OptiSafe™ Disposable Eye Shields

Clean, Economical, Disposable Splash Protection At Your Fingertips

Gloves Are Replaced Between Patients - Shouldn't Your Eye Shields Be Replaced Too?

 


 

OptiSafe™ protective eyeshields provide clean, economical, disposable eye protection that is readily available to pickup and go from our convenient dispenser box.

OptiSafe™ Features:

  • Anti-fog lenses that provide full protection
  • Can be worn over prescription glasses
  • Light weight and comfortable
  • Convenient and economical
  • Can be worn with a surgical mask

OptiSafe™ Benefits:

  • Disposable eye wear reduces the risk of cross-contamination when compared to re-usable safety glasses *1
  • Eye shields promotes OSHA compliance *2
  • Eye shields are recommended by NIOSH and CDC
  • CDC recommends eye shields in all health care settings and when caring for all patients regardless of infection status *2
  • Most blood exposures in health care settings are preventable with proper PPE (personal protective equipment) *3
  • Disposable eyewear providing full frontal and lateral coverage are effective in preventing eye splatter *4
  • The incidence of eye splatter among health care providers working in nonsurgical areas is more common than previously assumed because of the lack of recognition of splatter (subclinical splatter) by the workers *4
  • Prescription glasses are unsuitable for use as the sole source of eye protection from blood splash injury *5
  • Blood splash injury can occur without knowledge of the event. *5

D-350 Handy-Pack Dispenser Box of 25 Disposable Protective Glasses $36.00/box
D-355 Acrylic Display Dispenser $40/each

 

*1 Lang, VR: Citing Sources: [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24439435]

*2 Ogg, Mary J: Citing Sources: [http://www.aornjournal.org/article/S0001-2092(13)00612-1/fulltext#sec1]

*3 [Unattributed] Citing Sources: [http://www.who.int/injection_safety/toolbox/en/AM_HCW_Safety_EN.pdf]

*4 Garrett, SJ: Citing Sources: [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8271076]

*5 Campbell, Shaun: Citing Sources: [http://www.amsj.org/archives/2485]