eye wash station(redirected from postmydriatic eyeglass)
eye wash sta·tion(ī wawsh stāshŭn)
A unit that attaches to a water supply and provides a gentle stream of water; used for emergency irrigation to remove contaminants from the ocular area.
eye wash station,
n a cleansing receptacle set apart for the purpose of emergencies in which the eyes must be quickly flushed with water.
n a disposable protective eyewear made of pliable plastic material, handed out by ophthalmologists to patients whose pupils have been dilated during a mydriatic examination.