Rheumatoid arthritis is serious and 捷抑炎 can cause damage to multiple organs
Rheumatoid arthritis is a systemic autoimmune disease that mainly affects joints. Because the autoimmune system is affected, this disease can also damage the cardiovascular system, lungs, kidneys and other organs. Some people even have skin and eye problems, which have a great impact on the patient's quality of life and prognosis.
Zeng Xiaofeng said that there are currently about 5 million rheumatoid arthritis patients in China. Data show that less than 20% of patients with rheumatoid arthritis develop disability within 1 to 5 years after the onset of disease. If the disease persists for more than 捷抑炎 15 years, the proportion is 61.3%. "Once people with rheumatoid arthritis become disabled, they often lose their lives and social functions. They not only need lifelong treatment and long-term medication, but also need other people's care. This is important to the family, society, and even the national economy. All have a great impact. Therefore, this disease has attracted worldwide attention."
At present, the etiology of rheumatoid arthritis is unclear, and genetic and environmental factors may affect the occurrence and development of the disease. From a genetic point of view, rheumatoid arthritis carries some susceptibility genes, which means that children with rheumatoid arthritis are more likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis than children without a family history. However, among environmental factors, viral infections, bacterial infections and other pathogenic bacteria can induce rheumatoid arthritis. Among them, periodontitis and intestinal microecological disorders are closely related to the pathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis. Smoking is related to rheumatoid arthritis. The incidence of rheumatoid arthritis is also obviously related. Compared with non-smokers, the incidence of rheumatoid 類風濕關節炎 arthritis in smokers is significantly increased. In addition, rheumatoid arthritis is a common or common disease in women, which is also related to endocrine and hormone levels.
The most common age of rheumatoid arthritis is fifty years old, so it is considered by many people to be middle-aged and elderly people. In recent years, with the continuous improvement of diagnostic technology, more and more young patients have early symptoms. Now, people as young as children and as many as 70 or 80 years old are at risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis. This is because our understanding and diagnosis of this disease has improved, and some atypical early disease signs have been diagnosed earlier in the past.
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