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DIABETES AND HEARING LOSS. Reporter: 樊樂遠 Supervisor: VS 廖文輝. Diabetes complication. Cardiovascular disease : stroke or a fatal cardiac event is two to four times higher Diabetic retinopathy : leading cause of blindness in the United States Renopathy: leading cause of kidney failure.

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Diabetes and hearing loss

DIABETES AND HEARING LOSS

Reporter: 樊樂遠

Supervisor: VS 廖文輝


Diabetes complication
Diabetes complication

  • Cardiovascular disease : stroke or a fatal cardiac event is two to four times higher

  • Diabetic retinopathy : leading cause of blindness in the United States

  • Renopathy: leading cause of kidney failure.

  • Nerve disease: major cause of lower extremity amputations.

  • Diabetic autonomic neuropathies: can affect cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, bladder, and erectile function.



Etiology
Etiology million people in the U.S. have diabetes, and another 34.5 million have some degree of hearing loss.

  • Small blood vessels and nerves in the inner ear.

  • High blood glucose levels can damage these vessels and nerves, diminishing the ability to hear.


Histopathological evidence
Histopathological evidence million people in the U.S. have diabetes, and another 34.5 million have some degree of hearing loss.

  • Vascular or neurological involvement obtained from autopsied patients with diabetes

    • sclerosis of the internal auditory artery

    • thicker vessel walls of the stria vascularis

    • demyelination of the cochlear nerve

    • atrophy of the spiral ganglion.

Makishima, K., & Tanaka, K. (1971). Pathological changes of the inner ear and central auditory pathway in diabetics. Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology,80, 218–228.


  • Loss of million people in the U.S. have diabetes, and another 34.5 million have some degree of hearing loss.outer hair cells has also been observed among patients with diabetes.

Fukushima, H., Cureoglu, S., Schachern, P., Paparella, M., Harada, T., & Oktay, M. (2006). Effects of type 2 diabetes mellitus on cochlear structure in humans. Archives of Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery,132, 934–938.


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Fukushima, H., Cureoglu, S., Schachern, P., Paparella, M., Harada, T., & Oktay, M. (2006). Effects of type 2 diabetes mellitus on cochlear structure in humans. Archives of Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery,132, 934–938.


Fukushima, H., Cureoglu, S., Schachern, P., Paparella, M., Harada, T., & Oktay, M. (2006). Effects of type 2 diabetes mellitus on cochlear structure in humans. Archives of Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery,132, 934–938.


Review
Review Harada, T., & Oktay, M. (2006). Effects of type 2 diabetes mellitus on cochlear structure in humans.

  • Researchers in the Framingham cohort study

  • averaged pure-tone air conduction thresholds above 250, 500, and 1000 Hz as well as 4000, 6000, and 8000 Hz in the better ear and worse ear

  • they defined hearing impairment as a pure-tone average > 40 dB HL

  • no association with diabetes

Gates, G., Cobb, J., D'Agostino, R., & Wolf, P. (1993). The relation of hearing in the elderly to the presence of cardiovascular disease and cardiovascular risk factors. Archives of Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery,119, 156–161.


Ma, F., Gomez-Marin, O., Lee, D., & Balkany, T. (1998). Diabetes and hearing impairment in Mexican American adults: A population-based study. The Journal of Laryngology and Otology,112, 835–839.


  • Epidemiology of Hearing Loss Study, a community-based investigation conducted in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin

  • defined impairment as the pure-tone average above 500, 1000, 2000, and 4000 Hz > 25 dB HL in the worse ear

  • a modestly increased occurrence of hearing impairment among adults with diabetes compared to those without diabetes

Dalton, D., Cruickshanks, K., Klein, R., Klein, B., & Wiley, T. (1998). Association of NIDDM and hearing loss. Diabetes Care,21, 1540–1544.


  • National Health and Nutrition Examination Study investigation conducted in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin

  • investigators evaluated hearing impairment using high-frequency (3000-, 4000-, 6000-, and 8000-Hz) as well as low- or middle-frequency (500-, 1000-, and 2000-Hz)

  • at two levels of severity (>25 and >40 dB HL)

  • in both the worse and better ear

Bainbridge, K., Hoffman, H., & Cowie, C. (2008). Diabetes and hearing impairment in the United States: Audiometric evidence from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999 to 2004. Annals of Internal Medicine,149, 1–10.



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  • Audiologists seeing middle-aged patients with unexplained hearing loss may wish to inquire about history of diabetes and family history of diabetes.

  • Patients with diabetes should be encouraged in their efforts to maintain good blood glucose control in accordance with guidelines from the American Diabetes Association (2010).


  • The study included more than hearing loss may wish to inquire about 5,100 adults who had hearing tests performed as part of a large nationwide health study in the United States.

  • People with diabetes were much more likely to have hearing loss than those without diabetes.

Diabetes and hearing impairment in the United States: audiometric evidence from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999 to 2004, by Kathleen E. Bainbridge and colleagues. Annals of Internal Medicine 149:1-10, 2008



Type 1 or type 2 dm
Type 1 or type 2 DM? not seem to be related to other common causes of hearing loss.

  • In 2008, researchers from the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) saw similar patterns in a sample of more than 11,000 people, with people with diabetes twice as likely to have hearing loss as those without.


  • Another limit of the analysis, Zonszein said, is that many studies did not differentiate between people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

  • Type 2 diabetes, which often is related to aging and obesity, is far more common than type 1, which is an immune-system disease that usually arises at a young age.




  • The strength of the association between diabetes and prevalence of hearing impairment was not significantly influenced by whether participants were matched for gender (P =0.68) or whether participants chronically exposed to noisy environments were excluded (P = 0.19).


Conclusions
Conclusions prevalence of hearing

  • Current meta-analysis suggests that the higher prevalence of hearing impairment in diabetic patients compared with nondiabetic patients was consistent regardless of age.


Better sugar control
Better sugar control? prevalence of hearing

  • No one knows yet whether gaining better control over your blood sugar will curb any risk of hearing loss.


  • Women prevalence of hearing between the ages of 60 and 75 with well-controlled diabetes had better hearing than women with poorly controlled diabetes, with similar hearing levels to those of non-diabetic women of the same age.

  • The study also shows significantly worse hearing in all women younger than 60 with diabetes, even if it is well controlled.

Dr. Handzo, Henry Ford study authors are Virginia S. Ramachandran, Au.D.; Brad A. Stach, Ph.D.; Ed S. Peterson, Ph.D.; and Kathleen L. Yaremchuk, M.D.

Diabetes Affects Hearing Loss, Especially in Women. Jan. 26, 2012


  • Men prevalence of hearing , however, had worse hearing loss across the board compared to women in the study, regardless of their age or whether or not they had diabetes.

  • “Our study really points to importance of patients controlling their diabetes, especially as they age, based on the impact it may have on hearing loss.”


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