EYE P GLASSES
PROTECT YOUR EYES AGAINST X-RAY INDUCED CATARACT

Flip Up Design

  • X-ray protective goggles have traditionally made of leaded glass, which makes them heavy and uncomfortable, especially if worn during longer procedures

  • EYE-P goggles are made of light-weight acrylic shields which are both highly effective in reducing scatter radiation up to 70&

  • EYE-P goggles can be worn standalone or over prescription glasses. They come with large flip-up shields to maximize wearer protection and comfort

  • Amber acrylic with black accents

Product Specifications

Weight

46g 

Outer Size (WxHxL)

50mm x 160mm x 160mm

Material

Acrylic-lead shield

Radiation Protection

0.07mm Pb equivalent

Made in Japan

Our eyes are sensitive, even to very low doses of x-ray radiation exposure. X-ray radiation directed toward the lens surface can cause cataract, sometimes with a delay of several months to a year before opacities appear

Healthy Eye

X-Ray Induced Cataract

The International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) has revised its eye dose threshold and the occupational annual dose limit significantly downwards. More recent epidemiological studies suggest a ‘no threshold’, as even extremely low doses of radiation can induce cataracts.

 

Protect your eyes against a decrease in eyesight, sharpness, ability to focus and see objects in bright sunlight, which are among the typical symptoms with posterior subscapular cataracts.

PROTECT YOUR EYES AGAINST X-RAY INDUCED CATARACT

  • X-ray protective goggles have traditionally made of leaded glass, which makes them heavy and uncomfortable, especially if worn during longer procedures.

  • Light weight, acrylic-lead shields

  • Flip-up design

  • Large protective area

  • Side shields for added splash protection

  • Can be worn standalone or over existing prescription glasses

  • Adjustable nose bridge and temple bar