Chemical Splash in Eye is an accidental exposure of the eye/eyeball, to potentially caustic chemicals.
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- Chemical Splash in Eye is an accidental exposure of the eye/eyeball, to potentially caustic chemicals
- The condition may be mild or severe depending on the type of chemical involved and the degree of exposure
- Seek medical help, as appropriate
- In case of severe and/or life-threatening symptoms, call 911 (or your local emergency number) for immediate assistance
- Confirm that the airways are protected; also, ensure breathing and the presence of pulse (as applicable)
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American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)
6300 North River Rd. Rosemont, IL 60018-4262
Phone: (847) 823-7186
Toll-Free: (800) 346-2267
Fax: (847) 823-8125
References and Information Sources used for Eye Injury - Chemical Burns:
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/first-aid-eye-emergency/FA00041 (accessed on 10/03/2017)
Helpful Peer-Reviewed Medical Articles for Eye Injury - Chemical Burns:
Hernandez, R. (2016). What is the best solution for irrigating an alkali chemical eye burn?.
Schrage, N., Burgher, F., Blomet, J., Bodson, L., Gerard, M., Hall, A., ... & Merle, H. (2015). Chemical Ocular Burns. Klinische Monatsblätter für Augenheilkunde, 232(7), 895.
Almoosa, A., Asal, A., Atif, M., Ayachit, S., & DOMS, P. H. (2017). Occupational Eye Injury: The Neglected Role of Eye Protection. Bahrain Medical Bulletin, 39(2).
Atley, K., & Ridyard, E. (2015). Treatment of hydrofluoric acid exposure to the eye. International journal of ophthalmology, 8(1), 157.
Tran, M., & Major, S. (2015). Personal Protective Equipment. Encyclopedia of Intensive Care Medicine, 28(2), 41-46.