General Eye Care Information


How to clean the eye:

First, wash your hands with soap and water.

Use a cotton swab to clean the eye.

Pour the solution for eye wash on a cotton ball. You can also boil water in cotton balls and use them after a cold.

Wipe the eyes gently from the inside (near the nose) with (in the direction of the ears).

Do not use the same cotton ball several times.

Do not let your children play with medicine bottles.

If you open the bottle, do this by holding the nozzle slightly away from your face and eyes.

Do not let your children handle glass bottles.

Put the bottle in the fridge and not in the freezer.

Choosing safe toys for their children appropriate to their age. Avoid buying toys, throwing toys with sharp edges, such as bows and arrows, which can be hit or injure the eye in the distance.

Keep track of your children while in the game, and teach them safe operation. A stone throw during a game causes a serious injury that should be avoided.

Keep your daily use items such as detergents, disinfectants and chemicals in a safe place inaccessible to children.

Do not let children play with fireworks that are dangerous. In the closely watched during festivals, as a sofa. Always keep a bucket of water nearby while the explosion crackers.

Keep children away from dishes that can harm them. Knives, scissors, etc. should be kept in a safe, enclosed area.

Teach your children how to protect your eyes, wear sunglasses whenever they are outside. You should also keep them from looking directly at the sun.

Do not allow children to use laser pens.

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