Other ocular emergencies treatment Traumatic Injuries

Attempt to remove loose foreign bodies by gentle irrigation with artificial tears or sterile saline. If removal is successful, a topical broad-spectrum antibiotic, such as erythromycin, will prevent infection. Some patients may need a short-acting cyclople-

gic mydriatic-like cyclopentolate or tropicamide to help with pain. Do not use cyc-loplegic mydriatics in children.8 If irrigation is unsuccessful, mechanical removal of foreign objects should be completed only by ophthalmologists using a slitlamp. Protect the eye with a metal eye shield or a paper cup taped over the eye while awaiting 7

the ophthalmologist.

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