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latex examination gloves, Latex disposable gloves offer excellent protection and performance in a variety of applications and across a broad range of industries. Latex disposable gloves are a popular choice in both the Industrial and Medical industries and are widely used in applications in medical and dental, child care and senior care, food service and food processing, janitorial and sanitation, automotive, and manufacturing industries. What are the Benefits of Latex Disposable Gloves?
Latex Exam Disposable Gloves are FDA approved for medical use
Natural rubber latex gloves commonly referred to as latex gloves were first invented in 1889 by William Stewart Halsted, the first chief of surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital, in order to prevent the medical staff from developing dermatitis from medical chemicals. latex examination gloves Since then, latex gloves have become synonymous with use in the medical industry. Many medical professions rely on the dependable features and benefits of latex exam disposable gloves, such as AMMEX GlovePlus Latex Exam. These gloves are FDA approved for medical use and provide excellent barrier protection from bloodborne pathogens and other environmental contaminants. Medical-grade disposable gloves will have the label “Exam” or “Medical Grade” clearly marked on the packaging which means they are FDA approved for medical use. Latex Exam Gloves are available in powdered and powder-free options, providing protection and performance for many applications in medical and dental, child-care and senior-care, veterinary medicine, and more.
Natural rubber latex is derived from the sap of the rubber tree and manufactured into comprehensive barrier protection, known as latex disposable gloves. Latex naturally offers the benefit of chemical resistance against most acids, bases, chlorine, iodine, and formaldehyde. However, latex examination gloves heavy-duty latex glove options such as AMMEX GlovePlus HD Latex offers twice the thickness of standard latex disposable gloves and features an extended cuff that provides enhanced protection against bloodborne pathogens and other environmental contaminants. Latex gloves provide ideal benefits, for many industries, however for some, allergic reactions can result from exposure to latex or natural allergies. A latex allergy is a reaction to the proteins found in natural rubber latex. If you have a latex allergy, your body mistakes latex for a harmful substance. When latex allergies are of concern, nitrile or vinyl gloves are a suitable alternative, since these gloves are latex-free.