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Protective Equipment


Hand Protection

Medical hand protection refers to protective equipment designed to safeguard healthcare workers' hands from exposure to infectious agents, harmful chemicals, and other hazardous substances. This can include gloves, gowns, and aprons made of materials such as latex, nitrile, or polyethylene. These protective items are an essential component of personal protective equipment (PPE) used in the medical field to minimize the risk of cross-contamination and infection. Proper use, removal, and disposal of medical hand protection are critical to ensure their efficacy and to prevent the spread of disease.

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Body Protection

A medical body protection suit is a type of personal protective equipment (PPE) that is worn by healthcare workers and others in close contact with infected individuals to protect their body from exposure to hazardous substances such as bodily fluids and infectious agents. The suit typically covers the entire body and may be made of materials such as polyethylene, polypropylene, or a combination of materials


Facial Protection

Medical face protection masks and shields are devices used to protect the wearer's face, mouth, nose, and eyes from exposure to hazardous substances, such as infectious agents, harmful chemicals, and other hazardous materials.

Face masks are typically made of materials such as cloth, paper, or medical-grade materials like cellulose or polypropylene and are designed to cover the mouth and nose to prevent the spread of respiratory droplets.

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