eye injury

Fireworks safety and what to do in case of an eye injuryWith the Fourth of July upon us, it is important to remember these safety tips when handling fireworks. Everyone here at Optometry Times wishes our readers a safe and happy holiday!
How to help your patients avoid eye injuries at work
How to help your patients avoid eye injuries at workIn celebration of Workplace Eye Wellness Month, find out what you need to know about eye safety for your patients who work in office jobs and heavy industry alike.
Tips to combat firework eye injury horrors
Tips to combat firework eye injury horrorsWhile many people across the United States are hosting barbeques, attending parades and firework displays, and picnicking with their families today, ophthalmologists may find themselves celebrating Independence Day a little differently—handling emergencies due to firework-related eye injuries.
Laser injury requires second opinionA 56 year-old male patient came into the clinic recently for a second opinion concerning a previous injury to his right eye. A high-powered commercial laser in a physics laboratory was the source of the injury in 2005.
NJ bill will provide information about eye injuriesThe New Jersey State Legislature recently passed a bill that will require the New Jersey Department of Education to develop an educational fact sheet for parents concerning sports-related eye injuries.
AAOphth reminds parents to consider eye safety when purchasing holiday toysThe American Academy of Ophthalmology reminds parents to exercise caution when considering the purchase of toys that commonly cause eye injuries this holiday season.