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Let 's not get too self-righteous about this... our staffroom is pretty empty at lunchtime let alone any non-contact time teachers have.
The optometrist is also likely to use a non-contact tonometer to blow a puff of air at the eye to measure internal pressure.
In non-contact sports, major fractures, dislocations, or soft-tissue injuries are usually associated with accidental rather than intended collisions.
Minor sprains, muscle pulls, blisters, and overuse syndrome are commonly seen injuries in non-contact sports, according to the AOSSM.