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What does a Medical Eye Patch do?

A Medical Eye Patch is a small patch used to cover and protect an injured or recovering eye. Most commonly, eye patches are prescribed for certain eye conditions to improve vision in a non-dominant eye. In addition, eye pads are often used to protect the eye after surgery. Post-eye surgery, the healing process is critical, and it is essential to keep the dust, debris, and bacteria away from the eye. The white medical eye pad guards your eye against dust or any potential injury as you heal. It may be used during both daytime and nighttime, depending on the treatment. Before applying the patch, make sure that the eyelids are closed.

A properly placed patch must exert gentle pressure on the eyelid to remain closed, and the eye itself does not rub against the patch. Since the amount of light going into the eye decreases, it helps in easing the pain or discomfort. The eye can still move under the patch. Eye pads also help in reducing the swelling. It is advisable to remove eye pads whenever possible to allow healing and limit the moisture inside the patch, which can sometimes be harmful. You should always consult your doctor if you want to wear an eye pad for a vision problem treatment.

HPFY carries a range of eye pads that are helpful after surgery, especially in kids, so that they do not harm the site of surgery intentionally or unintentionally. For the best results, try Cardinal Health Eye Pads or the McKesson Elastic Band Convex Eye Patch.

Benefits of using an Eye Cover Patch

What conditions require the use of an Eye Patch?

There are several eye conditions that may require the use of a medical eye patch, including:

Types of Eye Pads

Adhesive Patches

Adhesive eye pads are self-adhesive and stick directly onto the skin around the eye, providing a secure fit and easy application. They are made of a soft material, such as foam or cloth, and have an adhesive layer on the back that sticks to the skin. Adhesive patches are usually recommended for shorter periods of use, such as a few hours at a time, as they can cause skin irritation or discomfort if left on for too long. They can be easily removed by gently peeling them off the skin. 3M Nexcare Opticlude Orthoptic Eye Patch has an adhesive border to stick and fits comfortably behind glasses yet permits free movement of eyelids

adhesive eye pad

Non-Adhesive Patches

Non-adhesive eye pads, on the other hand, are held in place with an adjustable strap or band. They are typically made of a soft material, such as foam or cloth, and are recommended for longer periods of use, such as overnight or during sleep. Non-adhesive patches are generally more comfortable to wear for extended periods and less likely to cause skin irritation. They are also reusable and can be washed and sanitized for future use. McKesson Elastic Band Flat Eye Patch consists of a soft elastic headband that holds the patch perfectly in place, and both the band and patch are latex-free.

non-adhesive eye patch

How to Choose Between the Two Types?

The choice between adhesive and non-adhesive eye pads will depend on the specific condition being treated and the individual needs and preferences of the patient. In general, adhesive patches are recommended for shorter periods of use or when a more secure fit is needed. At the same time, non-adhesive patches are recommended for longer periods of use or when a more comfortable fit is desired. It's important to follow the instructions provided by a healthcare professional when using either type of eye pad to ensure proper use and minimize the risk of complications.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How long should I wear a medical eye pad?

    Eye pads should be worn for at least six hours each day. The eye drops are used once a day, just after getting up in the morning. Their effect also lasts for a few hours. Research has shown that treating amblyopia with an eye pad or eye drops can help improve your vision.

  2. Do you close your eye under an eye pad?

    The lids must be closed, and the patch must be snug enough to keep the lids from opening underneath the patch, thereby causing an iatrogenic corneal abrasion.
  3. Are there any side effects of using an eye patch?

    Side effects may include skin irritation, redness, or discomfort around the eye. If any of these occur, the patch should be removed immediately, and a healthcare professional should be consulted.

Where to buy Eye Patches online?

Health Products For You provides a wide range of top-quality medical eye patches for adults from well-known manufacturers like McKesson, Medline Industries, 3M, and many more.

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