Medtecs International Corporation Limited (Medtecs) proudly announced that on October 21, two of the company’s sought-after disposable gowns, CoverU Disposable Gowns with Tape AAMI Level 4 Isolation Gown and CoverU Disposable Gown with Tape – Chemo Gown have received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), affirming the safety and effectiveness of Medtecs’ products.
The world’s leading PPE brand, Medtecs International Corporation Limited (Medtecs), will once again participate in MEDICA in Dusseldorf, Germany on November 14-17 and at Expoprotection in Paris, France through November 15-17, to demonstrate its readiness and strength in coping with new and changing protection demands.
Medtecs, a leading PPE and hospital service provider, announce that its glove manufacturing facility RMKH located has officially opened in Cambodia in 2022.
Medtecs participates for the first time in world’s leading nonwovens exhibition – INDEX™20 in Europe Showcasing Taiwan’s medical equipment technology in preventing HAIs during and post-pandemic
Renowned as one of the world’s three largest nonwovens exhibitions together with the IDEA in USA and ANEX in Asia, INDEX is held once every three years and comprises a total of six categories including: Filtration, Geotextiles & Civil Engineering, Hygiene & Cleaning, Medical: Infection Prevention, Transportation, and Packaging – attracting prominent exhibitors of the nonwovens industry from around the world. More than 730 nonwovens exhibitors from over 43 countries have registered to date and it is expected that the exhibition will attract 12,700 visitors from more than 100 countries. A virtual exhibition will also be made available online for the first time in history to accommodate the pandemic and to engage people who are unable to physically attend.
Medtecs Safeguards the Health and Safety of School Children this Fall with Launch of 6 Colorful Face Masks on Amazon
According to medical experts, children under the age of 12 who are not yet eligible for vaccination are at high risk for infection by the Delta variant. In response, the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention issued an advisory on August 5, 2021, recommending universal masking for children, educators, and visitors to k-12 schools, regardless of vaccination status, as part of the prevention strategy.