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X-ray protective clothing includes any garment that strongly limits the exposure of medical personnel or patients to ionizing radiation.
X-ray Protection Lead Aprons are used for diagnostic x-ray procedures to protect those portions of the body that are not involved in the image. The risk to the patient from diagnostic doses is very small and may even be zero.
Lead Apron for Dental is used during dental X-rays to protect internal organs, and other essential parts of the body from radiation exposure. The lead apron works by blocking the radiation before it is able to reach the inner parts of the body, while not hindering the results of dental X-rays.
X Ray Protection Cap is a radiation protection accessory designed to provide x-ray protection against exposure to scatter radiation. The adjustable velcro tab allows for a comfortable fit.
X-ray Protection Lead Gloves are often used to offset the risk of scatter beam radiation exposure during fluoroscopy, cardiac cath lab and electrophysiology lab procedures. Each time an image is captured, the x-ray travels through the body making contact with internal structures.
X-ray Protection Lead Glasses basically act as radiation protection shields for your eyes during medical and diagnostic imaging procedures, such as fluoroscopy, computed tomography and radiography. Lead glasses are worn in operating theatres, catheter labs, radiology, medical imaging, dental and veterinary facilities.
Hosting a solid lead core, our X Ray Protection Lead Screen is encased in durable, attractive plastic laminate. The surrounding frames are constructed from rounded satin anodised aluminium to produce a tactile and hygienic finish that is as stylish as it is robust.
X Ray Protection Lead Doors are designed to guarantee the safety of patients and medical staff by shielding them from the X-rays used in radiology. It is the inclusion of lead sheet in the leaves and frame that enables the door to act as a barrier against X-rays.