“Hylabak” and “Theagel” use for dry eye syndrome in diabetic patients

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During last ten years the prevalence of diabetes mellitus significantly increased. Taking into consideration the role of metabolic impairments in the pathogenesis of diabetes and of dry eye syndrome, the increase in number of patients suffering from kerato-conjunctival xerosis on the background of carbohydrate metabolism disorder is highly predictive. This is favored also by the fact that type 2 diabetes, assuring the main increase in disease incidence, is constantly “rejuvenating”, more and more covering a substantial group of a socially-active part of population, which assumes a modern life-style with all the adverse effects accompanying hasty urbanization. The article is dedicated to the comprehensive dry eye syndrome treatment in diabetic patients.

Niurguyana Nikolaevna Grigorieva

grinur@mail.ru
St. Petersburg territorial diabetology center

MD, candidate of medical sciences, ophthalmologist

Mariya Viktorovna Panfilova

firewave231@mail.ru
Saint-Petersburg State University

student, VI course, medical faculty

Elena Nikolaevna Stepanova

eyelong77@mail.ru
St. Petersburg territorial diabetology center

MD, ophthalmologist

Fedor Evgenievich Shadrichev

shadrichev_dr@mail.ru
St. Petersburg territorial diabetology center

MD, candidate of medical sciences, head of the ophthalmology department

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