The Oxy-Amp amplifies perception of veins, oxygenation, pallor, cyanosis, rashes, erythema, and is favored by paramedics; it amplifies oxygenation and veins, but not at the expense of seeing the usual health signs on skin, and so it can be used as general purpose protective eyewear that also enhances veins and health signs. Veins appear fluorescent. It's great for pediatric care where you don’t dare stick twice!
HOSPITAL PLAN: $17.95 per month. We'll replace damaged pairs, up to 3 per year. Cancel any time, return current pair.
About the product:
- Dual use:
- Protective eyewear &
- Vein-enhancement for EMT/Paramedic use
- Anti-static, anti-fog, and anti-scratch coatings
- Lightweight. Fully adjustable, comfort frames
- Exceeds ANSI Z87.1 impact standards
- UV protective
- Patented by two U.S. scientists
- Made in the U.S.A.
- If you are colorblind, you will want our "Oxy-Iso" glasses instead.
- If you are a nurse, paramedic, phlebotomist or other medical personnel focused on blood draws, you will likely prefer our "Oxy-Iso" glasses instead.
Save money: Vision correction is typically covered by personal health insurance. Save money by using your health savings account (HSA) card.
We see our tech not so much as a tool one wields just in order to find veins. Rather, we see it as protective eyewear one should be wearing anyway, but that also aids perception of veins and health signs. EMT / paramedic eyewear (using O2Amp's patented "Oxy-Amp" technology), providing sun, UV and impact protection, but *also* enhancing perception of veins in daylight conditions (or at night / indoors with *very* strong lighting, such as a Streamlight TL-2).
If you are colorblind -- as about 10% of men are, and around half a percent of women -- this Oxy-Amp technology will NOT work; instead, you need our Oxy-Iso. The pink tint is an incidental, non-functional side effect of the manufacturing process blocking a narrow band of "bad signal" that hinders perception of oxygenation and veins.
Blocks all light rays with wavelengths up to 400 nanometers
Made in USA
Invented and patented by scientists from Princeton and Caltech
Anti-static, anti-fog, and anti-scratch coatings. Lightweight and fully adjustable