Facts & Tips
In the long-term-care industry, during procedures and resident-care activities, personal protective garments give the required and much-needed protection from contact with blood, body fluids, secretions, and excretions. Protective garments prevent contamination of uniforms, the spreading of germs, and protect the skin from contaminants.
The long-term-care industry requires protective garments that are both fluid resistant to prevent soaking of the skin and bacteria resistant to prevent the spreading of bacteria and other contaminants.
You can rely on the following product features:
If your protective garments are not made from pure polyether polyurethane or contain plasticizers to soften garment material, you can expect premature failure