SKDS - Prolonged high blood glucose levels due to insufficient insulin or insufficient insulin can damage small blood vessels. Meanwhile, the eye is nourished by the small blood vessels.
On 5/13/2017, Department of Endocrinology - Diabetes, Bach Mai Hospital will organize free blood capillary blood test for people right at the hospital during the Club of patients with diabetes with the topic " Give wings to diabetic diabetic eyes. "
At this Diabetes Club meeting, people will get free capillary blood tests, receive lecture notes, listen directly to the Department of Endocrinology and ophthalmology faculty. At the same time ask questions, discuss issues related to diabetes, reward riddles, and participate in yoga activities laugh,...
According to endocrinologists - diabetes mellitus, diabetes mellitus is increasing worldwide, disease not only affects the health and quality of life of patients but also the burden of economic - Each country's society. During the development of diabetes can cause many eye diseases. One of them can be referred to as retinopathy, cataracts, glocom ... This is also considered to be the leading cause of blindness in people with diabetes.
Diabetes can cause many eye diseases. . Ảnh minh họa.
Increased blood glucose levels due to insufficient insulin or insufficient insulin can damage small blood vessels. Meanwhile, the eye is nourished by the small blood vessels. At the same time, high blood glucose levels tend to draw water into the blood vessels to dilute blood sugar levels causing haemorrhaging, edema, and blurring of the lens of the eye.
However, when you see these signs most patients do not realize that they are suffering from diabetes complications but simply because of old age or other diseases.
To prevent diabetes, experts recommend that every person should have a healthy diet, maintain a healthy weight, improve physical activity for at least 30 minutes a day, no smoking, and Do not abuse alcohol to prevent diabetes in particular as well as non-communicable diseases in general.
In addition, regular health checks and blood glucose tests at health facilities, especially those over 40, are the most effective way to detect early disease.
People with diabetes will still be able to stay healthy and have a normal life if they are found early, adhere to medication, and follow a physician's diet.
HOPLUS is pleased to announce the release of Diabetes Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB).