Eye Care

For Chemical Exposure

  • Don't rub eyes
  • Immediately wash out the eye with lots of water.
  • Get medical help while you are doing this, or after 15 to 20 minutes of continuous flushing
  • Don't bandage the eye.

For a Blow to the Eye

  • Apply a cold compress, but don't put pressure on the eye.
  • Take over-the-counter acetaminophen (Tylenol) or ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) for pain.
  • If there is bruising, bleeding, change in vision, or it hurts when your eye moves, see a doctor right away.

For a Foreign Particle in Eye

  • Don't rub the eye.
  • Pull the upper lid down and blink repeatedly.
  • If particle is still there, rinse with eyewash.
  • If rinsing doesn't help, close eye, bandage it lightly, and see a doctor.

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