What should happen if there is a suspected or actual laser exposure/incident?
Ocular overexposure/suspected overexposure to a laser requires an immediate (ASAP, within 24 hours) thorough eye examination by an eye doctor. The tests include medical history, external examination including the skin, best visual acuity near and far, Amsler Grid visual fields, stereopsis, and non-dilated fundoscopy. If the results of these tests are abnormal or questionable, then pupil examination, slit lamp biomicroscopy, and dilated fundoscopy must be done. Also, the incident must be reported IMMEDIATELY.