Paper| Volume 22, ISSUE 2, P117-118, March 1991

Full face protection in orthopaedics: a practical appliance for use in high risk cases

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      A clear plastic, full-face visor is described which gives face, eye and neck protection during surgery. It has proved comfortable and light to wear, providing excellent, unobstructed vision and, unlike protective goggles and spectacles, it is not prone to condensation.
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