Conjunctivitis in children: how to treat with home remedies
Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the eye (conjunctivitis) often occurs in children who pull the dirty hands to her face, bathe in the polluted pond, staying in a dusty environment. The sense of burning and itching in the eye, a sense of debris deliver the baby a lot of problems.
Instruction conjunctivitis in children: how to treat with home remedies
Disease begins acutely. Appears redness and swelling of the conjunctiva of the eyelids and the eyeball, tearing. Look at the eyes of a child, starting with the age, the conjunctiva of the eyelids and the eyeball. Pull the lower eyelid down with the index finger or thumb so as to see the lower labial fold. Thumb and forefinger of the right hand grasp the ciliary edge of the eyelid, pull the downwards.
Wash the baby's eyes with a weak solution of potassium permanganate, or 2% boric acid solution, drip 30% solution of sodium sulfatsil any penicillin. Lay eyes antibiotic ointment. Immediately show the child optometrist.
When pinkeye use antimicrobial preparations: antibiotics solutions, furatsilina solution in a dilution of 1: 5000, 2.4% solution of boric acid of 3% solution of a colloid silver. On the first day a child bury drops into the conjunctival sac every hour. In the next 3-4 days bury for 5-6 times a day. In acute conjunctivitis are not Apply a sterile dressing the child, so as not to cause stagnation of purulent discharge.
If your child has viral conjunctivitis, you just need to use viral drugs (oxolinic oxoline solution or ointment), fortifying agents (vitamins). If you feel unwell, increased body temperature, runny nose and headaches sick child should be isolated for 5-6 days.
Make sure that the child complied with the rules of personal hygiene. The child must have a separate towel. After instillation of the drops or eye wash wash your child's hands. Under no circumstances should a sick child should not attend the nursery, kindergarten or school. Treatment is carried out until complete recovery, which must be confirmed by bacteriological.