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Traumatic patient eye vision 6/60..

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S/c h'ge: Vn is 6/60 . The poor vn may ne preexisting or if post trauma, then , without

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Traumatic gross subconjunctival haemorrhage and probably corneal abrasion Treatment has been nicely recommended by respected colleagues. But main point is why there is vision of 6/60. The very first examination is the use of pin hole and if vision improves there is nothing to worry But if no visual improvement one needs to be more methodical like slit lamp examination,examination of ocular media and ophthalmoscopy are recommended Very rarely in such case OCT may be needed @w

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Blunt trauma causing s/c hg if there is pain can have pain killers S/c hg will recover in 7to 10 days without treatment

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SHE HAS R TRAUMATIC CORNEAL ABRSION TT CYCLOGY EYE DROPS ONE'DROP 3 TIMES A DAY I MOXAFLOXINE EYE DROPS ONE'DROP 3 TIMES A DAY NON STERIODAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY EYE DROPS ONE'DROP 3 TIMES A DAY SYSTEMIC ANTIBIOTICS TAB VIT C 500 MG ONE TAB OD FOR 10 DAYS MONITER THE PT

S/c h'ge: Vn is 6/60 . The poor vn may ne preexisting or if post trauma, then , without

( Kindly continue from above incomplete answer ). Examination of eye , cause of vn & rx can't be decided. As for s/c h'ge, it will resolve within 2 weeks. Rx : Moxifloxacin with dexamethasone e/drops qid . Tab. Paracetamol tid. Tab. Limcee 1 od.
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Close the eye Antibiotic drops locally Painkillers if pain persists