WeeSpecs & WeeSpecs Supreme Infant Eye Protection
These special, protective goggles used during phototherapy, or anytime that eye protection is needed, allows a baby’s eyes to open and close naturally.
WeeSpecs & WeeSpecs Supreme
These special, protective goggles used during phototherapy, or anytime that eye protection is needed, allows a baby’s eyes to open and close naturally
The inside frame of the goggles seals around the baby’s skeletal socket (not the eyeball) so they can open and close their eyes without restriction.
Soft and narrow, the head strap stretches to contour to the head and maximize the surface area for phototherapy. WeeSpecs are available in three sizes for both premature and full-term infants
The WeeSpecs Supreme Phototherapy Mask has an anatomically contoured goggle design and dark fabric that provide excellent light-blocking protection without placing pressure on the eyes
About Weespecs Infant Eye Protection for Phototherapy
Infants who undergo phototherapy for jaundice treatment are often required to wear eye protection. Phototherapy exposes the baby’s skin to special light waves that help break down bilirubin, a substance that can build up in their body and cause yellowing of the skin and eyes. While phototherapy is an effective treatment, it can also be harmful to a baby’s eyes if they are not properly protected. That’s where Weespecs Infant Eye Protection comes into play. By shielding the eyes, healthcare professionals can ensure that the treatment is safe and effective, while also preventing any long-term damage to the baby’s vision.