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how to prevent filamentous keratopathy and nursing measures of filamentous keratopathy

how to prevent filamentous keratopathy and nursing measures of filamentous keratopathy

Prevention of filamentous keratopathy

I. Prevention:

Patients should pay attention to adequate rest. Keep your eyes in contact with fresh air for rehabilitation. Listening to relaxed music is also beneficial to relieve eye pain and local irritation symptoms.

Eat more vegetables and fruits rich in vitamins and cellulose. Eat more beans, bean products, lean meat, eggs and other high-calorie and high-protein foods to facilitate corneal repair. You should quit smoking and drinking, and don't eat fried, spicy, fatty and sugary foods. Mental recuperation is very important for this disease, and depression and anger are the most avoided, so as not to aggravate liver fire and be unfavorable to rehabilitation. However, it is not advisable to talk and laugh too much, with Jennifer and tranquility as the degree.

In order to prevent keratitis, we should pay attention to establishing a healthy lifestyle. Because patients with herpes simplex keratitis are poisoned for life, any factors affecting immune fluctuation will lead to recurrence of old diseases. Patients should live regularly and avoid staying up late, drinking alcohol, overeating, catching a cold and fever, sun exposure and other inducements, so as to reduce the risk of recurrence of old diseases. Once the old disease recurs, you should go to the hospital to receive doctor's treatment and consultation in time, and don't use drugs indiscriminately, so as not to complicate the disease and increase the difficulty of disease treatment.

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