Son's eye red after being squirted with frog guts. while dissectin it in class,
I have been putting regular eye drops in his eye, since he came home.
The nurse did flush, his eye when it happened. He said he was pulling the frogs eye, when it squired him in the eye, let me know if this is a problem.
what "regular eye drops" are you using? please do not use visine or anything with naphazoline or tetrahydrozoline.
he's at rick for bacterial infection. but also corneal toxicity from the fixation/embalming/pickling process...
flush copiously with saline after the incident (sounds like this nwas already done) and use ARTIFICIAL TEARS or lubricant eye drops, not visine. i personally dont think this warrants a trip to the eye doc unless its red for more than 1-2 days.
if it does end up being red for 1-2 days, go to an eye doctor, not a pediatrician or general practitioner...
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