Prescription safety glasses are designed to prevent overdose by providing a clear view of the needle while still allowing the patient to view the needle.
They are designed for use in the emergency department, urgent care, and for prescription medication dispensed.
They have been available since 2010, when the FDA introduced new safety guidelines for prescription glasses.
Prescription glasses have the added benefit of providing the patient a clearer view of their prescription without having to open the glasses.
The new safety glasses are the result of months of public feedback, research, and clinical trials.
The glasses are designed with the goal of saving lives.
Here are the top five reasons why they are so important:1.
The eye’s view is always in focus.
Prescriptions are a very common occurrence.
A person may need to be careful when getting their prescription glasses on.
The patient may be in a very dark room with a darkened table, and they may be unable to see the needle or a clear sign indicating that the needle is out.2.
Safety glasses provide a clear and easy-to-view view of your prescription.
The prescription glasses are also designed with an ergonomic design that will keep your eyes focused and safe from pressure and fatigue.3.
Prescribing glasses make it easier to view prescription medication.
The glass lenses are designed so that they fit snugly into the mouth.
The lenses also provide a good level of protection for your eyes and neck.4.
Prescribed glasses reduce pressure and strain.
A prescription can feel like a struggle when the needle slips out of the bottle.
Prescriptive safety glasses prevent this strain by preventing the needle from slipping out of your eyes.5.
Prescodiving glasses are less likely to cause infection.
Presceding glasses prevent a potentially serious complication of the medication that is in your eye.
For example, a person with a history of eye problems may need prescription glasses that prevent infection.
In addition, the glasses prevent the needle to fall out of their eyes.
Presented with this information, people can make informed choices and make their decisions.
Presciiving glasses can save lives and reduce unnecessary pain and discomfort for everyone.
Prescientist and author, Dr. Jennifer N. Sorensen, PhD, Ph.
D, MPH, is a physician and professor at the Mayo Clinic.
She received her MD from Harvard Medical School and an MBA from New York University School of Medicine.
She is also a member of the FDA’s Prescription Lens Advisory Committee.