The Management of Gas-Filled Eyes - Case Reports in Emergenc
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Intraocular gas bubbles are commonly used in retinal surgery. There are specific management guidelines that need to be followed to ensure surgical success, and there are also unique ophthalmic and systemic complications that can occur in such patients. The aim of this study is to educate emergency department personnel about important issues in the management of patients who have a gas-filled eye following retinal surgery. A patient with a gas-filled eye developed several complications including pain, severe vision loss, high-grade atrioventricular (AV) block, and pneumocephalus...

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