STERILE VS NON-STERILE GLOVES – HOW TO CHOOSE BETWEEN THESE TWO?
When performing medical procedures, selecting the right gloves is crucial to ensure the safety and well-being of patients. There are two main types of gloves available: sterile vs. non-sterile. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks, and choosing the best one for a particular situation can have a significant impact on patient outcomes.
August 21, 2023111 Views
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CLEANROOM AND INDUSTRIAL GLOVES?
Gloves are a crucial part of personal protective equipment (PPE) for workers in various industries. They protect the hands from injury, hazardous substances, and prevent contamination. There are different types of gloves available, including cleanroom gloves and industrial gloves. In this article, we will compare and contrast the features, uses, and benefits of cleanroom gloves and industrial gloves.
August 8, 202379 Views
WHAT IS VINYL NITRILE BLEND GLOVE
These synthetic gloves offer superior breathability and sensitivity and provide optimal grip control for improved performance and protection. If you need maximum protection while performing your tasks, then investing in these premium synthetic blend gloves is essential!
August 2, 2023102 Views
NITRILE VS LATEX VS VINYL GLOVES – WHAT THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES ARE BETWEEN THESE THREE GLOVE TYPES?
Choosing the right glove can be tricky if you are unsure about its contents, materials, and environmental impact – which is why we are taking a “hands-on” approach to provide the difference between nitrile, latex, and vinyl gloves.
July 26, 2023388 Views
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT DISPOSABLE VINYL GLOVES
Here, we outline the differences between vinyl gloves and other popular glove materials and detail some of the most common applications for vinyl gloves, to help you choose the right disposable vinyl safety glove for your workplace.
October 18, 2022272 Views
What Are The Differences Between Medical Grade and Industrial Grade Disposable Gloves?
The AQL, or Acceptable Quality Limit, for Medical Exam Gloves (Class One Medical Devices) must be 2.5 or lower. Simply put, this means there has to be less than 2.5 defects in a batch of 100 gloves to pass. FDA requires that the AQL for an Industrial Disposable glove can be 4.0 or less for defects such as cosmetic blemishes and holes. For a Medical Examination glove, it must be 2.5 or less. Many Exam gloves are manufactured at an AQL of 1.5 or even lower.
September 11, 2022302 Views
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT MEDICAL GLOVES
Medical gloves are disposable and include examination gloves, surgical gloves, and medical gloves for handling chemotherapy agents (chemotherapy gloves). Use examination gloves when your hands may touch someone else's body fluids (such as blood, respiratory secretions, vomit, urine or feces), certain hazardous drugs or some potentially contaminated items.
August 26, 2022277 Views
SUPPLY CHAIN CONTAMINATION: HOW MUCH BACTERIA DO SINGLE-USE GLOVES CARRY?
In an independent testing of 26 different brands of new and unused single-use gloves, Eagle Protect found at least 10 different enterotoxigenic strains of Bacillus cereus contamination. These findings are of note because the Bacillus microbe was found responsible for a recent recall of meat products, triggered by testing from the U.S. Department of Defense.
July 12, 2022178 Views