By KAREN JACOBSONPublished Mar 15, 2018 12:08AMHOUSTON – A new kind of glass is showing up in hospitals across the U.S.
The new glass lenses are made of glass that is bonded to a metal alloy and is a glass horn with a hole drilled in it.
The horn is bonded at the end with a thin layer of resin.
The horn can provide a clear lens that can be used for an optical implant, which can be surgically implanted to repair damaged eyes, ears, noses or other facial structures.
The glasses are designed to be used by doctors for eye surgery and are used to make glasses for patients in need of glasses.
The glass is manufactured in a small factory that is about halfway around the world.
The company that made the glasses is in the process of bringing them to the U., but the U, like the rest of the world, is not ready to accept them, said company president and CEO John D. Bocanegra.
The company plans to ship the new glass in the first half of 2019 and expects to have it in stores in the spring of 2020.
The U.K.-based company has partnered with other manufacturers and is looking to sell the glass to hospitals, schools and other organizations.
In a statement, the U’s Health Ministry said that while the U is a signatory to the International Union for the Protection of New Drugs, it does not endorse the company.
The ministry said it would work with the company to ensure it meets international standards and does not violate the Medicines Control Regulations (MCR).