Eye Injuries - Eye Injuries Eye Evaluation-History-Primary...

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Eye Injuries Eye Evaluation -History -Primary complaint -Level of pain -Vision -Voluntary eyelid movement -MOI -Blunt trauma, sharp object or projectile -Size of object if blunt trauma -Observation -Obvious deformity -Eccymosis -Extend of swelling -Bleeding from lid or in anterior chamber -Levels of pupils -Pupil size, reaction to light -Palpation -Palpate for swelling, depressions, crepitus -Bony rim of orbit -Cheek bone -Special tests -Vision cheek -Blurred, light sensitive, double vision (diplopial or loss of part of a part of field of vision) -Eye movement check -Do eyes move in coordination with one another Periorbital Eccymosis -“Black eye” -Assessment -Inspect for abnormalities -Palpate for possible fracture or orbit -Assess pupil response with penlight -Treatment -Ice, possible referral to r/o underlying fracture or injury to globe Conjunctivitis -“Pink eye”-an inflammation resulting from chlorine irritation or bacterial infection of the conjunctiva -Signs and symptoms -Itching, burning, watering of eye -Redness of conjunctiva -Management -Referral to MD -Bacterial condition is very contagious
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