Foreign Body, Eye (cont.)
Eye Foreign Body Follow-up
- Keeping follow-up appointments is important. Follow-up care is necessary to ensure that the treatment prescribed is effective.
- Depending on the severity of the injury, follow-up care for re-evaluation should be in 1 to 2 days with an ophthalmologist.
Howard A. Blumstein, MD, FAAEM
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