Prevention of Diabetic Eye Disease

1. Check fundus regularly, pay attention to the change of sight

It is suggested that patients with Diabetes should have a dilated eye exam every year. Patients with type ⅠDiabetes, when after puberty, should check eyebase regularly. Patients with type ⅡDiabetes, should check eyebase once a year or follow the doctor’s advice after five years from paroxysm. If you feel unusually in your eye, please go to see an eye doctor as soon as possible. And you have to shorten the interval time of examination, such as check semiannually or once every three months.

2. Early treatment

If there are eye disease complications, you must follow the doctor’s advice, take drugs timely and do necessary examinations, such as fundus fluorescein angiography and so on.

If laser treatment is needed, you must obey the doctor’s guidance. Non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy can be treated with local laser treatment. If it is proliferative diabetic retinopathy already, panretinal photocoagulation treatment is necessary, to prevent complications of fundus hemorrhage, new vascular glaucoma and other serious complications. When fundus hemorrhage is not absorbed, and vitrectomy surgery is needed, you have to make a decision to follow the doctor’s arrangement.

3. Control of blood glucose, blood pressure and blood fat

Treat Diabetes actively, and keep blood sugar levels under control. At the same time, blood pressure must be controlled strictly, blood fat should be lowered down, and diet should be adjusted. Eat more food contained high quality of protein, eat less food contained fat. Try your best to put off the attack diabetic retinopathy.

Diabetic retinopathy is a major disease leading to blindness, but if patients with Diabetes can detect timely and be treated with right therapy, most of them can get rid of danger of blindness. So, prevention of Diabetic Eye Disease is very important.

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