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Fiona Chiu (Associate Chief Pharmacist, Strategy, Procurement and Satellite Services, Pharmacy Department, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust) describes the appearance, causes, and management of subconjunctival haemorrhage, including:
- the typical presentation of subconjunctival haemorrhage as a red patch on the sclera, sometimes accompanied by discomfort
- activities and conditions associated with subconjunctival haemorrhage, such as heavy lifting, coughing and sneezing, high blood pressure, and impaired coagulation
- resolution of any discomfort with over-the-counter lubricating eye drops.
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- Management of common eye conditions: introduction
- Glaucoma and the #knowyourdrops campaign
- The diagnosis and treatment of stye
- The symptoms, causes, and treatment of episcleritis
- The causes and treatment of corneal abrasion
- The symptoms and management of chalazion (meibomian cyst)
- Corneal and subtarsal foreign bodies
The development of this Guidelines video has been supported by an educational grant from Allergan plc. Allergan plc had no influence over the content of the video, and checked the final files for technical accuracy only. At all times, editorial control has remained with the presenter and MGP. Stock images were obtained from Science Photo Library.