Madras Eye Cases surge in Karnataka: Symptoms, prevention method and treatment

The cases of Madras Eye have increased in many places including Karnataka and Delhi. Severe floods have occurred in many parts. Not only this, diseases are also more common in this case. Madras Eye Cases surge in Karnataka: Symptoms, prevention method and treatment.

Madras Eye is not a fatal infection but should be taken seriously as the infection lasts for 5-6 days. The infection is not spread through the air or by eye contact; it is spread by contact with the tears of an infected person after using things that have been used by an infected person.

Symptoms of Madras Eye Disease:

Patients with Madras eye disease typically experience the following symptoms:

– Redness and swelling of the affected eye

– Itching and burning sensation

– Discharge from the affected eye, which may be clear or yellowish

– Increased tearing

– Light sensitivity

– Blurred vision

Diagnosis of Madras eye disease is made through a comprehensive eye examination, including slit-lamp biomicroscopy, corneal thickness measurement, and laboratory tests.

Treatment for Madras eye disease:

Antibiotic eye drops or ointment for bacterial conjunctivitis

– Anti-inflammatory drops for viral conjunctivitis

– Allergy medication for allergic conjunctivitis

– Avoiding exposure to irritants for conjunctivitis caused by chemical irritants.

How to Prevent Madras Eye Disease from Spreading:

To prevent the spread of Madras eye disease, it is important to follow these guidelines:

–  Wash hands frequently with soap and water

–  Avoid touching the eyes and face

–  Do not share towels, eye drops, or makeup

–  Dispose of tissues properly

–  Avoid close contact with infected individuals

–  Practice good hygiene by keeping the eye area clean and free of discharge.

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