Disposable medical protective clothing
Supersonic bonding, long sleeve, knitted cuffs, with hooks & loops at neck, with ties at waist
Non sterile: 10pcs/bag, 50pcs/ctn; Sterile: 1pc/bag, 50pcs/ctn
Disposable medical protective clothing: keeping things covered
It s true that it takes a lot of supplies to adequately care for your patients in a clinical setting. It doesn t matter if you are trying to work in the office, a hospital, or a nursing home, if you don t have the proper equipment, you won t be very effective at your job.
For your comfort and convenience, as well as that of the patient, hospital gowns are one of the most important devices you use throughout your day. Even if the patient is the only one sporting these thoughtfully designed fashion statements, blood work, basic exams, and just about everything goes smoother with the help of a good exam gown. The thing is there are several different types of hospital gowns to choose from. With some careful analysis of your needs, you should be able to determine which of the styles will be most effective in your practice.
You can choose from the cape design or go with the more classic, full length style. The cape hospital gowns are ideal for examining the upper body, leaving the patient to leave his or her bottom clothing on. As you can imagine, for breast exams or mammograms, the cape style gowns are incredibly useful. Many patients feel more comfortable when they can leave some of their own clothing on. Of course, the longer length medical patient gowns are ideal for just about any situation. They tend to be roomy and the side tie option makes the embarrassing open back situation a thing of the past, which is greatly appreciated by most patients. If necessary, these gowns are also made with convenient IV slits. There are times when safety is the name of the game in patient. Whether it is the patient or the medical professional in need of protection, isolation gowns are a crucial style of hospital gowns. These gowns are ideal for situations where a procedure is going to result in the presence of bodily fluids and other possible contaminants. They are available in both cloth and disposable options. One thing you can expect the isolation gowns to have in common is the knit or elastic cuff. This helps ensure that cross contamination is kept to a minimum for the safety of the patient and the medical team.