Subconjunctival hemorrhage, Treatment?

A 72-year-old male presented with a subconjunctival hemorrhage in the right eye. The patient has a history of high blood pressure. Blood collection in the sclera is only on the left side of the eye. The patient does not know the cause of hemorrhage. We sent pt away with teardrops and instructions to avoid aspirin and anticoagulants and to gently rub the eye when it scratche. What else should be done?

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Since pt is hypertensiveit is spontaneous subconjuctival hemorrhage Adv for fundoscopy Check control of bp Avoid antiplatelets
Thanx dr Ramesh Kumar Singh
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Hypertension ( Subconjunctival hemorrhage ) Needs regular monitoring and constant evaluation of blood pressure. Needs further investigation and evaluation to conclude and treatment plan. Cold compression. Avoid anticoagulant. Protect eye against exposure to bad weather conditions.
Thanks Dr Vipin Bihari Jain
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Subconjunctival hemorrhage may be due to and anticoagulants given. Also check for cough, constipation creating pressure. Cause to be find out consulting ophthalmologists
72 YESRS ELDERLY PATIENT WITH HISTORY OF HYPERTENSION HAS PRESENTED WITH S C HEMARGHE ON THE NASAL ADOECT OF BULBAR CONJUCTIVA CLOSE YO LIMBUS HE HAS TO HAVE CARDIOLOGICAL EVAUATION E C G ECHO LIPID PROFILE IF HE SMOKER HE HAS STOP SMOKING IF HE IS OBESE HE HAD TO REDUCE WEIGHT MIST IMPORTANT THING IS REGULAR RETINAL EXSMINATION TO EXCLUDE ANY EVIDENCE OF HYPERTENSIVE RETINOPATHY RECORD I O P
S/c hg causes are 1 hypertension which patient is hypertensive 2 trauma3 extreme straining like coughing or sneezing or lifting weight 4 If there bleeding abnormalities .will recover within 7 to 10 days without treatment
IT'S A..CASE OF.. GERIATRIC PT. WITH .. HT ..& .. SCH .. ? POST TRAUMATIC.. SCH .. ? HT .. INDUCED.. SCH .. ? ANTIPLATELET THERAPY INDUCED.. NEED'S..TO CONCLUDE DIAGNOSIS WITH EXPERTS OPINION AND REQUIRED EVALUATIONS..
Tnx Dr Vipin Bihari Jain
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Hypertension with subconjunctival haemorrhage control Blood pressure, and stop anticoagulant if he is taking and refer to eye specialist for further management
Observation and follow up. BT, CT, PT, CBC, PS to rule hematological problems
Thank you,Doctor
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Hypertension needs to be controlled.his BT,CT,PT, INR needs to be checked.
SUGGESTIVE OF S. C. H NEEDS. ALL ROUTINE INVEASY
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