Disposable Isolation Gowns



Isolation gown is also known as disposable gowns.Disposable isolation gowns are usually made by a single-layer plastic film with excellent impermeability. The isolation gown should be able to cover the torso and all clothes to avoid contamination by blood, body fluids, and other infectious substances, so it should be impermeable, Anti-static properties, etc. The feature of material is simple process and lower cost, which is different from medical protective clothing. The process of medical protective clothing is relatively complicated, and usually requires a composite process. At present, polyethylene flash-spun nonwovens , spunbond/meltblown/spunbond (SMS) or spunbond/meltblown/meltblown/spunbond ( SMMS) composite nonwoven fabric and microporous film those material are wildly used in making medical isolation gowns.Different from medical gowns, disposable gowns are protective equipment used for medical staff to avoid contact with blood, body fluids and other infectious substances, or to protect patients from infection. It not only prevents medical staff from being infected, but also prevents patients from being infected. It belongs to two-way isolation The CPE film for isolation gowns supplied by our factory is made of high-quality CPE chemical raw materials. It has the characteristics of waterproof, antistatic, soft hand feeling and good toughness.


How to wear isolation gowns?


Wear gowns:


① Prepare the operating materials.


② Wear a hat and mask, take off your watch, and roll your sleeves up to your elbows.


③ Pick up the isolation gown with the gown in hand, and fold both ends of the collar outward to expose the inner opening of the sleeve.


④ Hold the collar with your right hand, put your left hand into the sleeve, and pull up the collar with your right hand to expose your left hand; change your left hand to hold the collar, put your right hand into the sleeve, and shake the sleeve up with your hand.


⑤ Holding the collar with both hands, button the collar from the center of the collar along the edge to the back of the collar.


⑥ Shoulder buttons, cuff buttons.


⑦ Untie the belt slipknot, pull one side of the isolation gown (about 5cm below the waist) gradually forward, pinch the outer edge of the gown, and pinch the other side in the same way; Cross at the back and tie a slipknot back to the front.


Take off the gown:


① Unfasten the buttons on the lower part of the back edge of the gown, untie the belt, and tie a slipknot in the front.


② Unbutton the cuffs and shoulders, tuck part of the sleeves under the sleeves of the work clothes at the elbows, and then disinfect your hands.


③ Undo the collar button, put one hand into one sleeve, pull down the sleeve and pass it over your hand, then hold the outside of the other sleeve with the hand covered by the sleeve and pull down the sleeve, pull down the sleeve alternately with both hands, gradually The sleeves retreat to the shoulders.


④ Hold the collar with both hands, align the two sides of the gown, and hang it on the hook. If the gown needs to be replaced, it should be rolled up with the clean side out and put into the dirt bag.


(3) Attention:


① The length of the isolation gown should be appropriate, and it must completely cover the work clothes. If there are holes, it cannot be used.

② Keep the collar clean and avoid polluting the collar and clean surface when putting on and taking off.

③ Isolation gowns should be changed daily if they are wet or polluted. It should be replaced immediately.