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What is the first aid treatment for eye injuries?

For chemical exposures, immediately start flushing the eye for at least 20 minutes with water and go straight to the doctor. For a blow to the eye, put cool compresses on it. If the eye is bleeding, seek medical attention. And if a foreign object enters the eye, try to remove by blinking the eye, then flush it with eye drops. If that doesn't work, bandage the eye and seek medical attention.

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