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Radiation exposure keratopathy

An 1st year electrical engineering student H/o working on welding work yesterday for some research Complaining of blurred vision nd irritation in the eyes Kindly suggest guidance nd treatment

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It is caused when the eyes are exposed to too much ultraviolet (UV) light. After a delay of 6 to 12 hours following exposure to arc welding, sun lamps or other sources of UV light, the eyes become red, painful, watery and unduly sensitive to light. The vision may become blurred and the eyelids may be red and swollen. Dilator Drops... / Pain keelers/ Dont put on contact glass. In due cource of time it will subside

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It is caused when the eyes are exposed to too much ultraviolet (UV) light. After a delay of 6 to 12 hours following exposure to arc welding, sun lamps or other sources of UV light, the eyes become red, painful, watery and unduly sensitive to light. The vision may become blurred and the eyelids may be red and swollen. Dilator Drops... / Pain keelers/ Dont put on contact glass. In due cource of time it will subside

Cap. Lycopene BD with milk Cap. Amox 500 mg BD TAB. OMNICORTIL 10 MG OD TAB. FLOZEN AA BD SUP. HEALTH OK 10 ML BD These treatments will be given on five days and one moxi eye

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It's photokeratitis Lubricatnt eye drops hourly Tab.citirizine BD tab.diclofenac OD Tab.vitc OD

? PHOTOKERATITIS.. NEED'S.. EYE DROPS.. OCCUREST-AH .. OFLOXACIN.. ANALGESICS..TAB..

Tnx &wc Dr Deependra Dubey
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Photokeratitis Eye drop Itone 2drop tds Cap VITAMIN A one daily,

Exposure to arc light Subconjuctival oedema seen Photokeratitis

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Photophthalmia. Advice frequent application of lubricant drops

Image is not clear looks to be iron foreign body

Photokeratitis Dry eyes

Photophthalmia

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