Disposable coveralls are an item of personal protective equipment (PPE) designed to cover the whole body and other clothing to protect against dirt or other outside contaminants. Coveralls are one piece and loose fitting for ease of movement, with sleeves, full leggings and often a hood to cover the head. These can also include overshoe pieces to cover footwear and protect against contamination.
Disposable Bouffant Caps are generally composed of SMS fabric which is suitable for extended wear situations comprising low to moderate fluid and particulate protection and commonly worn in healthcare, food service, research, surgical centers, clean rooms, pharmaceutical or for electronic manufacturing.
These disposable clip cap are critical for ensuring that the blood you collect doesn't coagulate and remains stabilized for later usage.
Disposable Sleeve Covers are used as a barrier layer that prevents exposure and cross-contamination, which are perfect for those who need to prevent particulate migration, chemical infiltration, or contact with contaminated material.
Disposable Shoe Covers are disposable slip-on garments that fit snugly over a variety of shoe style and sizes. They prevent potentially hazardous material (including organic and chemical particles) from coming in contact with the bottom of a person's shoes.
Face masks are one tool utilized for preventing the spread of disease. They may also be called dental, isolation, laser, medical, procedure, or surgical masks. Face masks are loose-fitting masks that cover the nose and mouth, and have ear loops or ties or bands at the back of the head. There are many different brands and they come in different colors. It is important to use a face mask approved by the FDA.
Medical Face Masks personal protective equipment used by healthcare professionals that serves as a mechanical barrier that interferes with direct airflow in and out of respiratory orifices (i.e. nose and mouth). This helps reduce airborne transmission of pathogens and other aerosolized contaminants between the wearer and nearby people via respiratory droplets ejected when sneezing, coughing, forceful expiration or unintentionally spitting when talking, etc. Surgical masks may be labeled as surgical, isolation, dental or medical procedure masks.
A surgical gown is a personal protective garment that can be worn by healthcare personnel during surgery to protect the patient and the personnel from any possible transmission of microorganisms, fluids, or particulate matter. All surgical gowns must be labeled as “surgical gowns”.
An isolation gown protects front-line caregivers from fluid penetration and infectious droplets. It also helps to prevent microorganisms from being transmitted to those with weak immune systems.
Head protection is an item of personal protective equipment (PPE), which is generally designed to protect the scalp area and sometimes the jaw as well. The face is generally not covered by head protection and eye protection. Noise protection or hearing protection and respiratory protection are separate kinds of PPE, thus are not covered under head protection. Head protection is any equipment that protects these areas from impact trauma and burns.