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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE Kit): Questions and Answers


Yes, sometimes a face cover mask is not enough for protection from Covid-19. You need a PPE Kit that could do so, but what type of? Read this PPT where we have discussed the most asked question and their answers on PPE Kits. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE Kit): Questions and Answers

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  • What standard should I consider buying PPE Kits
  • The CDC Guide to Considerations for Selecting
    Protective Clothing against Microorganisms in
    Blood and Body Fluids Used in Healthcare Settings
    outlines scientific evidence and information on
    national and international standards, test
    methods, and specifications for gowns and gowns.
    Liquid resistant and waterproof coveralls are
    used in healthcare.
  • Many organizations have published guidelines for
    the use of personal protective equipment (PPE
    Kits) in medical settings. 
  • This describes the performance of liquid barriers
    and the classification of surgical and isolation
    gowns for use in healthcare facilities.
  • As with any form of EEP, the key to
    properly choosing and sporting protecting consumer
    goods understands the hazards and risks of
    exposure. a number of the factors
    that are necessary for assessing the chance of
    exposure in health care facilities are the supply,
    modes of transmission, pressures, and kinds of
    contact, and also the length and kind of
    tasks which will be performed by the operator.
    PPE user.
  • The fabric must overlap enough to wrap the body
    and cover the back (ensuring that if the user
    bends over or sits down, the gown still protects
    the back of the body).

What type of gown is recommended for Corona
virus-infected patients? Non-sterile, disposable
patient isolation gowns, used for normal patient
care in healthcare settings, are suitable for
patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19.
What type of gown is recommended for Health care
professionals? While the transmissibility of
COVID-19 is not fully understood, some gowns
protect against microorganisms. The choice of the
gown should be based on the level of risk of
contamination. Certain areas of isolation and
surgical gowns are defined as "hot spots" where
direct contact with blood, body fluids, or other
potentially infectious materials is likely to
occur.  It must be 90 GSM Disposable Non-Woven
laminated Coverall Complete Body Protection with
this PPE Kits suits. These gowns should not be
worn during surgical or invasive procedures, or
for patient care activities that have a medium to
high risk of contamination. You can visit to get the best quality
90 GSM Disposable personal protective equipment.
How to wear and take off the PPE Kits Check if
your establishment has a guide to donning and
doffing PPE. The donning and doffing procedure
should be tailored to the specific type of PPE
you have at your facility. If your establishment
does not have specific guidelines, the CDC has
recommended sequences for putting on and taking
off PPE. Healthcare providers need to sanitize
their hands before and after removing PPE. Hands
should be sanitized with a hand sanitizer
containing 60-95 alcohol or washed with soap and
water for at least 20 seconds. If hands are
visibly dirty, soap and water should be used
before returning to an alcohol-based hand
Embrace the new normal and stay safe
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