There is still no agreement on the minimum radiation that causes lenticular opacity and there seems to be significant variation between individuals. Some research results indicate that even a little exposure increases the risk. Therefore, exposure to the eyes should be strictly controlled. The simplest method is to wear protective glasses. Shielding effects can vary depending on the product, so consult an expert within the hospital to ensure the hospital is equipped with appropriate eyewear.
Managing the Safety of Medical Personnel During Radiological Procedures