Health habits and specific medical knowledge about diabetes and diabetic retinopathy.

16 percent of non-diabetics without diabetic family history 28 percent of non – diabetic patients with a family history of diabetes, 13 percent of newly diabetes 34 percent of patients diagnosed with diabetes diagnosed more than a year before the participants reported that they knew the importance of the wider vision screenings in the following proportions? 33 percent of non – diabetic patients with no family history of diabetes, 51 percent of non – diabetic patients with a family history of diabetes, 31 percent of diagnosed newly diagnosed with diabetes, 48 percent of people with diabetes more than a year before the Nazi samples of Hispanics have shown that approximately 70 to 75 percent have eye exams last year, but just 30 percent of diabetic Hispanics.

The authors conclude, :: The lack of accurate information on diabetes and diabetic eye disease in this population of Hispanic people should be a big concern, the frequency of the enlarged eye examinations for people with diabetes was unacceptable, and makes this population risk of loss of vision in These shortcomings. A a culturally appropriate health education campaign can be resolved, and with innovative ways barriers barriers to health care. ., Analytical tools, they rather statistically significant differences between the chemistries that the artificially nose identified in 62 of the sample. – The researchers said that their artificial nose could be clearly different from:.