Overcoming The Eyes And Skin That Feels Sore After Being Exposed To Sparks From A Welding Tool?
Hello! I want to ask a remedy for the face and eyes affected by the weld? There is skin peeling near the eye. who was exposed to welding in my father, and in the eyes like a lot of sand also accompanied by high pain. And the recurrence of pain in the eyes at night only, morning and afternoon just ordinary. Thanks
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There is a complaint that facial skin and eye areas affected by the welding felt by your father may be caused by the use of PPE or personal protective equipment that is not used properly, causing grams or splashes of welding as well as gas or hot temperatures from welding activities cause incidents during work. When carrying out welding activities and not using PPE, grams and other risk factors can increase the occurrence of injury to the skin, eyes, or limbs and other body parts. The risk of injury that can arise can include:
Penetrating wounds or ulcers of the eye cornea Infection of the eye Macular corneas where injury arises from injuries to the cornea Burns on the skin Irritation of the skin Headache Visual impairment If your father has complaints that the eye feels numb or feels uncomfortable, and is sore, and there are wounds burn on the skin, then this condition can be an emergency condition in the eye that can be at risk of infection and vision problems. Complaints of the eye feels there is sand can be caused by eye inflammation and the entry of foreign objects or grams in the eye. Because the welding spark is hot-temperature, it can easily be gram or foreign object from the weld entering the surface of the cornea, causing foreign objects or grams adhere strongly to the eye. This causes the eyes to feel runny, like there is sand, runny, red, hot and sore.
So, the best step to do is to do a consultation and visit to the eye doctor or to the emergency room at the hospital closest to your home. This is needed for handling as early as possible so that the condition of skin burns and eye injuries can be treated immediately. Where handling by cleaning foreign objects or grams attached to or attached to the cornea of the eye or eyeball will help reduce inflammation and complaints of pain or pain. Furthermore, the doctor will determine whether there are wounds or not in the eye, if there are wounds, it will be treated and evaluated for wound recovery in the next few days. The risk of eye infections and the risk of corneal damage will also be evaluated periodically. While burns will be treated to prevent infection wounds on the skin.
While still at home, several treatments can be given, such as:
Clean the eyes with gallon water or distilled water Close the eyes by attaching the eyes using plaster to reduce irritation Caring for burns with antiseptic Covering burns when leaving the house Avoiding contact burns with water Avoid rubbing eyes and holding burns However, to ensure all this and get appropriate treatment, make a visit as soon as possible to the eye doctor or the ER will be very helpful treatment. Handling independently at home will risk causing long-term complications if done without supervision and direct instructions from a doctor.
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