Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Russian National Research Institute of Railway Hygiene of Federal Service on Customers' Rights Protection and Human Well-being Surveillance

Organization of medical care in adult population with non-production eye injuries.


Aim: justify the need for institutional arrangements for the provision of medical care to adults with non-productive eye injuries. Material and Methods: analytical, medical, statistical, and comparative analysis. Results. The problem of eye injuries is unresolved today and has not only medical, but also a great social importance. The study calls the structure revealed that the majority of the adult population is unevenly within 24 hours of the first day sought treatment. So, the peak of appeals noted in the first half of a day. Every fourth victim turned to a medical institution for the first two hours after the injury. Young people under the age of 18 years sought medical help almost half of the cases within two hours after injury (40.6%). In 7.4% of cases, the treatment of ocular injury was performed in a hospital. 99.3% of patients with eye injuries recovered. The outcome of treatment was significantly depended on the nature of the injury (p

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