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Due you want to see me take my eye out I can and you can too That is if you dont use proper eyewear when doing various activities that may be hazardous to your eyes I would like to take the time today to explain to all of you why it is important to wear the right kind of eye protection when lets say working with tools I am also going to try and persuade you to use proper eyewear and I am going to do this with some facts a little data and a short storyDo you play sports such as tennis or baseball Do you use a lawn mower or a lawn trimmer Do you like to do carpentry These and many other daily activities put people at risk for eye injuries Eye injuries are common especially impact injuries that is injuries caused by something striking the eye These injuries can range from a mild corneal abrasion to hyphema bleeding into the anterior chamber of the eye retinal detachment penetration of the eye or a ruptured globe the eye breaking open Sounds gruesome doesnt it The good news is that some eye injuries heal with no after-effects but and there is always a but others result in impaired vision or especially in the case of a ruptured globe loss of the eye The worst part of all this news is that the largest majority of all these injuries are easily preventable and the biggest part of the people with eye injuries is that they dont use eye protection of any kind to prevent this from happeningDue to not participation in the use of proper eye protection according to Sports Ophthalmology by Dr Bruce M Zagelbaum there has been over 200000 eye injures in the past couple of years According to Sports Vision Introduction to Behavioral Optometry by Alan W Reichow and Michael W Stoner of the 200000 injures 70 are due to sports
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