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CODET shares experience of Ocular Damage in patients with Diabetes 3/16/2018

Diabetes is today considered as a worldwide pandemic and one of its complications at the ocular level is diabetic retinopathy. Diabetic retinopathy, the most common diabetic eye disease, occurs when there are changes in the retina blood vessels. Sometimes, these vessels can swell and leak fluids, or even clog completely. In other cases, new abnormal blood vessels grow on the surface of the retina. It is considered the first cause of irreversible blindness in Mexico.

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CODET Vision Institute's doctors, are always at the forefront in the treatment of ocular pathologies. This time Dr. Irma Zamudio was invited to share knowledge in a presentation of this topic, in the XXV Regional Pan-American Ophthalmology Course, carried out in February in the city of Cartagena, Colombia, with the topic "Actions for the prevention of eye damage in patients with diabetes mellitus", in order to sensitize the knowledge of ophthalmologists, on the timely detection for this disease.


Dr. Zamudio, was invited again to share her knowledge with this topic, but now in Mexico, at the First International Congress of Visual Health, held in Veracruz from (March 1 to 3), with a keynote talk "Actions in the prevention of Ocular damage in the patient with diabetes that is being done in Baja California", sharing her experiences of what has been treated in patients of the region. This congress, held for the first time in Mexico, covers all eye diseases that can lead to severe visual damage, but which, if detected early, can be prevented. CODET awares the patients to visit their ophthalmologist for early detection of ocular pathologies in patients with diabetes.

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