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Acne Patchs

What are acne patches? How does it work?

Acne patches are small stickers made of hydrocolloid, a dressing which has a long history of being used in wound care for its superb ability to absorb fluids. Products such as “blister bandages” are also examples of hydrocolloid dressings.

Omicron VS. Delta

Omicron variant vs. Delta: what are the differences?

Despite the fact that the severity of the illness and death associated with Omicron is still under research, early data suggest Omicron may not make people as ill as prior variants. Even so, we should not overlook the impact of Omicron as the sheer volume of people testing positive will pile more pressure on the already overburdened health care systems.

 

Medical Gown Info

About Isolation Gowns

Face Mask Info

About Face Masks

Are Children at Lower Risk of Getting COVID-19 Than Adults?

Are Children at lower risk of getting COVID-19 than adults?

Most children infected with COVID-19 have mild or no symptoms and are less likely to be hospitalized than adults. Nevertheless, children are not immune to COVID-19. In fact, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, the number of COVID-19 cases in children has reportedly multiplied since the onset of the pandemic, accounting for nearly 27% of all cases reported for the week ending September 30.

Face mask for children

Mask Mythbusters: What are some of the common myths about Kids & Face Masks?

Many parents are concerned about the new way of life for their children and are prone to believe advice and interpretations from social media such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. This article takes a spin at the most common myths believed by a parent or caregiver and debunks them with credible evidence.

Benefits of children wearing masks

Benefits of children wearing masks in school during the COVID-19 pandemic

What are the benefits of children wearing face masks? Should children wear face masks? There is currently no COVID vaccine available for children under 12.  Masks should still be used to protect children under 12.   For parents, if your children have not been vaccinated, you should still choose to wear a mask. Children under 2 years of age should not be wearing face masks

EN 14683:2019

What is EN14683? An European standard for face masks!

EN 14683 2019 specifies the construction, design, performance, and testing requirements for medical masks that are intended to prevent infective agents from being transmitted from patients to staff during medical settings.

Coverall Info

About Disposable Coverall

ASTM Standards

ASTM Standards & Protective Clothing

ASTM International is an international organization that sets standards for a wide range of products, materials, systems, or services that are used every day by people to do their jobs.  Let’s Look at the ASTM standards that are related to protective clothing.

Flight & Covid19

Can I travel after I’ve been vaccinated? Is it safe to fly during COVID-19?

Is it safe to travel during the COVID-19 pandemic due to the fact that there is no common symptom for it? There is a possibility that the virus may cause a common illness like cough and flu but the illness is said to last longer. Therefore, you cannot be sure if you have the illness or not. It is best to ask questions before you travel to another place.

Covid Info

About Covid

Omicron VS. Delta

Omicron variant vs. Delta: what are the differences?

Despite the fact that the severity of the illness and death associated with Omicron is still under research, early data suggest Omicron may not make people as ill as prior variants. Even so, we should not overlook the impact of Omicron as the sheer volume of people testing positive will pile more pressure on the already overburdened health care systems.

 

How Dirty are your Objects

How dirty are your gadgets?

How Dirty are your Gadgets? The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the issue of personal hygiene into sharp focus. 

Are Children at Lower Risk of Getting COVID-19 Than Adults?

Are Children at lower risk of getting COVID-19 than adults?

Most children infected with COVID-19 have mild or no symptoms and are less likely to be hospitalized than adults. Nevertheless, children are not immune to COVID-19. In fact, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, the number of COVID-19 cases in children has reportedly multiplied since the onset of the pandemic, accounting for nearly 27% of all cases reported for the week ending September 30.

Flight & Covid19

Can I travel after I’ve been vaccinated? Is it safe to fly during COVID-19?

Is it safe to travel during the COVID-19 pandemic due to the fact that there is no common symptom for it? There is a possibility that the virus may cause a common illness like cough and flu but the illness is said to last longer. Therefore, you cannot be sure if you have the illness or not. It is best to ask questions before you travel to another place.

Disinfecting, Sterilizing, Sanitizing

Disinfecting, Sterilizing and Sanitizing: 3 Definition of Terms

Disinfecting and sterilizing are two types of decontamination, a process that makes something safe to touch. The purpose is to kill enough germs, so the risk of infection is extremely low. Decontamination is different from cleaning, which can get rid of dust and dirt but may only remove some of the germs that are present.

HAI Info

About Hospital Associated Infections

Preventing nosocomial infections.

Preventing nosocomial infections.

Nosocomial infections, also known as “healthcare-associated infections (“HAIs”)” often refer to infections people get as they receive health care for another condition in any healthcare settings, including hospitals, clinics and long-term care facilities

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About Medical Gloves

Certification Requirements for Medical Gloves?

What are the Certification Requirements for Medical Gloves?

Medical-grade disposable gloves are also known as latex gloves, nitrile gloves, exam gloves, protective gloves, or surgical gloves and are used as protection against infection and similar harmful exposure to chemicals and microorganisms. Let’s find out what are the requirements for their certifications.

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Certification Requirements for Medical Gloves?

What are the Certification Requirements for Medical Gloves?

Medical-grade disposable gloves are also known as latex gloves, nitrile gloves, exam gloves, protective gloves, or surgical gloves and are used as protection against infection and similar harmful exposure to chemicals and microorganisms. Let’s find out what are the requirements for their certifications.

ASTM Standards

ASTM Standards & Protective Clothing

ASTM International is an international organization that sets standards for a wide range of products, materials, systems, or services that are used every day by people to do their jobs.  Let’s Look at the ASTM standards that are related to protective clothing.

How to choose the right face shield for you

Beginner’s Guide to Face Shields: 3 Things You Must Know!

As cases surge across all the countries, more than half of countries require wearing face coverings while in public to help stop the spread of COVID-19. When it comes to personal protective equipment (PPE), face masks are a given, but if you want more protection, you may want to add a face shield to your routine too.

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