- Oct 14, 2018 -
Experts reminds that some profession-specific practitioners need to wear specific professional glasses. For example, electric welders and gas welding workers must wear anti-light radiation glasses to avoid the appearance of electro-optic ophthalmia such as severe eye pain, photophobia and tears; decoration workers, stone workers, frosters and firecrackers are often in contact. People who splash foreign objects at high speed must wear anti-shock glasses when working to prevent eyeball penetration and blunt trauma. Laboratory workers, laboratory staff, and surgeons are required to wear anti-chemical solution glasses to prevent exposure to infectious disease pathogens and prevent chemical eye injuries caused by various chemical solutions.
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