UV Phototherapy Eyewear
UV Protective Patient Goggle – Amber tint with clear plastic storage tube & lid
CA $10.00 each
For patient use during UV treatment; provides good visibility. To prevent cross-contamination, many clinics purchase these goggles and require that each patient purchase a set. Amber colour allows viewing of red timer displays found on many devices and efficiently blocks ultraviolet (200-400 nm) and blue light (400-500 nm).
The headband and nosepiece are adjustable. The headband is made from white FDA rubber (non-latex). Includes clear storage tube (lower picture) so patient can easily carry in a jacket or purse. Good for an unlimited number of uses providing that they are not exposed to solvents or other damaging chemicals. These are the same goggles supplied with our SolRx devices. UL listed. Made in USA. These phototherapy goggles meet the following standards:
- Canadian Radiation Devices Regulations & US-FDA 21CFR1040.20 (Spectral Transmittance: less than 0.001 for 200-320 nm and less than 0.01 for 320-400 nm).
- ANSI RP-27.1-05 Section 4.3.2 Retinal Blue Light Hazard Exposure Limit (300-700 nm); when used for typical medical fluorescent ultraviolet phototherapy exposure times.
Bulk orders will be a minimum of Qty. 36 Goggles and are eligible for a discount.
UV Protective “Staff Glasses” – Amber tint for “out of booth” use only. Will fit over most prescription glasses.
CA $14.00 each
For use by phototherapy staff only. Not recommended for patient use during treatment because they do not fully seal to the face – use patient goggles instead. Amber tint provides improved blue light hazard protection and will fit over most prescription glasses. Meets ANSI Z136.1 Laser Protection Standard and ANSI Z87.1 Impact Standard. Supplied with black plastic storage sleeve shown. These glasses are also known as “UV Shields”. Made in USA.
UV protective “Staff Glasses” – Clear tint for “out of booth” use only. Will fit over most prescription glasses.
CA $14.00 each
Glasses as listed above except clear tint. Clear tint gives excellent visibility but provides less blue light hazard protection than amber glasses above.