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A frontal apron with lead is worn by a person remaining in the X-ray room to assist a patient during an X-ray examination. It protects the front of the body against ionizing radiation during x-ray exposure.

This frontal apron is suitable for use when taking plain-film x-rays. It is not recommended for use with a fluoroscopic system (c-arm) in an operating theatre (when wrap-around protection is required). The full apron is recommended for use in an operating theatre.


Quality standards

  • EN 61331-1, 2014, Protective devices against diagnostic medical x-radiation - Part 1 : Determination of attenuation properties of materials
  • EN 61331-3, 2014, Protective devices against diagnostic medical X-radiation - Part 3 : Protective clothing, eyewear and protective patient shields
  • ISO 8194, 1987, edition 1, (confirmed 2019) Radiation protection - Clothing for protection against radioactive contamination - Design, selection, testing and use


  • Polymer made with lead
  • Inside lining: woven nylon
  • Outer lining:

Technical specifications

  • Frontal apron
  • Protection: 0.35 mm of lead
  • Knee-length
  • Crossover back straps
  • Wide and strong Velcro closures for easy-on/easy-off access


Small, medium, large and extra large available

Instructions for use

Always face the radiation source since the back is not protected.

Do not fold, put on a hanger to store after use in order to avoid tears or cracks (hanger: local purchase or manufacture).

Once a month, visually check for possible damage (tears/ cracks).

Once a year, take a radiograph of the apron - see the MSF X-ray User maintenance SOPs for instructions.. If radiation is penetrating through cracks in the lead, contact the DIWG as most likely it requires replacement.


  • See the MSF X-ray User maintenance SOPs for detailed instructions.
  • Clean regularly with soapy water (neutral soap) with a damp cloth, rinse and let dry away from sunlight.
  • Disinfect if needed with a 0.25 % detergent-disinfectant solution for surfaces (i.e. 20 ml = 1 sachet = 1 stroke of dosing pump for 8 l water). Do not rinse (contact time must be 15 minutes minimum and the product is not corrosive).
  • Do not machine wash, do not dry-clean, do not iron, do not sterilize by steam autoclave.


  • Temperature < 35ºC, Protect from sunlight
  • Do not fold; store on a hanger (but may be rolled up)

MSF requirements

Ensures optimal protection during x-ray examinations, except fluoroscopic (c-arm) examinations in an operating theatre.

Lead protective apron.

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