December 11, 2009, Newsletter Issue #197: Eye Injuries

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Various injuries can result if the proper safety glasses are not worn, or if they are not worn at all. The most common eye injuries are:

Cuts or abrasions to the cornea
Particles embedded in the eye
Chemical burns from splashes and spills
Red eyes resulting from corneal inflammation
Eye Contusions

It should be known this list represents only a small percentage of eye injuries, resulting from choosing not to wear safety glasses or wearing improper safety glasses.

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