Conducted in Saudi Arabia, this article is a quality audit performed in three different phases comparing an intensive care units current eye care to an improved protocol. Phase one assessed six months of data in relation to the initial eyecare regimen. Phase two introduced a new protocol and assessed six months of data based on compliance. The third and final phase was an additional six months’ worth of data correlating to the new protocol. Three corneal complications were assessed: haziness, dryness and ulceration in relation to number of days ventilated. Throughout the three phases, 40, 53, and 91 patients were included respectively. Unlike the other articles summarized here, this article breaks down data into demographics such as male or female, age, and reason for admit to the intensive care unit. This article illuminates my topic but providing data directly related to improvements after a new protocol for eyecare was established.