broken bones by combining traditional Chinese medicine with European medicine.
Currently the Chinese government devotes enormous resources to the exploration of herbal wealth . Herbal preparations and medicines available on the Chinese market are controlled, and advertisements celebrating their therapeutic properties are checked for truthfulness. The Chinese government guarantees the stability of the herb market and ensures the safety of using their beneficial properties.
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