Radiation-protective-gloves_Angiographic-Glove

Angiographic Lead Gloves

The Angiographic Lead Glove is mainly used in patient positioning but is also ideal for procedures involving high radiation exposure. The glove is soft, flexible, and can easily be wiped clean.

Certified to ASTM 2547 and IEC 61331-1:2014 Standards

Angiographic attenuating gloves are a great choice for doctors in the following vocations: Radiology, Cath/EP Lab, Orthopedics, Endoscopy, Urological Procedures, Special Procedures, and Pain Management.

Price is for 1 pair

$158.00

Product Information


Glove Features: Premium Lead

Premium Lead

Glove Features: Latex Free

Latex Free

Glove Features: Powder Free

Powder Free

Glove Features: Maximum Protection

Maximum Protection


Angiographic Lead Glove Characteristics
  • Material: Lead Oxide (PbO), Vinyl and Leatherette Fabric
  • Allergens: Latex Free and Powder Free
  • Protection (Lead Equivalence): 0.50mm Pb
  • Sterility: Non-sterile
  • Features: Sold as a pair
  • Glove Sizing: One size fits all
  • CE Certified: Yes

Angio Glove Attenuation
GLOVE REGION LEAD EQUIVALENCE 60kVp 80kVp 100kVp 120kVp 150kVp
Middle Finger 0.50mm Pb 99.6% 98.3% 96.5% 95.5% 93.9%
Palm 0.50mm Pb 99.7% 98.5% 96.8% 95.8% 94.1%

Intended Use, Storage and Disposal
Intended Use: To protect the user’s hands from scattered secondary radiation originating from the X-ray beam during fluoroscopic procedures by providing an attenuating barrier to radiation. They are not intended for use in direct or primary X-ray beams. They are also not intended to protect from abrasions, cuts, tears, punctures, and heat/fire. The Angio gloves are ideal where the user needs maximum protection from ionizing radiation during various types of procedures such as General X-Ray & Fluoroscopy, Radiography, Neuroradiology, Urology, MRI, CT, Radiotherapy and Nuclear Medicine.
Storage: Store gloves in a cool, dry and ozone-free place (below 35°C). Keep out of direct sunlight. Care should be taken to avoid sharp objects as punctures will allow radiation to pass to the wearer.

Disposal: The Angiographic glove contains lead and should be disposed of through hazardous waste procedures in accordance with local laws and regulations. The material should not be disposed of by incineration and use of self-contained breathing apparatus is recommended if the sheeting is ignited by fire.



Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Angiographic Lead Gloves”

Your email address will not be published.

gdpr-image
This website uses cookies to improve your experience. By using this website you agree to our Data Protection Policy.
Read more