What are major goals of the therapeutic management of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis? 1 to prevent joint discomfort and regain proper alignment 2 to prevent loss of joint function and achieve cure 3 to prevent physical deformity and preserve joint function 4 to prevent skin breakdown and relieve symptoms
1,2,3 are correct
Explanation: Juvenile rheumatoid Arthritis is a type of arthritis which causes joint inflammation and stiffness of joint for period of time.
The joints involved are the joints of the wrist, feets, shoulder, elbow, knees and ankles.
Normally, children outgrow Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Although, it can affect bone development in a growing child.
Its symptoms are; pain and swelling of joints, rash, fever, joint stiff and weight loss.
It has nothing to do with skin, but the joint