TODAY’S PATENT – EYE PATCH
The Eye Patch was invented by Musarat Eliza Awan on 11th September 2014 bearing patent number US20140250556A1.
The present invention relates to an eye patch comprising a concave section, which, in use, is adapted to cover a subject’s eye, and a peripheral edge extending around at least a portion of the concave section and comprising an adhesive, which, in use, is adapted to secure the eye patch to the subject. An eye patch, wherein the eye patch is adapted, in use, to prevent light transmittance into the eye during treatment. An eye patch wherein the eye patch comprises an opaque material. An eye patch wherein the curvature of the concave section is sufficient such that, in use, as the subject blinks, his or her eyelid (or eye lashes) reduces contact with any part of the patch.
An eye patch, wherein the eye patch comprises a smooth rounded apex, as seen from the exterior of the patch and/or a smooth concaved cone, as seen from the interior of the patch. An eye patch, wherein the eye patch comprises a knitted or woven material, for example cotton, wool, silk, linen, cashmere, nylon, rayon, satin, viscose, hemp, acetate, acrylic, or polyester etc., or any combinations of these materials.