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How Pepper Spray Affects the Body Medical Course

For Educational Use Only - Fair Use - E.R. physician Dr. Travis Stork demonstrates the effects of pepper spray on the body and vice president of Security Equipment Corporation David Nance gives...

$50M lawsuit alleges negligence by Wanaque police, local nursing home -

WANAQUE — The estate of a 75-year-old Alzheimer's patient who was pepper-sprayed, arrested and hospitalized has filed a $50 million lawsuit against the police department and employees of a local assisted living facility alleging negligence, discrimination and recklessness, according to court records.

The suit filed in state Superior Court in Passaic County last month claims...



The effects of pepper spray on eyes - Vision Eye Institute

The epithelial layer of the cornea is disrupted by pepper spray, so people with impaired corneal integrity (diabetes, dry eye or recurrent corneal erosion) are particularly susceptible to these effects, compared to those with good eye health.

Can pepper spray damage your eyes? - Quora

Pepper spray "appears" to be harmless. Here are the conclusions of a study done to answer your exact question: Although OC (capsaicin) causes immediate changes in mechanical and chemical sensitivity that may persist for a week, a single exposure to OC appears harmless to corneal tissues. The changes are possibly associated with damage of corneal nerve terminals of mainly unmyelinated polymodal ...

Can pepper spray cause permanent eye damage? -

Pepper spray cannot lead to severe eye problems. Eyes are one of weak organs in our body, which are easy to be hurt and get disorders. Pepper spray can make people feel eye irritation, eye pain and eye redness. Use a clean and warm cloth to wipe your eyes gently. A few minutes later, you can drop some basic eye drops to reduce irritation. But what you must keep in mind is no any rubbing and ...


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3 Ways to Get Pepper Spray Out of Eyes - wikiHow

To get pepper spray out of your eyes, start by flushing your face and eyes with cool water for at least 15 minutes, then keeping your eyes open so the air can help evaporate the irritant. Once the burning sensation subsides, you can use saline eye drops to flush out any remaining irritants.

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