Gloves are examples of personal protective equipment that are used to protect the wearer and/or the patient from the spread of infection or illness during medical procedures and examinations. Medical glove are one part of an infection-control strategy.
Medical glove are disposable and include examination glove, surgical glove, and medical glove for handling chemotherapy agents (chemotherapy gloves). These gloves are regulated by the FDA as Class I reserved medical devices that require a 510(k) premarket notification. FDA reviews these devices to ensure that performance criteria such as leak resistance, tear-resistance, and biocompatibility are met.
Disposable glove are stronger than industrial glove when it comes to using them for a medical exam or in surgery. Remember, the only difference between the two is the certification by the FDA. Industrial gloves may be made of the same materials, but fail to meet their requirements to earn the certification.
The difference between Industrial Grade and Medical/Surgical Grade glove is the proficiency displayed on the FDA safety guidelines and requirements. As far as Food Service Grade glove, the USDA has regulations on the glove material used in glove production. They have regulations on latex, nitrile, etc.
Made of natural rubber (Latex) material the gloves are reusable, washable, more durable than ordinary rubber gloves. Subjecting to overheat or leaving the gloves in wet conditions will decrease re-usability opportunities.
The different types of PPE include face shields, gloves, goggles and glasses, gowns, head covers, masks, respirators, and shoe covers. Face shields, gloves, goggles and glasses, gowns, head covers, and shoe covers protect against the transmission of germs through contact and droplet routes.
Price: 1.25 – 2.00 EUR (€)/Box
Supply Ability: 100000 Cartoons Per Month
Delivery Time: 10 Days
Style: Full Finger
Usage: For medical use
Glove Type: Medical Gloves
Product Type: Gloves