Our top priority is providing health, not profits. Many radiation specialists working in developing nations cannot afford to buy protective garments. By helping patients, they put their own lives at risk.
Improper storage and cleaning can degrade and compromise your protective garments. Here are some tips to get the maximum protection for as long as possible.
Learn how we educate our sales team on the clinical knowledge necessary to help our customers get the best use out of our products.
Get an inside look into the craftsmanship that our on-site teams put into each and every product we sell.
It may surprise people outside the radiology space, but until now, no one had ever made radiation apparel specifically for women. And it really is a big deal.
Even a few extra ounces makes a drastic difference on the strain your body endures throughout the course of a day.
Our new protective apparel designs result from an infusion of clinical experience and fresh leadership at Burlington Medical.
To keep your facility environmentally friendly and stay within accreditation requirements, you should always dispose of aprons properly.
The Joint Commission recommends that aprons be inspected annually to avoid radiation exposure, but how do you actually inspect a lead apron?
Lead-composite aprons have similar attenuation properties to lead but can weigh up to 24% less than lead.