NACOSA Nitrile Examination Gloves, Power-Free, Non-Sterile | 100 pcs
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NACOSA Nitrile Medical Exam Gloves 4 Mil Powder-Free are medical-grade examination gloves which protect the hands from contamination and chemicals while users work in food processing, household cleaning, industrial manufacturing, and more.
- Powder-Free Prevents Irritation and Dermatitis
- 100% Nitrile Material, Void of Latex
- 4 mil Finger Thickness for Superior Strength and Puncture Resistance
- Textured Fingers Add Slip-Resistance
- Ambidextrous Fit for Quick and Easy Donning
- Beaded Cuff Creates Easy Donning and Prevents Rolling
- Hospital Ready Without Unpleasant Odor
- Length: At least 9.45 Inches (240 mm)
- Small Palm Width: 3.15 ± .39 Inches (80 ± 10 mm)
- Medium Palm Width: 3.74 ± .39 Inches (95 ± 10 mm)
- Large Palm Width: 4.33 ± .39 Inches (110 ± 10 mm)
- Recommended Shelf Life: 5 Years
- Made in Malaysia
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
Q: Is 4 mil thick enough?
A: Yes. 4 mil is within the range for medical-grade standards throughout hospitals and clinics. Users often prefer 4 Mil Nitrile Exam Gloves due to their high flexibility while maintaining higher durability and protection than latex and vinyl gloves.
Q: Can nitrile gloves be sanitized?
A: Yes. Nitrile gloves are resilient to ethanol and isopropyl alcohol, making them ideal for cleansing with an alcohol-based sanitizer.
Q: Do hospitals still use latex?
A: Nitrile gloves are becoming a standard medical supply for hospitals. They are beneficial because they provide more durability and protection without the risk of latex allergens. Latex gloves are, for the time being, still widely used by surgeons and doctors performing minor procedures. Many clinics and hospitals are making the change to Nitrile Powder-Free Exam Gloves.
Q: What’s the differences between Nitrile, Vinyl and Latex?
A: Latex gloves are effective and affordable, but slowly losing their popularity in the medical community due to high rates of individuals allergic to latex. Vinyl gloves are typically the cheapest latex-free option. Unfortunately, this economic value comes with a cost. Vinyl gloves have a much lower chemical resistance with a higher chance of cross-contamination. Vinyl is also flimsier, which increases waste and undoes the benefit of economic value. NACOSA Nitrile Exam Gloves are stronger and higher quality than both latex and vinyl, without the increased risk of allergens, waste, and cross-contamination.