Statistical Analysis of Common Diseases of College Students According to Different Grades
Hongjun Teng, Zhenbo Bao, Hongying Sun, Yu Shi
Available Online February 2017.
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- College students; Common diseases; Different grades; Statistical analysis
- In order to provide basis for medical and health care, the statistical analysis was made on the outpatient visits of the students in grade 2 to 4 in Tianjin Agricultural College from September to December in 2016. The 10 common diseases of colds, upper respiratory tract infection, excessive internal heat, sprain, gastroenteritis, skin irritation, toothache, stomachache, and bronchitis and eye fatigue were analyzed statistically, it found that the incidence of colds, upper respiratory tract infections and excessive internal heat were higher; the incidence of common diseases tended to decrease with the growth of grade. The incidence of upper respiratory tract infection, sprain, stomachache and bronchitis of second grade was higher than that of the third grade and fourth grade, and the incidence of colds, excessive internal heat and skin irritation of fourth-grade was lower than the second and third grade; the reasons are that the low grade students have low self-living ability, lack of health care knowledge, and low immune function. Due to senior students facing heavy academic, PG entrance exam and other academic pressure, the incidence of eye fatigue was higher. Health care workers should adopt appropriate health education measures to improve the health level of college students.
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TY - CONF AU - Hongjun Teng AU - Zhenbo Bao AU - Hongying Sun AU - Yu Shi PY - 2017/02 DA - 2017/02 TI - Statistical Analysis of Common Diseases of College Students According to Different Grades BT - 2016 7th International Conference on Education, Management, Computer and Medicine (EMCM 2016) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 2352-538X UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/emcm-16.2017.217 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/emcm-16.2017.217 ID - Teng2017/02 ER -