Make fireworks eye safety a priority this July 4th in order to have an enjoyable celebration with family and friends and avoid eye injury!

Since fireworks eye injuries are the second most common call we get from the emergency room each July 4th, having some common sense safety tips and taking straight forward precautions can help you avoid the ER visit.

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Fireworks Eye Safety Tips

  • Never let kids play with fireworks of any type.
  • Do not purchase, use or store fireworks of any type-leave it to professionals.
  • Attend only authorized public fireworks displays conducted by licensed operators
  • Should a fireworks accident occur:
    • Do not rub the eye.
    • Do not attempt to rinse out the eye. adidas stan smith adidas zx flux belgique This can be even more damaging than rubbing.
    • Do not apply pressure to the eye itself-but protecting the eye from further contact with any item, including the person’s hand.
    • Do not stop for medicine! Over-the-counter pain relievers will not do much to relieve pain. chaussure adidas nike air max 90 Aspirin (should never be given to children) and ibuprofen can thin the blood, increasing bleeding. adidas stan smith air jordan 11 Take the person to the emergency room at once.
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If you are seen in the emergency room please instruct them to call us at The Eye Clinic of Texas at 800-423-3937 as we always have an eye doctor “on call” to provide consultation and continued care for you.

If you or someone you know has questions about fireworks eye safety and eye injuries please call The Eye Clinic of Texas, an affiliate of Houston Eye Associates, at 800-423-3937, visit The Eye Clinic of Texas, Google+ or facebook.com/ecot.lasik.

The Eye Clinic of Texas is an affiliate of Houston Eye Associates, the largest ophthalmology clinic in the nation.

 

 

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The eye doctors and staff at The Eye Clinic of Texas alerted patients getting ready to celebrate the July 4th holiday to use both common sense and caution when enjoying fireworks displays. asics nimbus Eye safety is quite critical with fireworks as fireworks related eye injuries are the second most frequent injury we see from emergency room each July 4th weekend.

Some common sense precautions everyone can take to prevent eye injuries includes:
• Never let kids play with fireworks of any type.
• Do not purchase, use or store fireworks of any type-leave it to professionals.
• Attend only authorized public fireworks displays conducted by licensed operators

Keep in mind that even professional displays can be dangerous. nike cortez botte ugg pas cher However, if an eye accident does occur, there are a few things you should know:

• Do not rub the eye.
• Do not attempt to rinse out the eye. adidas pas cher This can be even more damaging than rubbing.
• Do not apply pressure to the eye itself-but protecting the eye from further contact with any item, including the person’s hand.
• Do not stop for medicine! Over-the-counter pain relievers will not do much to relieve pain. Fjallraven Kanken Online Adidas Zx pas cher Aspirin (should never be given to children) and ibuprofen can thin the blood, increasing bleeding. FF14 gil nike requin Take the person to the emergency room at once.
• Do not apply ointments or drops. asics gel quantum 360 basket air jordan soldes They may not be sterile and may make the area around the eye slippery and harder for the doctor to examine.

Once you are seen in the emergency room please feel free to have them call The Eye Clinic of Texas at 800-423-3937 as we always have an eye doctor “on call” to provide consultation and continued care for you.

If you or someone you know has questions about fireworks eye safety and eye injuries please call The Eye Clinic of Texas, an affiliate of Houston Eye Associates, at 800-423-3937, visit The Eye Clinic of Texas or facebook.com/ecot.lasik to schedule an appointment.
The Eye Clinic of Texas is an affiliate of Houston Eye Associates, the largest ophthalmology clinic in the nation.

The Eye Clinic of Texas eye doctors counseled being cautious and careful when it comes to fireworks eye safety around the July 4th holiday. “Eye safety and eye injury prevention does need to be considered as we all enjoy the magnificent fireworks displays in and around greater Houston while celebrating the July 4th festivities,” commented Dr. chaussures nike air max Da-Thuy Van an eye doctor and eye surgeon at The Eye Clinic of Texas. It’s best to leave the use of fireworks to professionals who are well versed in eye safety and avoiding eye injury. Officiel Christian Louboutin This is more significant than one might think as eye injuries are the second most frequent injury we see from emergency room each July 4th weekend,” said Dr. bns gold Van. “In particular, keep kids away from fireworks-they are not toys or playthings.”

If an eye accident does occur, there are a few things you should know:

  • Do not rub the eye.
  • Do not attempt to rinse out the eye. Fjällräven Deutschlands This can be even more damaging than rubbing.
  • Do not apply pressure to the eye itself-but protecting the eye from further contact with any item, including the person’s hand.
  • Do not stop for medicine! Over-the-counter pain relievers will not do much to relieve pain. Aspirin (should never be given to children) and ibuprofen can thin the blood, increasing bleeding. nike air max tn Take the person to the emergency room at once.
  • Do not apply ointments or drops. They may not be sterile and may make the area around the eye slippery and harder for the doctor to examine.

Once you are seen in the emergency room please feel free to have them call The Eye Clinic of Texas at 800-423-3937 as we always have an eye doctor “on call” to provide consultation and continued care for you.

If you or someone you know has questions about fireworks eye safety and eye injuries please feel free to call The Eye Clinic of Texas at 800-423-3937, visit The Eye Clinic of Texas or facebook.com/ecot.lasik to schedule an appointment.

The Eye Clinic of Texas is an affiliate of Houston Eye Associates, the largest ophthalmology clinic in the nation. We are a leading eye care practice serving the greater Houston, Galveston, League City and Texas City area that provides all aspects of general, medical, surgical, laser and optical eye care services. Our Board Certified Ophthalmologists perform Laser Eye Surgery such as LASIK, Cataract Surgery & Lens Implants using advanced technology IOLs to correct complex problems such as astigmatism and near vision focusing problems including presbyopia, diagnosis and management of glaucoma, diagnosis and management of diabetic retinopathy, diagnosis and management of Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) and Pediatric Ophthalmology.