I've never had a patient splash brown recluse venom in their eyes, nor have I ever heard of it in journal articles or at meetings.
But, just thinking about it, I do not believe it would cause any serious damage as your tears would immediately dilute the venom, washing it away. In addition, your eyeball has many layers of defense against toxins, such as the epithelium
The venom is destroyed when left exposed to air and hand sanitizer would immediately destroy the venom and render it inert.
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