One time use gown with ties
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
Isolation Gowns: The Features Needed
Isolation gowns must perform as required. This means they must provide for the highest level of protection from transfer of fluids and materials from one person to the next. Yet, this high-level of functionality does not mean that the gown should be any less comfortable or versatile. It can be. When buying these medical gowns, there are a few things to look for that can make all of the difference.
Polypropylene is often the most recommended type of material available today. When buying this type of gown, specifically seek out a lightweight product.
Protection at the wrists needs to be considered. Today, some of the best products are elastic, but they are not tight. They tend to be more flexible and comfortable to wear. Look for those isolation gowns with wrist protection that’s still flexible and allows for ample movement.
Length matters. Most of the time, these gowns are full length. Determine what is right for your team, though. Not all lengths are equal. Look at the measurements provided by the manufacturer to determine the proper length for the specifics of your medical facility or hospital.
Aside from these factors, other options are available. You may wish to purchase open back products for easy on and easy off use. You can choose to purchase specific colors for specific areas or tasks. You may need a product that’s very comfortable if the work conditions often mean hours of use.