Welcome to Deutsch Medical's online shop for Radiation Protection Products. We strive to bring you innovative radiation products designed to protect healthcare personnel from the harmful effects of scatter radiation. Deutsch Medical represent a comprehensive range of must-have Radiation Safety Glasses, Radiation Protection Aprons and Accessories, Radiation Protective Gloves, Scatter Reducing Pads and Drapes, X-Ray Accessories as well as Storage Solutions, both manufactured in Australia and sourced from world’s leading manufacturers. We invite you to browse our categories of radiation protection products to see new and existing product editions and how we continue to set the standard for quality and customer service for Radiation Safety.
Keeping you fully protected while providing most comfort during long procedures. Reducing stress on the upper and lower back by distributing weight between shoulders and hips (40:60 ratio).
Providing full protection while offering comfort during medium to long procedures. Saving you time with an easy-on and easy-off one-piece-design.
Optimal protection while providing comfort during short to medium surgical and diagnostic imaging procedures within dental, veterinary and radiology.
Offering a comprehensive range to protect your patients from radiation during diagnostic imaging procedures.
Protecting your eyes from radiation with a complete range of modern and lightweight lead glasses.
Providing protection for eyes that require near and/ or distance vision.
Designed to fit comfortably on faces with a lower nose bridge and away from cheekbones.
Lead glasses that fit over your standard prescription eyewear.
Maintaining and caring for your lead glasses.
Trial before you buy. Experience fit and weight of our lead glasses.
Extra radiation protection for your thyroid, neck, head, hands, arms, legs and feet.
Protect and efficiently store your radiation protection aprons.
Protection against radiation emitting from patient’s bodies during interventional procedures.
Reducing operator exposure to radiation emissions during diagnostic imaging procedures.