Presentation on theme: "Frequency of Diabetic Retinopathy in diabetic patients between 15-65 years of age attending the Endocrinology unit of Hayatabad Medical Complex; Peshawar,"— Presentation transcript:
Frequency of Diabetic Retinopathy in diabetic patients between years of age attending the Endocrinology unit of Hayatabad Medical Complex; Peshawar, Pakistan Dr. Faryal Baddia
Objectives General Specific Type of study design Data collection method Guidelines for developing DR Program in India By Arvind Eye Care System. Materials & Methods
Results 126 patients (252 eyes) Male= 58 (46%) Females= 68 (54%). Mean duration of diabetes since diagnosis= 3.89 years. Diabetic retinopathy present in 34.5% (103 eyes). 3.17% of the eyes had CSME.
Conclusion The study has shown that diabetes has affected the most economically active age group (31-50 years) Duration of diabetes diabetic retinopathy (Pearson chi2 p=.000) A total of 34.5% eyes had diabetic retinopathy; of which 8.73% (22/252) were males and 11.5% (29/252) were females.
Take Home Message 1.Registration. 2.Diabetic Retinopathy as a part of Primary Eye Care. 3.Call the patient!!! 4.Health education at community level. 5.Rehabilitation.