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  1. Pts should do this when instilling eye drops to prevent absorption (systemically) of the drops:
  2. A "curtain falling across the eye"/"shadow" is a S/S of this:
  3. Is there pain or no pain assoc. w/a detached retina?
  4. This is the term for the presence of blood in the anterior chamber (d/t a force breaks interior eye blood vessels):
  5. Put the Pt w/Hyphema (blood in the anterior chamber of the eye) in this position:
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  7. W/a Pt w/metal shards in the eye, do this immed.:
  8. What is the most common symptom of Macular Degeneration-blurred central vision or loss of peripheral vision?:
  9. Eye drops go into this spot:
  10. This med is used for preop mydriasis (dilation of the pupil):
  11. A contusion to the eye is immed. treated w/this:
  12. The formation of this may occur in Macular Degeneration:
  13. When two or more meds are to be eyedropped into the eye, the Pt should take this much time between the drops:
  14. Cyclopentolate is this:
  15. This is a s/s of a detached retina:
  16. Miotics do this:
  17. Glaucoma Pts will have to take this for the rest of their lives:
  18. W/a detached retina, this S/S indicates bleeding:
  19. The post-op Cataract Sx s/e of Hyphema can be treated in these ways:
  20. Is vision loss d/t Glaucoma reversible or irreversible?
  1. a Cyclopentolate
  2. b Ice
  3. c EZ, LVN, LPN, NCLEX.
  4. d No pain
  5. e Hyphema
  6. f Widen the trabecular meshwork, cause a contraction of the ciliary muscle, & increase blood flow to the retina.
  7. g A central scotoma (a blind spot).
  8. h A mydriatic & cycloplegic
  9. i "A curtain falling across the eye"/"shadow".
  10. j Eye drops
  11. k 3 - 5 mins.
  12. l A sudden burst of black spots or floaters.
  13. m Irreversible
  14. n Blurred central vision.
  15. o Semi-Fowlers
  16. p The conjunctival sac
  17. q Apply pressure to the nasolacrimal duct.
  18. r Irrigate w/sterile saline
  19. s Bed rest & bilateral eye patching for 2-5 days while absorption occurs, miotics, cycloplegics, & possible irrigation of the anterior chamber to remove blood.
  20. t A detached retina.