Eye Infections and Allergies

Every day, millions of individuals wear contact lenses safely. However, they pose a danger of causing an eye infection. Infections of the eyeball and associated tissues, including the clear front surface of the eye (cornea) and the thin membrane covering the outer and inner eyelids, arise when harmful microorganisms — bacteria, fungi, and viruses — penetrate any part of the eyeball or surrounding tissues (conjunctiva). Various eye solutions can help reduce inflammation and discomfort. The practitioner should make a fast diagnosis and begin appropriate treatment to achieve a favourable visual outcome for the patient. The most frequent types of allergic conjunctivitis in the eyes are seasonal allergic conjunctivitis (hay fever conjunctivitis) and year-round or perennial allergic conjunctivitis (atopic conjunctivitis, atopic keratoconjunctivitis). Allergic reactions, such as those produced by airborne allergens, can irritate the conjunctiva. Itching, redness, swelling, tearing, and stringy discharge are all common symptoms.

•    Causes and Symptoms
•    Risk Factors
•    Diagnosis 
•    Treatment

Market Analysis:
The global Eye Infections Treatment Market is estimated at US$ 7.3 Bn for 2022, and the market is projected to progress at a CAGR of 3.8% from 2022 to 2030. Demand for eye infections treatment is anticipated to reach a worth of US$ 9.9 Bn by the end of 2030.