Ok, I may be reinventing the wheel, but wanted to share recent experience (may be useful for someone). I was given a young Brahma cockerel (2 months old) who had not eaten or drank water for 3 days, both eyes fully closed and breathing like Dart Vader. So I put him isolated in a 19-20C room to sleep overnight. The next morning I removed white pus the size of a bean from both of his eyes. I didn't do the saline washing as I didn't have it prepared. I put Tobramycin in his eyes - 2 drops in each eye. And gave him garlic in the beak. Fresh real garlic. Left him in the warm room. In the evening there was no change in his condition but he was making "I am hungry" movements (don't know how to describe these). So he was still blind but he drank water and I gave him more garlic in the beak. The next morning he (still both eyes closed) started eating and in the evening he opened one of his eyes. This is now day 3 of his "hospital stay", one of his eyes is still shut, but he is eating and drinking and escaping his box. His breathing has improved though he is still snoring. I will be giving him more garlic tonight and I may put some Tobramycin drops in his shut eye. So I think (I may be wrong though) garlic has played a major role in the healing process + keeping him in a warm room.