A corneal laceration is a very serious injury and requires immediate medical attention to avoid severe vision loss.

If your eye has been injured, you should do the following:

•   Gently place a shield over the eye. The bottom of a paper cup taped to the bones surrounding the eye can serve as a shield until you get medical attention.
•   DO NOT rinse with water.
•   DO NOT remove the object stuck in eye.
•   DO NOT rub or apply pressure to eye.
•   Avoid giving aspirin, ibuprofen or other non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs. These drugs thin the blood and may increase bleeding.
•   After you have finished protecting the eye, see a physician immediately.

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