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Medical Gloves Suppliers & Manufacturers
Gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) create a barrier between you and germs. The products like masks, coveralls, and hand gloves are the products that protect you from getting infected.
But while we are on the way to purchase gloves, we must be aware the all types of gloves don’t provide protection. They prevent you from having skin contacts but to protect from corona, you need to have FDA and AAMI approved gloves preventing from the antibacterial germs and other chemicals present in the environment.
Medseka manufactures and supplies high –quality gloves that have a greater thickness, permeation, and high chemical resistivity. Moreover, we manufacture gloves following the specifications and taking all safety measures.
During the manufacturing of gloves, we must have specific dimensions of hand-size. They should neither be too tight or loose. Also, they must stick with the hand so that the wearer can work comfortably.
The life span of the gloves is limited which is different from other PPE reusable products. During the COVID times, FDA has provided some flexibility in designing and material by looking at the urgency of the gloves needed for patients and medical professionals.
Medseka is designing medical gloves and they are intended to provide broad barrier protection from skin touch and transfer of germs. Some of the approved categories by FDA for the COVID-19 protection are:
- Nitrile Gloves
- Vinyl Gloves
- CPE Gloves
- Latex Gloves
- PVC Gloves
When and Who should wear gloves?
Hand gloves are one of the health care products used extensively from the protection of corona since they prevent the skin touch.
But as per the FDA and CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) guidelines, a person need not wear gloves all the time. He/she must wear while you are getting in contact with another person. It may be during the cleaning and feeding of an infected patient or medical treatment.
Without creating any type of panic situation, we must keep in mind that coronavirus doesn’t spread by a simple touch. Social distancing and personal protection are required safety measures that are more effective.
However, when you are going out of the home for long hours, you can wear gloves but keep sanitizing your hands. For doctors, nurses, and other medical staff, wearing gloves is compulsory. Infected patients must also use gloves as per FDA instructions.