IV. Underline proper prepositions and complete the text. Translate the text into Ukrainian.
The primary mode (of / with / from) treatment for a sty is application (by / at / of) warm compresses. Incision and drainage is performed if resolution does not begin (in / on / to) the next 48 hours after warm compresses are started.
As a part of self-care at home, patients may cleanse the affected eyelid (from / in / with) tap water or with a mild, non-irritating soap or shampoo (such as baby shampoo) to help clean crusted discharge. Cleansing must be done gently and while the eyes are closed to prevent eye injuries.
Patients are highly advised not to lance the stye, as it may result (in / by / at) a serious infection. The infection could spread (by / to / of) the surrounding tissues and areas.
Eye stye sufferers should avoid eye makeup (e.g. eyeliner), lotions and wearing contact lenses, since these can aggravate and spread the infection (sometimes (to / with / for) the cornea).
Medical treatment can also be provided (by / with / in) a doctor and it is aimed (at / by / to) relieving the symptoms. Pain relievers such as acetaminophen may be prescribed and (to / on / in) some cases, antibiotics may be needed. Antibiotics are normally given (to / from / at) patients with multiple sties or (with / by / on) sties that do not seem to heal, and to patients who also suffer (with / from / to) blepharitis or rosacea. Commonly, the ophthalmologist prescribes oral or intravenous antibiotics, such as doxycycline, only when the infection has spread. Topical antibiotic ointments or antibiotic/steroid combination ointments can also be administered (on / from / in) sty treatment.