Tertiary prevention anticipation endeavors to decrease the harm brought about by symptomatic illness by concentrating on mental, physical, and social recovery. Dissimilar to auxiliary aversion, which means to anticipate inability, the goal of tertiary anticipation is to expand the remaining abilities and elements of an officially handicapped patient.
Tertiary prevention aims to soften the impact of an ongoing illness or injury that has lasting effects. This is done by helping people manage long-term, often-complex health problems and injuries (e.g. chronic diseases, permanent impairments) in order to improve as much as possible their ability to function, their quality of life and their life expectancy
Related journals of Tertiary prevention
Journal of Clinical Trails,Journal of Preventive Medicine and Public Health, Journal of Preventive Medicine and Hygiene, American Journal of Preventive Medicine