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Barley in the eye of a child. What to do

Barley in a child, the treatment of which can be varied, is considered a fairly common disease in children. It can occur at any age. In fact, this is an acute, often purulent inflammation of the hair sac on the eyelash. Often it captures the adjacent glands. In the vast majority of cases, it is provoked by the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus. A similar phenomenon in children happens in one eye, or in both.

Parents, in this case, are wondering: if barley is in the child’s eye, what should I do? And is it possible to infect them and infect someone with barley? Is it possible that he will repeat again, or that he will hit the second eye? It is worth saying right away that you can’t get infected with barley, however, it is able to form again, for the third time and so on. Moreover, this can happen as soon as possible. This can happen because a weak childish body has not been able to effectively resist microbes, in other words, its immunity is too weak. Most often, barley of the upper and lower eyelids appears as a result of the fact that the child has slipped through.

If inflammation forms on the upper eyelid, it can be both external and internal, that is, ripening inside the eyelid. This is worse, since a breakthrough and exit of pus is problematic. If barley appears below, then part of the face swells, swelling appears and the inflamed area gradually turns red. If there is 2 or 3 consecutive barley in a child, treatment should be aimed, including, and to increase immunity.

Treatment methods

Barley is an inflammatory process, so treat it conservatively. As soon as this has begun, but there is still no formed abscess, it can be burned with iodine or brilliant green, or even with medical alcohol. But this must be done very carefully, otherwise you can accidentally damage the mucous membrane of the eye, and this is dangerous and traumatic. Doctors often prescribe the UHF procedure to patients. It is known that ultraviolet light effectively kills the infection, in addition, the infrared part of the light spectrum accelerates maturation. By the way, the sun has a similar effect. Warming compresses – heating pads help not bad. They help accelerate the maturation of the abscess – this is one of the home treatments.

If the procedure is repeated regularly, in the mornings and evenings, heated for 15-20 minutes, then after about 2-3 days, the barley will open in the eye of the child. What to do after? Disinfect and clean the pus that comes out. As soon as the abscess begins to form, it is necessary to stop making compresses. If the treatment did not help at an early stage, you will have to start instillation of the conjunctival sac with drops of albucide. This is such a soda, medical solution. In this case, bacteria destroys the substance sulfacetamide, it is the main active component of albucide. Drops are also used, which include antibiotics. For example, penicillin or erythromycin. Allergy sufferers should use gentamicin.

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