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Risk Factors for Ocular Injury from a Champagne Bottle or Other Carbonated Beverage

Specialty:

Neurology, Psychiatry, Ophthalmology & Otolaryngology
Emergency Medicine & Critical Care
General Surgery & Anesthesiology

Objective:

ICD-10:

Description:

A bottle containing a carbonated drink such as champagne is under pressure. The pressure can cause the bottle to explode or the bottle stopper to fly off at a high speed. Either mechanism can result in serious trauma to the eye.

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