High Class Waterproof Breathable

SMS Reinforced Disposable Surgical Gown

Passed ASTM F2407 standard

Product ID: SG74100 Sterile / SG74700 Non Sterile

  • SMS reinforced isolation gown, the chest and sleeve area are reinforced with an additional layer of SMS material
  • Meet ASTM F2407 standard
  • Sterile style: EtO Sterilization followed by ISO 11135-1: 2007 standard
  • Raglan sleeves, hook and loop neck closures, and tie waist closures
  • Knitted cuff type
  • AAMI Level 3 at the reinforced area
  • Level 1 at the non-reinforced area
  • Material: 100 % SMS
  • Fabric weight: 45gsm
  • Color: Blue
  • Size: M, L, XL, XXL
  • Packing: 25pcs/ carton
  • Knitted cuff type

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High Class Waterproof Breathable

SFT Disposable Surgical Gowns

Passed AAMI Level 3 protection

Product ID: SG94100 Sterile / SG94700 Non Sterile

  • Three-layer: fluid/blood-repellence PPSB and breathable Meltblown materials
  • Meet ASTM F2407 standard
  • Sterile style: EtO Sterilization followed by ISO 11135-1: 2007 standard
  • Raglan sleeves, hook and loop neck closures, and tie waist closures
  • Ultra-sonic welded seam
  • Knitted cuff type
  • Material: PPSB + Flim+ Thermal Bond
  • Fabric weight: 68gsm
  • Color: Blue
  • Size: M, L, XL, XXL
  • Packing: 25pcs/ carton

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Regards to Surgical Gown

According to FDA, A surgical gown is regulated by the FDA as a Class II medical device that requires a 510(k) premarket notification. A surgical gown is a personal protective garment intended to be worn by health care personnel during surgical procedures to protect both the patient and health care personnel from the transfer of microorganisms, body fluids, and particulate matter. Because of the controlled nature of surgical procedures, critical zones of protection have been described by national standards. As referenced in Figure 1: the critical zones include the front of the body from top of shoulders to knees and the arms from the wrist cuff to above the elbow. Surgical gowns can be used for any risk level (Levels 1-4). All surgical gowns must be labeled as a surgical gown.

Regards to Surgical Isolation Gown

Surgical isolation gowns are used when there is a medium to high risk of contamination and a need for larger critical zones than traditional surgical gowns. Surgical isolation gowns, like surgical gowns, are regulated by the FDA as a Class II medical device that requires a 510(k) premarket notification. All areas of the surgical isolation gown except bindings, cuffs, and hems are considered critical zones of protection and must meet the highest liquid barrier protection level for which the gown is rated. All seams must have the same liquid barrier protection as the rest of the gown. Additionally, the fabric of the surgical isolation gown should cover as much of the body as is appropriate for the intended use.

Medical Gown Product FAQ

Surgical Gown Standards

Surgical gowns are usually rated by their AAMI level. AAMI is the Association of the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation. AAMI was formed in 1967 and they are a primary source of many medical standards. AAMI has four protection levels for surgical gowns, surgical masks, and other protective medical equipment.

Level 1: is used for Minimal Risk of exposure situations, such as providing basic care and cover gowns for visitors.
Level 2: is used for Low Risk of exposure situations, such as during common blood drawing procedures and suturing.
Level 3: is used for Moderate Risk of exposure situations, such as surgical procedures and inserting an Intravenous (IV) line.
Level 4: is used for High Risk of exposure situations, such as during long, fluid intense surgical procedures.

What is the main differences between isolation gown and coverall?

During the current COVID-19 era, medical practitioners put on protective attires during the medical assessment, prompt diagnostic tests, and safety screening. Selecting the applicable and quality of personal protective clothing is a significant move.

Isolation gown & coverall are typically worn in the medical sector as effective protective apparel to prevent microbes and germs from spreading in quarantine facilities. 

Medical gowns offer limited coverage where the mid-calf and your back are left open. Gowns are tailored to stop any contamination on the front side only and covers from neck to knee—the backside openings aid in enhancing your comfort. Abdomen ties are added features in your attire and should be tied well to avoid additional hazards.

Coveralls are customized to provide full-body coverage, with some covering even your feet. The attire protects not only your body but also the clothes you are wearing from surrounding exposures. Moreover, these coveralls protect your workstation from contagions.

Coveralls are tailored to protect the whole body, making them ideal for frontline medical practitioners who receive patients with transmissible microbes like COVID-19. Moreover, coveralls joints and closures are vital as they enhance your attire effectiveness and toughness.

Tape gowns VS Non-tape gowns

The tape around the suite could provide more protection from Resistant fluid leaks. Provides users with more protection.

If you have any request for products, please feel free to contact our service team to get more information.

Storage and Disposal of Isolation Gown

CoverU gowns can be stored under normal ambient storage conditions, dry and clean, dust-protected, in the original cardboard box.  Uncontaminated CoverU gonscan be incinerated or buried in controlled landfills without harming the environment. Disposal of contaminated garments is regulated by country of local laws.

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