OptiSafe™ Disposable Eye Shields

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$10 / Box
One box contains 25 pieces.
Unassembled

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Description
OptiSafe™ protective eye shields provide clean, economical, disposable eye protection that is readily available to pick up and go from a convenient dispenser box.  Disposable eye shields are proven to reduce the risk of cross-contamination when compared with reusable safety glasses.  Eye protection not only fosters OSHA compliance but is recommended by the CDC in all healthcare settings and when caring for all patients regardless of infection status.
RECEIVE ACRYLIC DISPLAY CASE WITH FIRST ORDER – LIMITED QUANTITIES

Features & Specifications of OptiSafe™ Protective Eye Shields:

  • Disposable eye protection
  • Anti-fog lenses provide full eye protection
  • May be worn over prescription glasses
  • May be worn with surgical mask
  • Comfortable and lightweight
  • Convenient and economical
  • 25 per case

Benefits of OptiSafe™ Disposable Eye Shields:

  • Disposable eyewear reduces the risk of cross-contamination when compared with reusable safety glasses (1)
  • Bolsters OSHA compliance (3)
  • Recommended by NIOSH and CDC
  • CDC recommends eye protection in all health care settings and when caring for all patients regardless of infection status (3)
  • Prevents eye splatter from blood and other fluids.  Most blood exposures in healthcare settings are preventable with proper PPE (4)
  • Disposable eyewear providing full frontal and lateral coverage are effective in preventing eye splatter (5)
  • The incidence of eye splatter among healthcare providers working in nonsurgical areas is more common than previously assumed because of the lack of recognition of splatter (subclinical splatter) by workers (5)
  • Prescription glasses are unsuitable for use as the sole source of eye protection from blood splash injury (6)
  • Blood splash injury may occur without knowledge of the event (6)

 

 

(1) Lang, VR:[http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24439435], (3) Ogg, Mary J:[https://aornjournal.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1016/j.aorn.2013.05.014], (4) [Unattributed]:[http://www.who.int/infection_safety/toolbox/en/AM_HCW_Safety_EN.pdf], (5) Garrett, SJ: [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8271076], (6) Campbell, Shaun:{http://www.amsj.org/archives/2485]

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