What Is Photocoagulation Treatment?
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What Is Photocoagulation Treatment?

Photocoagulation treatment refers to the form of advanced therapy that works by heating up the tissues to promote healing. Photocoagulation is commonly recommended for patients who suffer from eye disorders such as diabetic retinopathy. Here is a brief discussion about what photocoagulation means and the benefits of this therapy. You can read more here about…

What is High-Risk Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy?
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What is High-Risk Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy?

High-Risk Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy (PDR) refers to a state that puts patients at severe risk of developing diabetic retinopathy due to which they may develop complete or partial vision loss. We have covered in-depth how to prevent diabetic retinopathy here. Hence, there is a need to be aware of what high-risk PDR means to be…

Can Type 1 Diabetes Cause Sleep Deprivation?

Can Type 1 Diabetes Cause Sleep Deprivation?

We have all experienced the miserable short-term and long-term after-effects of a poor night’s sleep. This is also the case for people with diabetes, and especially type 1 diabetes, who suffer from problems associated with chronic sleep deprivation. You can learn more about the different types of diabetes here. Several research studies have revealed that…

What is Personalized and Precision Medicine?
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What is Personalized and Precision Medicine?

Personalized medicine, just as the name suggests, refers to a form of treatment recommended to a patient based on his or her specific health issues, tendencies, pre-existing morbidities, and several other factors. Personalized medicine also involves the tailoring of the treatment options based on the characteristic symptoms and the possible risk of diseases and complications…