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Eye Emergencies, “Answers”

1.) Do you prescribe ophthalmic topical anesthetics to patients with corneal abrasions who complain of severe pain? Corneal abrasion is one of the most common acute eye complaints that presents to the ED, accounting for approximately 10% of eye related … Continue reading

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Eye Emergencies, Questions

1. Do you prescribe ophthalmic topical anesthetics to patients with corneal abrasions who complain of severe pain? 2. When do you schedule ophthalmology follow up for patients with corneal abrasions? 3. How soon after presentation do you have a patient … Continue reading

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