An eye extrusion can be a very difficult job to attend as a paramedic, because the patient is likely to be severely distressed.
The main processes that a paramedic should be considering are the following:
* Never try an push the eyeball back into the socket (not only will this be uncomfortable for the patient, but it will also lead to potential damage of eye structures and introduce infection).
* Support the eye with a moist (preferably saline soaked) dressing.
* Constantly irrigate the eyeball with sterile saline to keep it from drying out.