Caremates Vytrile Disposable Medical Exam Gloves Latex + Powder Free Medium - 100ct
Quality synthetic alternative to latex gloves. Latex free. Zero viral penetration and zero alcohol penetration. Not made with natural rubber latex. The ASTM has established minimum quality standards for the manufacturer of safe and effective infection control devices. This product exceeds ASTM minimum standards. This exam glove is intended to protect the wearer and/or the subject from contamination. Meets ASTM F1671 current edition for penetration of blood-borne pathogens using PHI-X174 test system. Meets ASTM F739 current edition for "liquid permeation" including alcohol. Meets same ASTM standards as vinyl ASTM D5250 current edition. Excellent stretch, elasticity and fit. Stronger than vinyl gloves. Not recommended for chemotherapy drugs. Comfortable easy-on, easy-off. Non-sterile. Single use only.
Directions: CareMates gloves should fit closely but not too tightly. Prolonged use of tight-fitting gloves can, over time, contribute to health problems including joint pain, thumb fatigue, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Dispose of glove immediately after use. Store in cool, dry place.
Warnings: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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