What are the first aid methods for eye injury

Abstract: eyes are the window of our psychology, so we must take good care of them. Here are the first aid methods for your eyes: if you suspect head injury, foreign bodies embedded in your eyes or chemicals splashed into your eyes, you should call the first aid telephone.

if there is blood in the eyes, cover the eyes with a clean cloth and take the patient to the hospital.

if there is active bleeding in the eyes, raise the patient’s head above the heart, cover his eyes with a clean cloth and take him to a nearby hospital. Note: if head, neck and back injuries are suspected, do not move the patient and call the emergency number. Symptoms: eye damage or breach, unable to open the eyes, pain in or around the eyes, light allergy, eye bleeding, impaired vision, dry and itchy eyes, headache, tears, unequal size of bilateral pupils, blinking eyes quickly and frequently, and chemicals splashing into the eyes. Note: do not waste any time, wash your eyes with water immediately, And make sure there is water under the eyelids. Do not treat your eyes with anything other than water. Do not let the patient wipe their eyes. 1. Rinse eyes with water. If you can’t find the faucet, rinse your eyes with the water in the cup for 15 minutes and make sure the water enters the inner corner of your eyes. Flush the eyes, open the affected eyes and flush with running water for at least 15 minutes, and make the water enter the eyes first and then flow out of the eyes. If both eyes are damaged, flush them with water. 2. If the patient wears contact lenses, let him take them off. 3. Cover the affected eye. After washing, cover the affected eye with clean cotton cloth and wrap the eyes to reduce the activity of the affected eye. If possible, identify the chemicals that burn the eyes and at least tell the doctor whether the chemicals are wet or dry. Foreign body: Note: do not try to remove the foreign body embedded in the eye. If the foreign object is large, such as a pen, make a hole in a paper cup and put it on your eyes to hold the foreign object and fix the paper cup. Cover the other eye with a cloth to avoid movement of the affected eye. If the foreign body is small, cover the eyes with a cloth and fix them loosely. 1. Wash hands with soap and water. 2. Look for foreign matters. Have the patient slowly turn their eyes so that you can find the foreign body. Note: do not let the patient wipe their eyes. 3. Make the patient cry. If you find a foreign body, gently pull down the upper eyelid to cover the lower eyelid. This will make them cry and may flush out foreign objects. 4. Remove visible foreign matters. If the foreign matter cannot be washed out by tears, wash it with running water or remove it with a clean cloth. Patients can also blink in the water. Once the foreign body comes out, ask the patient to remove the contact lens. Note: do not use cotton and other items to remove foreign matters. Do not remove foreign bodies from the iris or pupil orifice. 5. Remove the foreign body in the lower eyelid. If a foreign body is found in the lower eyelid, wash it with clean water or remove it with a clean wet cloth. Once the foreign body is removed, the patient should remove the contact lens. Remove the foreign body from the lower eyelid, let the patient look up, then pull down the lower eyelid and remove the foreign body with a clean wet cloth. Note: do not use cotton to remove foreign matters. 6. Remove the foreign body in the upper eyelid. If no foreign body is found in the lower eyelid, open the upper eyelid. If foreign matters are found at this time, wash them with water or take them out with a clean wet towel. Once the foreign body is removed, the upper eyelid should be reset. And ask the patient to remove contact lenses. Note: do not use hands or cotton to remove foreign matters. Lift the upper eyelids. Ask the patient to look down, place a cotton stick, matchstick, etc. horizontally on the eyelid, pull up the upper eyelid, and fold the upper eyelid above the matchstick. 7. If necessary, wrap up and cover the eyes, and send the patient to the hospital. If you can’t find or remove the foreign body, or the patient has obvious pain or visual impairment after removing the foreign body, cover both eyes with clean cloth, bind and fix them, and then send them to the hospital for treatment. Cover your eyes. Cover the affected eye with a clean cloth and wrap the patient’s head with another cloth so that both eyes are covered.

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, Abstract: eyes are the window of our psychology, so we must take good care of them. Here are the first aid methods for your eyes: if you suspect head injury, foreign bodies embedded in your eyes or chemicals splashed into your eyes, you should call the first aid telephone., If there is blood in the eyes, cover the eyes with a clean cloth and take the patient to the hospital.,

if there is blood in the eyes, cover the eyes with a clean cloth and take the patient to the hospital.

if there is active bleeding in the eyes, raise the patient’s head above the heart, cover his eyes with a clean cloth and take him to a nearby hospital. Note: if head, neck and back injuries are suspected, do not move the patient and call the emergency number. Symptoms: eye damage or breach, unable to open the eyes, pain in or around the eyes, light allergy, eye bleeding, impaired vision, dry and itchy eyes, headache, tears, unequal size of bilateral pupils, blinking eyes quickly and frequently, and chemicals splashing into the eyes. Note: do not waste any time, wash your eyes with water immediately, And make sure there is water under the eyelids. Do not treat your eyes with anything other than water. Do not let the patient wipe their eyes. 1. Rinse eyes with water. If you can’t find the faucet, rinse your eyes with the water in the cup for 15 minutes and make sure the water enters the inner corner of your eyes. Flush the eyes, open the affected eyes and flush with running water for at least 15 minutes, and make the water enter the eyes first and then flow out of the eyes. If both eyes are damaged, flush them with water. 2. If the patient wears contact lenses, let him take them off. 3. Cover the affected eye. After washing, cover the affected eyes with clean cotton cloth and wrap them,To reduce the activity of the affected eye. If possible, identify the chemicals that burn the eyes and at least tell the doctor whether the chemicals are wet or dry. Foreign body: Note: do not try to remove the foreign body embedded in the eye. If the foreign object is large, such as a pen, make a hole in a paper cup and put it on your eyes to hold the foreign object and fix the paper cup. Cover the other eye with a cloth to avoid movement of the affected eye. If the foreign body is small, cover the eyes with a cloth and fix them loosely. 1. Wash hands with soap and water. 2. Look for foreign matters. Have the patient slowly turn their eyes so that you can find the foreign body. Note: do not let the patient wipe their eyes. 3. Make the patient cry. If you find a foreign body, gently pull down the upper eyelid to cover the lower eyelid. This will make them cry and may flush out foreign objects. 4. Remove visible foreign matters. If the foreign matter cannot be washed out by tears, wash it with running water or remove it with a clean cloth. Patients can also blink in the water. Once the foreign body comes out, ask the patient to remove the contact lens. Note: do not use cotton and other items to remove foreign matters. Do not remove foreign bodies from the iris or pupil orifice. 5. Remove the foreign body in the lower eyelid. If a foreign body is found in the lower eyelid, wash it with clean water or remove it with a clean wet cloth. Once the foreign body is removed, the patient should remove the contact lens. Remove the foreign body from the lower eyelid, let the patient look up, then pull down the lower eyelid and remove the foreign body with a clean wet cloth. Note: do not use cotton to remove foreign matters. 6. Remove the foreign body in the upper eyelid. If no foreign body is found in the lower eyelid, open the upper eyelid. If foreign matters are found at this time, wash them with water or take them out with a clean wet towel. Once the foreign body is removed, the upper eyelid should be reset. And ask the patient to remove contact lenses. Note: do not use hands or cotton to remove foreign matters. Lift the upper eyelids. Ask the patient to look down, place a cotton stick, matchstick, etc. horizontally on the eyelid, pull up the upper eyelid, and fold the upper eyelid above the matchstick. 7. If necessary, wrap up and cover the eyes, and send the patient to the hospital. If you can’t find or remove the foreign body, or the patient has obvious pain or visual impairment after removing the foreign body, cover both eyes with clean cloth, bind and fix them, and then send them to the hospital for treatment. Cover your eyes. Cover the affected eye with a clean cloth and wrap the patient’s head with another cloth so that both eyes are covered.