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As the pandemic continues into 2021, it's crucial for healthcare professionals to follow the best protocols for keeping themselves and their loved ones safe. A great deal of information regarding personal protection equipment (PPE) has spread rapidly in the last year, and it’s important to filter out incorrect information, especially when it comes to wearing protective gloves.
2020 was an overwhelming year for all healthcare workers, although the prospects of a widespread vaccination are welcome news for the healthcare community. The global pandemic resulting from the spread of COVID-19 put a strain on the entire healthcare industry and called into light the importance of infection prevention.
How to put on gloves is one thing, but using them is quite another. While technical dossiers and regulated instructions take care of guidelines for donning and doffing gloves in healthcare, you may have found yourself needing to educate your local community about the general aspects of safe glove use. With healthcare institutions closely connected to their local communities, educating the lay visitor and neighbor on infection prevention measures will help keep everyone — including your staff and patients — safer.
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In any healthcare setting you’ll find multiple reasons to use gloves. But one glove may not serve well for all applications. To optimize performance with cost efficiency and access the appropriate level of infection protection, you’ll need to match the kind of glove to your intended activity.
General purpose gloves are disposable gloves that are great as hygiene aids for activities like food handling and housekeeping. Medical or exam gloves, on the other hand, need to be worn when directly in contact with a patient outside the OR, or other surgical sites; since surgical gloves need to be worn in those areas Here we take a closer look at what you need to know about how medical and industrial gloves differ: