Foresight saves Eyesight. Protect your eyes from Scatter Radiation
Radiation is a very serious concern in many industries, including medicine and dentistry. For those who work in environments where radiation exposure is a possibility, it's important to take precautions to protect their eyesight. That's where Z&Z Medical comes in - we are proud to carry a wide array of radiation protective glasses to help keep our customers safe. Our radiation protective glasses come in a variety of styles, colors, and sizes to fit your specific needs.
Why is it so important to wear radiation protective glasses? Exposure to radiation can cause serious damage to the eyes, including cataracts, retinal damage, and even blindness. Even small amounts of radiation exposure can accumulate over time, leading to long-term damage to the eyes. By wearing radiation protective glasses, you can greatly reduce your risk of eye damage and ensure that you can continue to do your job safely.
At Z&Z Medical, we understand the importance of finding the right radiation protective glasses for your unique needs. Our team of experts is always here to provide personalized recommendations and answer any questions you may have. Whether you're looking for prescription glasses, fitovers, or safety goggles, we have a wide selection to choose from.
But it's not just about the products we carry - we also take pride in our commitment to exceptional customer service. We believe that foresight saves eyesight, and we're dedicated to helping our customers find the best solutions to keep them safe on the job.
In addition to radiation protective glasses, we also carry a wide range of other radiation safety products, including lead aprons, thyroid shields, and radiation monitoring badges. We're your one-stop-shop for all of your radiation safety needs.
In conclusion, if you work in an industry where radiation exposure is a concern, don't take any chances with your eyesight. Trust the experts at Z&Z Medical to provide you
Is Scatter Radiation Putting You at Risk
X-ray technologists are at risk of exposure to scatter radiation while performing diagnostic imaging procedures. Scatter radiation is a type of radiation that is emitted in various directions, rather than directly at the target area, and can potentially expose nearby organs and structures to radiation. One of the ways to minimize this exposure is by using appropriate shielding and limiting the amount of radiation used during the procedure.
Another important measure to protect against scatter radiation is for the X-ray technologist to wear protective eyewear. The eyewear, also known as radiation protective eyewear, is specifically designed to protect the eyes from scatter radiation. They are made of materials such as lead or tungsten that can effectively block or absorb the radiation before it reaches the eyes.
Wearing protective eyewear is especially important for X-ray technologists who frequently perform procedures in fluoroscopy or interventional radiography. This is because the higher the radiation dose, the greater the risk of developing cataracts or other eye problems. Additionally, even low levels of radiation exposure over an extended period of time can still increase the risk of developing eye problems and even cataracts.
It is important to note that the use of protective eyewear is not only important for the technologist but also for any other healthcare professional in the room during the procedure.
In conclusion, protective eyewear is an essential piece of personal protective equipment for X-ray technologists. It is important for employers to provide and enforce the use of radiation protective eyewear to minimize the risk of exposure to scatter radiation and protect the health of their employees.
Foresight Saves Eyesight
There is an old poster hanging on the wall at the National Safety Council that says "Foresight Saves Eyesight." This old saying applies perfectly to today's X-ray Technologist and other Radiology Workers. Given what we now know today about how radiation affects the eye, it is absolutely critical to be prepared with a pair of Protective lead glasses. This particular "best practice" is necessary to prevent the development of cataracts later in life. Research shows that the threshold for acceptable levels of radiation for the human eye is just 10 percent of what we thought it was a few years ago. That's a pretty steep change in acceptable exposure. Shielding your eyes from radiation is a must and, fortunately, you don't have to wear those clunky ol’ glasses that were sold decades ago. Today, there are many varieties of radiation glasses that offer you comfort, visibility and great style. Browse them all on our easy to use website.
How to Measure Your Pupillary Distance (PD)
What is Pupillary Distance?
Pupillary distance (PD) measures the distance between the centers of your pupils. This measurement is used to determine where you look through the lens of your glasses and should be as accurate as possible. The average adult’s PD is between 54-74 mm; kids are between 43-58 mm. Your eye doctor will usually measure your PD during an eye exam. However, if it was not given to you, the below 5 steps will help you measure it yourself.
How to Measure Your PD?
- Stand 8 in. away from a mirror.
- Hold a ruler against your brow.
- Close your right eye then align the ruler’s 0 mm with the center of your left pupil.
- Look straight then close your left eye and open your right eye.
- The mm line that lines up to the center of your right pupil is your PD.
Why is Pupillary Distance Important?
Every set of prescription lenses has an “optical center,” which is determined by pupillary distance. This distance is used to determine where you look through the lens of your glasses and should be as accurate as possible. Your prescription may tell you your PD. But if the PD is not available use your friend or a mirror to help you figure it out.
Armed with your PD and prescription, you can shop atZ&Z Medical Glasses to find your perfect pair of Prescription Radiation Safety Glasses. If you have a question, you can always email email@example.com.
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Z&Z Medical is proud to offer the Exclusive NFL Collection of Oakley Radiation Protection Glasses. This is an official NFL licensed glasses collection showcasing all the favorite NFL team logo and team colors on the side. This collection is unique to those who work in any profession that has exposure to radiation. These frames have a classic square hipster shape and are extremely sporty with team color designs. Pick your team’s colors and logo out of our 32 color options for the Holbrook NFL Oakley frames. This lightweight frame material makes sure you can wear these radiation safety glasses comfortably all day long. These glasses offer high-quality, distortion-free SF-6 Schott Glass Radiation-reducing lenses with .75mm lead equivalency and a high quality polycarbonate durable frame. All football fans will appreciate these glasses.
At Z&Z Medical, we are confident that we have a wide array of glasses to protect our customers from the harmful effects of radiation. Wearing these spirited frames makes you a true fan whose loyalty goes unquestioned. Visit our website to Pick out Your Favorite NFL Team Glasses