CareMates Nitrile Examination Gloves Powder-Free Medium - 100ct
Non-sterile. Tested for use with 15 chemotherapy drugs. Berry blue Nitrile patented formulation. Not manufactured with natural rubber latex. Textured fingertips for better grip. Low Derma technology in skin protection. Low dermatitis potential. Meets ASTM D6978 for resistance to permeation by chemotherapy drugs (listed on package). Quality alternative to latex gloves. Tested for viral penetration - ASTM F1671. Use for first aid, health care, chemotherapy, baby care, pet care, diabetes care and much more. Meets ASTM D6319 standard specification for nitrile exam gloves. Indications: The ASTM has established minimum quality standards for the manufacture of safe and effective infection control devices. The product exceeds ASTM minimum standards. This exam glove is intended to protect the wearer and/or the subject from contamination.
Directions: To determine the right size, align hand where thumb joins palm. Measure the widest part of your hand and line up with sizes shown on package. Single use only, safely dispose of gloves after use.
Warnings: Caution: Users are advised to review material safety data sheet for the chemicals being used to determine the required level of protection. Not recommended for use with Carmustine and Thiotepa.
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