Diabetes can snatch your eyesight
Seven million people suffer from diabetes in the country. This is the fifth major cause of eye disease. Patients of diabetes should definitely check the veil of the eye once a year. If there is no control over it then the risk of blindness (blindness) increases significantly. This information was given by Dr Vivek Kanojia, senior director of PGI Eye Department on Sunday.
Up to 70 percent of the patients come
Dr. Kumudini Sharma, Head of PG Eye Disease Department said that more than 70 patients of diabetes daily visit the institute from the institute of the institute. Of these, 60 to 70 percent of diabetic patients have difficulty in screening eye screen. That is, these diabetics have the risk of getting eyeballs. In this way they are treated immediately. Dr. Lalit Verma, chairman of the committee from Delhi; Dr. Prashant Bawankule, President of Maharashtra ophthalmology; Dr. Ish Bhatia of PGI, Dr. Himanshu Shukla, Dr. Shobhit Chawla, Dr. Amit Porwal, Dr. Madhu Bhadauriya, Dr. Rajesh Principal doctors shared their thoughts and suggestions, including Sahay, Dr. Gaurav Nigam, Dr. Shobhit Kakkar, Dr. Upsam Goyal, Dr. Sanjeev Hansraj, Dr. Samarth Agarwal and Dr. Kamaljit Singh.
Diabetes can snatch your eyesight $ New technology for treatment
Continuous Medical Education (CME) was organized on the subject ‘Identity and treatment of blindness’ due to Hydibiotics in PGI on behalf of All India ophthalmological Society Academic and Research Committee. The Committee Coordinator Dr Vikas Kanojia said that in this CME, the government and non-governmental doctors from Uttar Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh have reached. It was told that the risk of diabetes is inflammation of the eyes of the patient, the presence of blood in the eye increases the risk of light going. In such a case, the doctor should immediately examine the patient and start treatment with the patient’s better and new technique. Development said that after swelling, three times in the eye for one month or so, injections can be prevented from the disease by new technology.
20 percent of youth find trouble
PGI Dr. Dipendra, Dr. Priyadarshini Mishra and Dr. Alok Pratap Singh said that 20 per cent of young patients are also having trouble in the eyes. This is 20 percent of those who are suffering from diabetes. Their sugar, blood pressure control is not there. It is also reported that patients who have diabetes for more than 10 years and they are unable to control the disease, 50 per cent of them can be the eyesight of the people. If patients with diabetes appear to be blurred then they should immediately check with the eye specialist.