d. Identify signs and symptoms of eye injuries using the following procedures:
Check for foreign object protruding from globe.
Check for swollen or lacerated globe.
Check for bloodshot sclera (bleeding inside eyeball).
Check for bleeding surrounding the eye, inside eyeball, and coming from
e. Determine the category of eye injury.
Injury to tissue surrounding eye--lacerations and contusions.
Injury to eyeball.
Injury to eye in which a protruding object is present.
Avulsed, enucleated, or extruded eyeball.
TREAT INJURY TO TISSUE SURROUNDING EYES
Injury may be on the eyebrow, eyelid, bridge of nose, or temple area. Vision is
usually not impaired (see figure 4-1).
Figure 4-1. Injury to tissue surrounding eye.