The video shows how to put eyedrops into children of any age including babies.
Or contaminating the drops, and don’t worry if the occasional drop is missed. with the head tilted backwards, chin upwards towards the ceiling. and put the drop into the pocket between the lower lid and the eye. and place the drop on the skin in the corner of the eyelids and the drops will roll into the eye. should be encouraged to learn to put their own drops in.
In one hand. with the other hand they should pull down the lower lid and squeeze the drop into the eye. it may babies and young children often don’t understand why they need drops the drops in safely with as little upset as possible. sometimes swaddling them in a blanket can help keep the arms and legs out of the way. thumb and index finger and put a drop into the eye.
Put a couple of drops on the skin by the inside corner of the eye or gently part the lids to allow the drops to flow in. sit on the floor with legs straight out in front of you and slightly apart. and their arms are tucked under your knees. this allows you two free hands to get and there is no chance of your child hurting themselves. place your index finger firmly over
The inner corner of the lids no matter what their age, safely and quickly.
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How to put eyedrops in children and babies By Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust