Comm Eye Health Vol. 18 No. 53 2005. Published online 01 March, 2005

Red eye: the role of primary care

Primary health care workers examine a baby. CAMBODIA. © Sue Stevens
Primary health care workers examine a baby. CAMBODIA. © Sue Stevens

One of the most common eye problems to present to health workers is acute red eye(s). While the more serious causes of red eye need prompt recognition and management by an eye specialist, in many cases red eye can be managed at the first point of health care (primary level).

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