According to the CDC's recent 2020 National Diabetes Statistic report, an estimated 27 million (or 8.2% of the US population) have a diagnosis of diabetes, while another estimated 7 million is said to have undiagnosed diabetes. There are an estimated 88 million of the younger population (18 years old or older) with pre-diabetes, and an estimated 11.5 million (or almost 27%) of the elderly population (65 years old and over) had diabetes.
The highest rates of diabetes are found in Native American and Alaska Natives, with 14.7% affected. Additional diabetic groups include 11.7% of black non-Hispanic, 12.5% Hispanic, 9.2% non-Hispanic Asian, and 7.5% non-Hispanic White.
The ability to utilize current technology to conduct diabetic retinal eye screenings at remote sites for the early detection, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of diabetic retinopathy can help reduce complications leading to the loss of quality of sight or blindness.
If you want 32-megapixel high-resolution retinal fundus camera screening equipment with specialized grading software, choose Canon Retinal Imaging Systems. This technology can aid in the collection of retinal images from which eye care specialists can quickly assess, grade, and report on retinal eye conditions.
Additional eye-related conditions that can be detected using our technology include glaucoma, macular degeneration, hypertension, and other vision-threatening conditions.
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For inquiries in the United States about our retinal imaging and software technology, please contact (888) 626-4590 or send us an email.