WHEN EVERY SECOND COUNTS
Eye injuries can range from minor irritations, like a speck of dust, to severe traumas that threaten vision. Causes can be varied, including foreign objects, chemical burns, or blunt force. Immediate attention is crucial to prevent complications and safeguard vision.
EYE INJURIES TREATMENT
PRESERVING YOUR PRECIOUS SIGHT
At TSEC, we prioritise eye emergencies, ensuring timely and effective care. Our team is equipped to handle a wide range of injuries, from simple foreign body removal to complex surgical interventions. We aim to minimise damage and optimise recovery.
MOST ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: What should I do if I get a chemical in my eye?
A: Immediately flush the eye with clean water or normal saline for at least 15 minutes and seek emergency medical attention.
Q: How can I tell if an eye injury is serious?
A: Symptoms like pain, blurred vision, floaters, or loss of vision indicate a need for immediate medical attention.
Q: Can minor eye injuries heal on their own?
A: While some minor injuries may heal without intervention, it's always best to consult an ophthalmologist to ensure there are no underlying issues.
Q: How can I prevent eye injuries?
A: Wearing protective eyewear during risky activities and being cautious in hazardous environments can reduce the risk.
Q: Should I rub my eye if something gets in it?
A: No, rubbing can cause more damage. Instead, try to blink or rinse the eye with normal saline or use a lot of artificial tear drops.