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  • Jul
    06
    The Symptoms of Latex Allergy

    Up to 6% of the general population and 8% to 12% of health care workers suffer from latex allergy. Other employees working in the profession of using latex gloves, such as salons, food service, tattoo shops, auto repair shops, police stations or fire stations, are also exposed to sensitive risks.If

  • Jun
    20
    Benefits of Disposable Nitrile Gloves

    Synthetic rubber is used to make disposable nitrile gloves, which means that nitrile gloves do not contain latex proteins. This makes them the first choice for patients with latex allergy. However, if the wearer is not sensitive to allergies, the user may still be exposed to someone with latex aller

  • Jun
    14
    Tips for Finding the Right Type of Disposable Glove for Your Job

    How to ensure your safety while performing work?Some areas of work require higher safety regulations. Many fields of work such as medical, industrial, food industry, tattoo shops and other areas of work rely on disposable gloves to ensure safety.The type of gloves you need depends on the type of wor

  • Jun
    14
    6 Ways Hospital Gloves Can Keep You From Infection

    Hospital gloves represent cleanliness and order where body fluids and microscopic bacteria spread. We know that wearing gloves can protect medical staff and patients from infectious infections - and provide the necessary hygiene to ensure that patients receive optimal care.From the prevention of blo

  • Jun
    13
    Latex Gloves Allergies Explained

    What is the cause of latex allergy?Latex allergies are caused by latex proteins contained in natural latex. Latex allergies can occur in two ways - either by direct contact with latex gloves or by inhalation of latex particles. The amount of latex in the air in the glove depends on the brand of glov

  • Jun
    04
    Medical Glove

    Medical gloves are disposable gloves used in medical examinations and procedures to help prevent cross-contamination between caregiver and patient. Medical gloves are made of different polymers, including latex, nitrile, polyvinyl chloride, and neoprene; they can become dull, or chalked with corn st

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