Hospital visitors disposable gowns
3. PE coated PP
4. PE coated SMS
Gown Material weight
20-60gsm or as request
S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL or as request
S:115*127CM, M:115*137CM, L: 120*140CM, XL: 130*150CM, 2XL:150*170CM
Blue, Green, dark blue, white, pink, yellow or customized color patient gowns
Gown Closure Style
Hook-and-loop Neckline Closure and neck ties; waist ties
Hospital clinical medical personnel and patients.
1. Customized design, material and size.
2. Customized Logo/brand printed and packaging available
Packages of disposable gowns
1. Non-sterile packing: 5pcs/PE bag, vacuum compression. 20bags/carton
2. Sterile packing: 1pc/paper plastic bag, 50bags/carton
Isolation Frequently Asked Questions
1. Why aren’t visitors required to wear a gown and gloves when visiting a patient on Contact Precautions?
A: Visitors are not a major source of infection or spread of infection from patient-to-patient because they do not have contact with multiple patients. Therefore, we do notrequire visitors to wear gowns or gloves for Contact Precautions patients like we do for our healthcare workers. We do ask that they wash their hands or use the alcohol hand gel upon room entry and when leaving the patient room.
2: Why do I have to “gown up, etc” when I enter an isolation room if I’m just observing and do not intend to touch the patient?
A: Studies have shown that over 90% of the time a healthcare worker enters the room, they touch either the patient or objects in the patient’s environment. This may be due to unexpected issues that arise once the healthcare worker enters the room (such as an alarming ventilator or IV device). Thus, VUMC policy is to wear the required PPE regardless of how much contact with either the patient or the patient’s environment is anticipated.