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Pillowcase (SPP) – NMN2402

Pillowcase (SPP)

Description
  • Available in different size, weight and colors.
Hospital Pillow Cases is made from breathable, comfortable, and soft spunbonded polypropylene(SBPP) material which is commonly used in clean& hygiene rules, beauty salons, hospitals l& medical, hotel, household, etc environments. It’s easy to keep and carry. It offers basic protection against dirt, dust, hair, and other foreign matters with economic cost.

Pillowcase (SPP)

Sleep comfortably all night long in Nexgen Medicals Pillowcase, no matter what season it is. Light and breathable, our Pillowcase will keep you cool during those hot summer months as it will wick away the moisture from you, whilst it will keep the cold away during colder months. Nexgen Hospital Pillow Cases gives a whole new meaning to the termbeauty sleep". Naturally non-allergenic it will not irritate your skin. Throughout the night silk soothes your hair and skin whilst the smooth satin face can reducesleep wrinkles" and that" limp bed headlook so you not only sleep like a queen, you wake up looking like one tooWitness the luxurious touch of nature all night long.

Features

Made of non-woven breathable, soft, and comfortable material, Protection against dirt, dust, hairs, and other foreign matters. Easy keeping Economical + cost saving Also, you can get the most reliable health care equipment at NexGen Medical Company. With decades of services and numerous happy customers, we are one of the most trusted names in the USA provides the best new technology, medical equipment. Medical Pillowcase (SPP) When some people say that they prefer to recover at home rather than in the hospital to avoid getting sicker than ever, they’re probably right. That’s because your expectations of a sterile room for new patients when you first come in may not be met. There are pathogens on the surfaces of the hospital room that are not easily removed even with the use of the strongest cleaning and disinfection techniques and chemicals. They are usually pathogens that cause healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). HAIs are actually among the largest culprits of inpatient mortality and morbidity. These pathogens often come from the patient’s endogenous flora, although studies have estimated that around 20% to 40% of these HAIs are actually from the healthcare personnel’s contaminated hands as they got in contact with contaminated hospital surfaces or patients. Various researches have supported that environmental contamination does aid in the easy transfer of Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE) and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) species, as well as the nosocomial transfer of Clostridium difficile, norovirus, and Acinetobacter spp.