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Systemic Review and Meta Analysis on Topical Pain Control in Corneal Abrasions

¬†Background Information: Corneal abrasions are responsible for the largest proportion of eye-related chief complaints in patients presenting to emergency departments in the United States. There is substantial variability in physician practice when it comes to pain control. Ophthalmology literature has …

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Topical Pain Control for Corneal Abrasions

Corneal abrasions account for 10% of all ocular complaints, and are the most common cause of ocular trauma (Alotaibi 2011, Bhatia 2013).¬† The diagnosis of corneal abrasions typically involves fluorescein staining of the eye and visualization of the abrasion via …

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