How to drop eye drops correctly? _Industry information_
To a certain extent, the use of eye drops can alleviate the disease and play a therapeutic role, but if it is used incorrectly, it will not only be difficult to treat the eye disease, aggravate the condition, but also cause other complications, and the consequences will be more serious, especially Special groups such as children and pregnant women should be more cautious when using eye drops. Let's take a look at how to apply eye drops correctly. How to apply eye drops correctly (1) Before using eye drops, be sure to check the date of manufacture, so as not to use expired eye drops. It is also necessary to check whether the eye drops are good, whether there is turbidity, whether the color has changed, etc., so as not to use the changed eye drops, causing serious consequences. (2) Read the instructions carefully before using eye drops, especially breastfeeding mothers and pregnant women. Many eye drops cannot be used. Some have inhibitory effects on bone development. Therefore, as a special group, you must be cautious. . (3) When using eye drops, shake it slightly before using, and keep your hands clean when dropping eye drops. When applying eye drops, you can take a sitting or supine position, with your head slightly tilted back, your eyes looking to the top of your forehead, and one hand gently pull open the lower eyelid. The space between the lower eyelid and the eyeball is the conjunctival sac. Just drop in the eye drops. Remember, the mouth of the eye drops should not directly touch the eyes to avoid pollution. (4) After dropping the eye drops, lift the upper eyelid slightly, then gently close the eyes and rest for 2-3 minutes to ensure that the eye drops can be better absorbed and increase the therapeutic effect. After applying the eye drops, you can gently hold the inner corner of the eye to reduce the side effects caused by the absorption of the drug throughout the body. Press the inner corner of the eye for about 3 minutes to prevent the liquid from flowing into the nasolacrimal duct through the punctum. (5) Eye drops should not be used excessively. In addition to wasting resources, there is another point that some eye drops can cause adverse reactions if used in large amounts. (6) Eye drops should not be overly dependent. Generally, all the drops contain preservatives. Excessive use will destroy the physiological environment of the eyes. Some will develop drug resistance and even cause other complications. (7) If you use other eye drops or other therapeutic drugs at the same time, you must consult a doctor to avoid interactions that may cause abnormalities in your body and affect your health. If you can use other eye drops at the same time, you should also make a time interval, usually about five minutes. (8) If there is a serious adverse reaction during use or if the symptoms are not relieved after a period of use, it should be stopped in time and diagnosed in time. (9) When the eye drops do not need to be used, they need to be stored in a cool and ventilated place, and some need to be stored in a refrigerator, and the eye drops should not be stored together with other eye drops. (10) General eye drops should not be used for more than three months, even if they are not used up, they must be discarded.