Face Shields, Goggles, and Eye Protection.
Commonly used in medical and surgical settings, face shields and other forms of eye protection are critical for keeping healthcare providers safe from fluids and chemicals.
While they can be more bulky, full face shields offer the most protection and should wrap around the sides of the head for maximum effect. We only sell models with anti fog protection on the inner surface because often, foggy masks limit view and may require unscrubbing in order to fix.
Another popular option for eye protection is disposible goggles, often sold as frames with plastic inserts for the shield. These are inexpensive options and offer moderate splash protection, when combined with surgical masks, but are not recommended for procedures that produce signficant debris or have a chance for large splashes.
Goggles offer the benefit of full eye protection which is important when infectious material may come in contact with the conjunctiva. As with face shields, consider the importance of anti fog coatings to reduce the chance for needing to break scrub or ungown in order to fix the goggles.
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Update: In light of the current nationwide PPE shortage, we hope to contribute by connecting healthcare providers, clinics, and hospitals with the protective equipment they need. Additionally, any profits we earn through the affiliate sale of protective equipment will be donated to go-fund-me campaigns aimed at purchasing PPE for healthcare workers most impacted by this shortage. Current campaign we are contributing to is found here.