We provide professional support in Conjunctiva.
Conjunctivitis, popularly known as red eye disease; It is the name given to the
inflammation of the transparent tissue covering the white of the eye and the
eyelids. This disease also causes blood in the eye. The membrane that
covers the inside of the eyelids and the white part of the eyes is called
It is a membrane that covers the back surfaces of the
eyelids and the parts of the eye in contact with the external environment. The
conjunctiva, which starts from the free edges of the upper and lower lids,
begins to wrap the eyeball by folding after covering the posterior surfaces of
It is analyzed in three parts;
This varies according to the type of disease, different
treatment methods should be applied for bacterial, viral, allergic
Bacterial conjunctivitis; Drops containing
broad-spectrum antibiotics are used, the duration of treatment is 7-10
days. During the treatment, patients can apply tea compresses to further
alleviate the symptoms, and the tea steam compress helps to reduce the redness.
In viral conjunctivitis; In general, no treatment is
needed, mild symptoms are alleviated with eye drops or ointments. First of
all, in this viral conjunctivitis, with the relief of the viral condition,
allergy symptoms in the eye are also alleviated.
allergic conjunctivitis; First of all, the cause of
the allergy is determined and eye drops are used according to the severity of
this allergy . A positive response is received in a short time for allergy
treatment supported by oral tablets for conjunctivitis causing
It is possible to prevent conjunctivitis, you can also
protect yourself from this disease by taking precautions.
Contact with people with eye infections should be avoided.
Considering that viral and bacterial conjunctivitis is highly contagious, towels, napkins and make-up materials
should never be used together.
Paying attention to hand hygiene should be washed with soap and plenty of water at regular intervals.
Individuals with eye infections should avoid entering the pool.
Contact lens wearers should never share their lenses.
During the day, crowded environments should be avoided and masks should be worn in public transportation vehicles.