Home > Medical > First aid > Removing foreign objects Removing foreign objects All sections in First Aid » About First Aid » Bites and Stings » Breathing Emergencies » Burns » Crime » Drowning » Eye Injuries » FAqs » Head & Spinal Injuries » Health Tips » Heat Emergencies & Hypothermia » Multimedia » First Aid News » Real-life Story » Removing Foreign Objects » Safety First » Shock » Medical Emergencies » Sprains, Fractures and Dislocations » The Basics » Unconsciousness » Wounds & Bleeding First Aid: How to remove a fishhook We show you how to remove a fish-hook. Eyes: first aid Eye injuries may be caused by a foreign object or chemical entering the eye, or a blow to the eye. Here's what to do to prevent further damage to this delicate organ. Objects in the skin Have look at how to remove splinters or pieces of glass and metal. Assess Am I at risk of a stroke? » Join Parenting Forum » Ask CyberDoc » Quiz Would you survive disaster? » Vinnie Jones' hard and fast hands-only CPR Breathe for me Foreign objects in the nose Children often push small objects up their noses. This section discusses how these objects can be removed. Removing fishhooks Removing a fishhook is best left to a doctor, but if you are far from medical help, the following instructions will be useful. Foreign objects in the ear How do you remove an object lodged in someone's ear? We show you how. Removing a ring Are you struggling to remove a ring from your finger? Follow these steps. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.