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Diabetic Eye Exam
 
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Be sure to check out more videos from Doctor Eye Health for the best tips and education about the eyes and vision products. Remember to subscribe! PRO -TIP The Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT) showed that strict control of blood sugar with insulin (In type 1 diabetes) decreases the progression of diabetic retinopathy, as well as nephropathy and neuropathy. -So the better a diabetic’s blood sugar is controlled, whether that is with diet, exercise, and/or medication, the less chance of developing diabetic eye disease and other systemic complications. time Jump 0:57 Intro to Diabetes 2:10 What is Diabetes; Type 1 and Type 2 2:53 How Diabetes affects the eyes 3:28 Review of Ocular Anatomy 4:48 Stages of Retinopathy 5:35 Mild Nonproliferative Diabetic Retinopathy 6:48 Moderate Nonproliferative Diabetic Retinopathy 8:12 Severe Nonproliferative Diabetic Retinopathy 9:26 Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy 10:17 Diabetic Macular Edema 12:07 Cataracts, Glaucoma, Hyperopic Shift 13:33 Importance of Dilation 14:22 Treatment 16:24 Follow up or how often to be seen 17:28 How to Prevent Retinopathy and DCCT Study Findings 18:26 Thank You FACEBOOK PAGE — Be sure to check out eye health and topics posted at this page https://www.facebook.com/doctoreyehealth Let’s Connect! Dr. Allen on Social Media: https://instagram.com/doctoreyehealth https://www.facebook.com/doctoreyehealth https://twitter.com/doctoreyehealth Attribution Retinal photos from the RetinaGallery Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, Florida James L. Perron, C.R.A. MEDICAL ADVICE DISCLAIMER: All content in this video and description including: infor­ma­tion, opinions, con­tent, ref­er­ences and links is for infor­ma­tional pur­poses only. The Author does not pro­vide any med­ical advice on the Site. Access­ing, viewing, read­ing or oth­er­wise using this content does NOT cre­ate a physician-patient rela­tion­ship between you and it’s author. Pro­vid­ing per­sonal or med­ical infor­ma­tion to the Principal author does not cre­ate a physician-patient rela­tion­ship between you and the Principal author or authors. Noth­ing con­tained in this video or it’s description is intended to estab­lish a physician-patient rela­tion­ship, to replace the ser­vices of a trained physi­cian or health care pro­fes­sional, or oth­er­wise to be a sub­sti­tute for pro­fes­sional med­ical advice, diag­no­sis, or treatment. You should con­sult a licensed physi­cian or appropriately-credentialed health care worker in your com­mu­nity in all mat­ters relat­ing to your health. About This Video: In this video Joseph J. Allen, O.D discusses how diabetes affects the eyes and why a dilated eye exam is needed. If you are researching how diabetes can hurt the eyes, check out this video. The subject of diabetes can be very complex and many people don’t understand how uncontrolled blood sugars can hurt the eyes. In this video, you’ll learn about the different stages of diabetic retinopathy, what your doctor may see during the exam, and the possible treatments. #Doctoreyehealth #diabetes #eyehealth #Retina
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What happens during a diabetic eye exam?
 
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Team Type 1's Kyle Rose gets an eye exam from Dr. Sasha Pen. Dr. Pen explains what he's looking for during a diabetic eye exam and why it's so important.
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Animation: Detecting diabetic retinopathy through a dilated eye exam
 
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Early signs of diabetic retinopathy can be detected through a comprehensive dilated eye exam.
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Diabetes  Eye Exam 1
 
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Know this information when you go to your next eye exam if you have Diabetes
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The Diabetes Exam
 
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A video on the main points of the Diabetes Exam. The video was created as part of the Top Hat Tutorials app, a new doctor and student designed guide to the clinical examinations in medicine and surgery. ‘TOP HAT TUTORIALS’ is available in the Apple, Google and Windows app stores today. Reached number 1 medical app in its first week of launch! A must have for medical students no matter where they are studying. Download using the following links: Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/top-hat-tutorials/id1077934648?ls=1&mt=8 Google: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.q7976DE&hl=en-GB Windows: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/top-hat-tutorials/9nblggh5h2z6
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Ask An Eye Doc: Can you detect diabetes through an eye exam?
 
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Dr. Riegel shares that diabetes, which affects blood vessels, can be detected through an eye exam because the eyes are the only place on the body where there is an unobstructed view of blood vessels. If you have a general question for the eye doctor, let us know! Make sure to use #AskAnEyeDoc in your post if you're not commenting below. Disclaimer: Information received through VSP Vision Care's social media channels does not constitute medical advice, medical recommendations, diagnosis or treatment. If you are looking for an eye doctor, you can find one near you here: https://goo.gl/YuGZFB
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Discovering Diabetes With An Eye Exam
 
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People with diabetes are at a high risk of going blind. Ophthalmologist Dr. Darin Smith describes how an eye doctor can easily detect signs of diabetes in a regular eye exam. Dr. Smith also explains why those already diagnosed with diabetes should see an eye doctor yearly to manage the progression of this condition. For more health information visit www.drbobshow.com.
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Dilation Eye Drops - Diabetic Eye Screening
 
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Dilation Drops – the eye drops make your pupils larger to ensure the images we capture are clear. The eye drops can cause blurriness and sensitivity to light for up to 6 hours – do not drive in this time. Eye screening is a key part of diabetes care to check for diabetic retinopathy a condition that can lead to sight loss if it's not detected early and treated. All diabetic patients in the UK aged 12 and over should have an annual screening appointment. https://www.emiscare.com/patients/diabetic-eye-screening
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Diabetes Eye Specialist in Burnsville - What to Expect at your Diabetic Eye Exam
 
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Complete Family Eyecare | 13971 W. Preserve Blvd. Burnsville MN 55337 | (952) 562-8116 | https://completeeyecaremn.com Hello, my name is Dr. Steven Reinders optometrist and owner of the eye clinic located in Burnsville, and also serving the areas of Prior Lake, Savage, Apple Valley and Eagan. In recent years, there has been a dramatic increase in the incidents of diabetes in the general population. Diabetes can cause significant retinal disease which can be visually devastating. Diabetes can also increase the risk of glaucoma and cataracts. If you or a family member has been diagnosed with diabetes, it's important you have your eyes thoroughly examined by an experienced optometrist,having an eye exam performed at least once per year. Diabetes can damage small capillary beds inside the eye underneath the retina. New blood vessels then grow into these ischemic areas called neovascularization of the retina. It is these new blood vessels that break and leak, causing hemorrhages , vision loss and diabetic retinal disease. As part of your diabetic eye examination, your pupils will be dilated and all structures within the eye will be inspected. Also, retinal photographs will be obtained to document the normal retina for baseline purposes, or to record progression of any retinal disease. In addition to assessing the impact of diabetes on your eyes, we can also tell from the retinal health how much diabetes is affecting the rest of the body. The eye can be considered a window into the rest of the body, hence diabetic retinal diseases often assigned to other structures inside the body may being damaged such as kidneys or other organs. For further information on diabetes and the eyes or to view many of our other informative videos, please visit our website at https://completeeyecaremn.com
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Getting annual eye exam can pick up warning signs of diabetes, Alzheimer's disease
 
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A device that is used to examine the back of the retina can pick up warning signs of diabetes, and research shows it can also pick up changes in the structure of the eye that are linked to Alzheimer’s disease.
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Eye Exams Can Detect Diabetes
 
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More cases of diabetes are being found during routine eye exams.
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Diabetics reminded to get eye exams
 
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In Brian Nord's Plymouth home, a collection of glucose tablets and glucose-reading gadgets sit at the ready. Nord is one of more than 29 million Americans living with diabetes. "Most people that see me wouldn't figure out that I have this chronic illness," Nord said. "It doesn't look like cancer, and it doesn't look like AIDS." He was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 1977, but in the past few years, he's become an advocate, taking part in walks, and working to raise money to find a cure. "It's very important because if I don't take my medicine for one day, I'm in the hospital or the emergency room and your mortality rate is 50/50," Nord said. It's a serious concern, but for diabetics, blood sugar isn't the only thing they need to worry about. "Diabetic eye disease is actually the leading cause of preventative loss of vision and blindness that we see," said Dr. Tina McCarty, an optometrist at the Eye Care Center in Maple Grove. Dr. McCarty says it's imperative that diabetics get comprehensive eye exams annually. "A lot of times, early diabetic eye disease is either symptom free, or the symptoms are so subtle that patients don't make that correlation," she said. After dilating a patient's pupils, Dr. McCarty uses a lens to look for signs of diabetes such as glaucoma or changes in the blood vessels. "Particularly leakage in the form of blood or fatty fluid, that could indicate a problem, but it could also cause loss of vision," Dr. McCarty said. As for Nord, he admits that he's more susceptible to cataracts and glaucoma due to his illness, but he keeps close tabs on his vision. His ultimate goal is that one day, researchers will find a cure for diabetes. "There would be no better feeling in the world than that," Nord said. Meanwhile, if an optometrist identifies something in the eye related to diabetes, they would correspond with the patient's physician. The next steps could include injections or surgery. Delane Cleveland http://www.ccxmedia.org https://www.facebook.com/ccxmedia.org/ http://twitter.com/ccxsports Learn about our mobile app - http://bit.ly/CH12app Channel 12 is on Comcast cable in the northwest suburbs of Minneapolis and includes the cities Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Crystal, Golden Valley, Maple Grove, New Hope, Osseo, Plymouth and Robbinsdale.
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The Importance of a Yearly Eye Exam for Diabetics | Vaske Vision Care
 
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Type 2 diabetes is a growing concern for adults as teens, affecting over 26 million American - almost a third of them undiagnosed. Diabetes can affect your eyesight dramatically. Located inside the Walmart Super Center in Parker, CO. https://www.vaskevisioncare.com/
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Diabetes Awareness: Why Should Diabetics Get A Yearly Eye Exam?
 
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Dr. Nossaman, Amarillo optometrist, explains why those with diabetes need a yearly eye exam and how to detect early warning signs of the disease.
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Detecting Diabetes Through in Eye Exams
 
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Eye Health Medical Director, Dr. Corey Westerfeld, discusses diabetic retinopathy and the importance of early detection.
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diabetes and your eyes
 
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How can Diabetes dammage the eyes of the patients during the long period of disease.
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The Importance of Diabetic Eye Exams
 
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Dr. Bajwa talks about the importance of Diabetic eye exams, symptoms to look out for that indicate risks to your eyesight, as well as what an optometrist will look for during a diabetic eye exam. To learn more about preventing vision loss from type 1 and type 2 diabetes, visit our website https://www.buenavistaoptometry.com/eye-care-services/diabetic-eye-care/ or give us a call at 805-620-3115 to schedule a diabetic eye exam in Ventura CA
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Diabetes eye exam 2
 
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Why can your vision change when you have diabetes?
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Routine eye exams decrease among diabetes patients in Ontario
 
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From Toronto - Routine eye exams among diabetes patients in Ontario have declined significantly in the past 10 years, according to a report published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Researchers reviewed data on government-funded eye exams in Ontario among diabetes patients aged 40 to 64. They found that eye exam rates started dropping in 2004 from 69% to 57% in 2010. Researchers believe that the decline was due to a major policy change in 2004, when the province started delisting routine eye exams for healthy individuals under 65 years old. The delisting appears to have had an unintended consequence of reducing eye exams for diabetic patientsl—people who are at significant risk of diabetic retinopathy, a leading causes of blindness.We spoke with Dr. Tara Kiran, MD, principal investigator of this study, who offered this insight: "The delisting of policy for eye exams came into effect in 2004, and right after it came into effect, we found a marked drop in eye exam rates in people with diabetes age 40-64. And ever since then, the rate has remained low. This is important because eye exams are an important component of high quality diabetes care. People with diabetes should have an eye exam every 1 to 2 years to check for damage to the eye caused by diabetes. If untreated, this eye damage can eventually lead to blindness. So overall, our findings suggest that delisting worsens the quality of diabetes care in Ontario, even though the policy was not supposed to affect people with diabetes. The policy change clearly had some unintended negative consequences. I personally think the government should reconsider and make eye exams universally covered for all. When exams are only covered for certain groups, the messaging can be confusing and it's often the most vulnerable who are most confused and don't get the eye exams that they need. The best way of ensuring that everyone who needs an eye exam gets an eye exam is by having eye exams covered for everyone, regardless of medical condition or age."
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Diabetes Eye Exam
 
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Diabetes is the leading cause of preventable new onset blindness in working age adults. You can have diabetic eye disease and not know it as it is painless and often has no symptoms until very advanced stages. Deborah K. Schlossman, M.D., of the Beetham Eye Institute at Joslin Diabetes Center, explains why an annual eye exam and appropriate care can reduce the risk of blindness and increase your chances of preserving sight. Find out more about Joslin's Beetham Eye Institute at http://www.joslin.org/care/eye_care.html
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How is a Diabetic Eye Exam Performed? Ask an Ophthalmologist
 
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Diabetes can cause serious, even blinding, eye damage. Dr. Alan Wagner of the American Academy of Ophthalmology explains how ophthalmologists dilate the eye to examine it for possible damage. People with diabetes should get a dilated eye exam every year. Learn more about diabetic eye disease and other eye health topics at http://www.aao.org/eye-health
Why People With Diabetes Should Get An Eye Exam
 
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The medical information in these videos is provided as an information resource only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. It is not to be used or relied on for any diagnostic or treatment purposes. It does not create any patient-physician relationship, and should not be used as a substitute for professional diagnosis and treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Similarly, please consult your physician or health care provider before making any healthcare decisions or for guidance about a specific medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have seen in a Diabetes- What To Know video. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately.
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Diabetic Eye Exam Staten Island
 
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http://www.silaser.com/ Dr. John Kung's practice provides the option of diabetic eye exams at Staten Island Ophthalmology & Academic Eye Center. Diabetes can cause a plethora of vision problems and should accordingly be closely monitored. Patients with diabetes can help preserve their vision by detecting problems early. If the quality of your vision has diminished, contact our Staten Island eye care center today. For more information, please visit http://www.silaser.com. You may contact our ophthalmologists at: Staten Island Office 23 Oceanic Ave Staten Island, NY 10312 Phone: (718) 948-8880 East Brunswick Office 1 Cornwall Dr East Brunswick, NJ 08816 Phone: (718) 257-4900 Website: http://www.silaser.com
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Eye Examination - Diabetes Care (2/6)
 
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For more like this subscribe to the Open University channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXsH4hSV_kEdAOsupMMm4Qw Free learning from The Open University http://www.open.ac.uk/openlearn/body-mind --- A patient with Type 2 diabetes has his retinas examined. (Part 2 of 6) Playlist link - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBECE26BEAA37A80C Transcript link - http://media-podcast.open.ac.uk/feeds/sk120-diabetes-care/transcript/sk120diabetes3.pdf --- For more information about eye examinations on diabetes patients visit http://www3.open.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/course/sk120.htm
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Protecting Your Vision from Diabetes: The Annual Exam Every Diabetic Needs
 
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Why should people with diabetes get an annual eye exam? An Eye M.D. and patients explain how it can save your sight. Learn more at http://www.geteyesmart.org.
Diabetic Retinopathy Exams in Primary Care Setting
 
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With IRIS, all you need is two minutes to deliver an eye exam in the primary care setting. http://retinalscreenings.com “IRIS is the first step toward truly changing the approach we have for screening diabetic retinopathy. A lot of the people who need screening the most are the least likely to do it. IRIS is an affordable procedure and doesn’t take that much training to operate or read.” - Dr. Ron Gross, Chairman of Ophthalmology West Virginia University Healthcare
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VSP EyeFiles Episode #2: Can An Eye Exam Really Detect Signs of Diabetes?
 
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Bill Nye and Dr. Roger Phelps are back with Episode 2 of VSP EyeFiles diving deeper into the facts if comprehensive eye exams can detect signs of serious diseases like diabetes. Watch as Bill and Dr. Phelps saddle up and discuss what an eye doctor can see in an eye exam with a patient who has the disease. To wrangle more information on how to "get your eyes right," visit http://www.seemuchmore.com.
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Annual Diabetic Eye Exam
 
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DJJC  on Diabetic Eye Exams
 
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JC Goes to Eye Doctor and meets Paula of CCBC film productions
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Kyle Rose: An eye exam can show signs of diabetes.
 
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Kyle Rose shares how his eye doctor was the first to notice his signs of diabetes, and Dr. Sasha Pen explains why.
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VSP EyeFiles Episode #2: Can An Eye Exam Really Detect Signs of Diabetes?
 
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Bill Nye and Dr. Roger Phelps are back with Episode 2 of VSP EyeFiles diving deeper into the facts if comprehensive eye exams can detect signs of serious diseases like diabetes. Watch as Bill and Dr. Phelps saddle up and discuss what an eye doctor can see in an eye exam with a patient who has the disease. To wrangle more information on how to "get your eyes right," visit http://www.seemuchmore.com.
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Diabetic Eye Exam - Retina Specialist Bakersfield
 
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Dr. Ivan Castillo es un surgeon de medicos especialistas en enfermedades y cirugia de la retina. Find an eye surgeon bakersfield, Fresno, or Visalia with Retina Institute of California
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Diabetes Dance Dare – Dr. Leonard Messner, Illinois Eye Institute
 
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Every 23 seconds, someone in the United States is diagnosed with diabetes. Comprehensive eye exams, like those offered at the Illinois Eye Institute’s Diabetic Eye Center, can help with early detection. Dr. Leonard Messner, Vice President for Patient Care Services and Executive Director of the IEI, has accepted the Diabetes Dance Dare from Jenna Archuleta. He danced, he donated! Now, Dr. Messner dares three people to do the same for the American Diabetes Association: Dan Fulwiler (Esperanza Health Center,) Bruce Miller (Lawndale Christian Health Center,) and Dr. Lee Francis (Erie Family Health Center.) Donate, dance, dare!
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Diabetes and You: Don't Let it Steal Your Vision
 
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Why should people with diabetes get an annual eye exam? An Eye M.D. and patients explain how it can save your sight.
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Diabetes and the Eyes: Tips from an Eye Doctor
 
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To subscribe to Dr. Weaver's YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=weavereyecare Dr. Weaver's Website: http://www.weavereyecare.com Dr. Weaver's Twitter http://www.twitter.com/weavereyecare Dr. Weaver's Blog http://weavereyecare.blogspot.com Dr. Weaver's Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/weavereyecare I hope you enjoyed this episode of Dr. Weaver's Awesome Eye Tips! More information about Diabetes can be found at www.diabetes.org. This video primarily discusses Type 2 Diabetes. The My Fitness Pal app is available for Android and iPhone...and it's FREE!!! Please make sure to subscribe to the channel. My goal is to become the go-to guy on YouTube for eye care and optometry-related information and humor. Watch, Like, Comment, and Share this video with everyone that you know. Most importantly, SUBSCRIBE!!! Thanks! Music is Goddess by Mercy Nation (the best unknown band on the planet) https://www.youtube.com/mercynation
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Diabetic Eye Diseases
 
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Diabetes is a leading cause of blindness among working-age adults in India. Yet with early diagnosis and timely treatment, diabetic eye disease can be controlled. The key is an eye examination through dilated pupils at least once a year. People with diabetes may develop eye problems as a complication of the disease. People with diabetes are 25 times more likely to become blind than people without diabetes. Almost half of all people with diabetes will develop some degree of diabetic eye disease. Early detection and timely treatment of diabetic eye disease can reduce your risk of vision loss and blindness. What is diabetic eye disease? Diabetic eye disease refers to a group of eye problems that people with diabetes may face as a complication of this disease. All can cause severe vision loss or even blindness. Diabetic eye disease may include:  Diabetic retinopathy- damage to blood vessels in the retina.  Cataract- clouding of the eye’s lens.  Glaucoma- increase in fluid pressure inside the eye that leads to optic nerve damage and loss of vision. Who is most likely to get diabetic retinopathy? Anyone with diabetes. The longer someone has diabetes, the more likely he or she will get diabetic retinopathy. Nearly half of all people with diabetes will develop some degree of diabetic retinopathy during their lifetime. What are the symptoms of diabetic retinopathy? Often there are none in early stages of the disease. Vision may not change until the disease becomes severe. Nor is there any pain. Blurred vision may occur when the macula- the part of the retina that provides sharp, central vision – swells from leaking fluid. This condition is called macular edema. If new vessels have grown on the surface of the retina, they can bleed into the eye, blocking vision. But, even in more advanced cases, the disease may progress a long way without symptoms. This is why regular eye examinations for people with diabetes are so important. How is diabetic retinopathy detected? If you have diabetes, you should have your eyes examined at least once a year. Your eyes should be dilated during the exam. That means eye drops are used to enlarge your pupils. This allows the ophthalmologist to see more of the inside of your eyes to check for signs of the disease. Can diabetic retinopathy be treated? Yes. Your eye care professional may suggest laser surgery in which strong light beam is aimed onto your retina to shrink the abnormal vessels. Laser surgery has been proved to reduce the risk of severe vision loss from this type of retinopathy by 60%. If you have macular edema, laser surgery may also be used. In this case, the laser beam is used to seal the leaking blood vessels. However, laser surgery often cannot restore vision that has already been lost. That is why finding diabetic retinopathy early is the best way to prevent vision loss. Can diabetic retinopathy be prevented? Not totally, but your risk can be greatly reduced. Better control of blood sugar levels slows the onset and progression of retinopathy and lessens the need for laser surgery for severe retinopathy. How common are the other diabetic eye diseases? If you have diabetes, you are also at risk for other diabetic eye diseases. Studies have shown that you are twice as likely to get a cataract as a person who does not have the disease. Also, cataracts develop at an earlier age in patients with diabetes. Glaucoma may also become a problem. A person with diabetes is nearly twice as likely to get glaucoma as other adults. What can you do to protect your vision? Finding and treating the disease early, before it causes vision loss or blindness, is the best way to control diabetic eye disease. So, if you have diabetes, make sure you get a dilated eye examination once a year.
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Dr. Aaron Lech Discusses Importance of Eye Exam
 
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Dr. Lech shares the process of an eye exam and what the eye doctor can see in eyes, including signs of chronic conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Additionally, patient Gerry Lane shares his story on how an eye exam saved his life.
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Online eye tests and your eye health
 
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Online eye tests cannot effectively detect any of 12 things an eye doctor examines in person. Comprehensive eye exams can diagnose diabetes and high blood pressure. 92% of surveyed Americans would rather complete a comprehensive eye exam that is guaranteed to be accurate. To find a doctor of optometry and schedule a comprehensive eye exam please visit www.aoa.org
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Podcast Clip: Doctor's Orders: Get Your Diabetic Eye Exam STAT!
 
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A clip from episode #15, "Defeating Diabetes" where I address the critical nature of diabetic eye exams with ophthalmologist & medical retina specialist Michael Grassi, MD (www.grassiretina.com/). The full episode can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/4SEeEiKIEWA TO YOUR HEALTH WITH DR. G™ Building Trust. Delivering Truth. An MDG Wellness LLC Production © 2018 MDG Wellness LLC. All Rights Reserved
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Diabetes - Why everyone with diabetes should get a comprehensive  eye exam
 
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Patrick DeRespinis MD Pediatric Ophthalmology | Residency: New Jersey Medical School | Fellowship:Manahattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital Author of " Super Sight for Seymour Bright"
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Newton Optometrist Glenda Savitz Discusses The Importance of Diabetic Retinal Examinations.
 
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Practice manager and residency-trained Newton optometrist Glenda Savitz explains the importance of a regular diabetic eye exam in preventing vision loss due to diabetic retinopathy. Using the latest imaging technology including retinal photography and optical coherence tomography scanning, Dr. Savitz can identify the earliest retinal changes due to diabetes and send you to our BIDMC Division of Ophthalmology Consultants. For more information please check out: http://www.bidmc.org/Centers-and-Departments/Departments/Surgery/Ophthalmology/Our-Services/Retina-Service.aspx EYESPOT is a locally-owned optical that supports independent frame designers, and give a pair of glasses to a needed child in Nepal for every pair sold. See Well Live Well! http://eyespot.com/pages/eyespotcare One Boylston Street Chestnut Hill MA 02467 617-232-3303
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Diabetic Retinopathy
 
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What is Diabetic Eye Disease? Diabetic retinopathy happens when the small blood vessels in the retina are damaged due to blood glucose levels. In early stages, the walls of the retina weaken which allows blood and fluids to leak. Often, this can cause blurred vision in both eyes. In the next phase, new blood vessels grow within the retina and can rupture and bleed. Scar tissue that forms can cause retinal detachment, a severe condition that requires urgent surgery. Diabetic retinopathy can lead to another serious condition called diabetic macular edema (DME). With this condition, fluid leaks around the macula causing swelling and vision loss. In addition to the above, those with diabetes are more likely to develop glaucoma and cataracts. Symptoms Diabetic eye disease can have few or no symptoms in its early stages. This is why it is important to monitor one's vision with regular comprehensive eye exams. However, when the disease progresses symptoms can include: Distorted or blurry vision Loss of sharp vision Sensitivity to light/glare Balance issues Seeing flashes or floaters Poor night vision Dark spots in vision Vision loss Seeing double Prevention Early intervention can protect the eyes and potentially save one's sight. It is recommended that those with diabetes receive a comprehensive dilated eye examination at least once per year- more often if with the presence of other eye conditions. Additionally, to help prevent diabetic eye disease, it is essential to control blood sugar levels, high blood pressure, and cholesterol. Additionally, exercise, diet and stress reduction can help maintain eye health. Untreated diabetic eye disease can lead to permanent vision loss. Acting early is critical. Community Eye Center has ophthalmologists and optometrists who provide comprehensive diabetic eye exams as well as retina specialists. Call today 941-625-1325 or book an appointment online today at communityeyecenter.com.
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Eye Care: Diabetes, Vision, and Blindness
 
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Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in adults under the age of 74 in the United States. Historically thought of as an adult disease, diabetes affects children too. Poor diet and a lack of exercise put children at risk. Often optometrists detect it first through routine eye exams. As part of National Diabetes Month, Dr. Kimberly Friedman of the New Jersey Society of Optometric Physicians appears on CN8s Your Morning to remind us of the importance of having regular comprehensive eye exams. See your optometrists when... Vision becomes blurry Have trouble reading See double images Feel pressure in your eye See spots or floaters Straight lines appear crooked Peripheral vision becomes limited Your eyes get red and stay that way
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Adverse effects of Diabetes on eyes! - Dr. Samina F Zamindar
 
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India is a diabetic capital of the world. 62 million people in India suffer from diabetes. Out of that it is shown that one third of the people will develop some complications of diabetes. One third, means 20 milllion. It is our duty as eye doctors to spread the message too all those 20 million people that diabetes can affect your eyes. If you are under that notion that your vision is good and why you need to visit an eye doctor. Your retina could have been affected even if your central vision is normal. This is the right time to meet your eye doctor. Any laser treatment for prevention can be done to prevent the progression of the problem in the retina has to be done now when most of your good vision is still there. Diabetes can affect most of the end organs of the body and these are the kidney, brain, liver including the retina of eye. These are very vital organs. How diabetes affects the retina? It affects the smaller blood vessels of the retina, makes them leaky, creates area of ischemia, that is less blood supply and as compensatory mechanism, retina now develops newer fragile blood vessels. These will bleed easily causing a complicated retinal disease. If you are diabetic, ideally when you are diagnosed as diabetic, you have to meet the eye doctor. Keep meeting the eye doctor once a year. So you can enjoy good vision even if you are diabetic.
How Diabetes Affects Your Eyes
 
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Watch Dr. Mary Gregory explain how Diabetes affects your eyes and the importance of yearly eye exams once diagnosed with Diabetes. Uptown Eye Care 560 Cedar Street Monticello, MN 55362 763-271-2020 uptowneyecare.com
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Real Talk about Diabetic eye exams
 
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In this #RealTalk about your eye exam video, we will discuss diabetic eye exams.
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