Non-woven cloth operating clothes is a sterile isolation suit worn by doctors during operation,
1. Samples and customization available.
2. Professional QC to control the product quality. All products comply with quality standard
3. Have enough experience and gained a high reputation from our customers all the world.
4. Quick payment, prompt delivery and competitive price.
5. Stable quality and best after-sale service.
6. OEM service is available.
Two ties on back waist and back neck,knitted cuff
S(110*130cm), M(115*137cm), L(120*140cm), XL(125*150cm), 2XL(130*150cm), 3XL, 4XL, 5XL.
Green, other colors also available
Non sterile,5 pcs/bag, 50pcs/ctn.
One 40HQ container can be finished around 25days
Store in dry, humidity below 80%, ventilated, non-corrosive gases warehouse
Our normal packing:
2. Carton size:50*28*40cm, as your demands
3. If you buy 1x20GP, the quantity will be 24550pcs
If you buy 1X40HQ, the quantity will be 60250pcs
Non sterile 10pc/bag,100pc/compressed in one carton,
Carton size 56x30x40cm
1x20ft can load around 40900pcs
1x40ft can load around 100400pcs
Packing photos for reference
OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE IN THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics data, the U.S. labor force is composed of approximately 130 million persons, 7.6 million of whom are healthy workers with potential patient contact. Approximately half of these are registered or licensed practical nurses. An additional 4 million staff work in healthcare-support occupations and may have patient contact. According to the data which represents the average annual occupational deaths during 3-year period, 2000–2002, the number of healthy workers deaths is the third highest after construction worker and truck driver occupational deaths in the U.S. When the death rates per million workers are compared, healthy workers death rates becomes the 8th highest number in 12 occupations listed . healthy workers working in areas such as emergency rooms, clinical laboratories, operating rooms, etc. and Emergency Medical Services workers are at greatest risk since they are directly exposed to blood