Regardless of how the product is named (that is, isolation gown, procedure gown, or cover gown), when choosing gowns, look for product labeling that describes an intended use with the desired level of protection based on the above risk levels.

Levels of protection:

New terminology in the standard describes the barrier protection levels of gowns and other protective apparel intended for use in health care facilities and specifies test methods and performance results necessary to verify and validate that the gown provides the newly defined levels of protection:

    Level 1: Minimal risk, to be used, for example, during basic care, standard isolation, cover gown for visitors, or in a standard medical unit
    Level 2: Low risk, to be used, for example, during blood draw, suturing, in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), or a pathology lab
    Level 3: Moderate risk, to be used, for example, during arterial blood draw, inserting an Intravenous (IV) line, in the Emergency Room, or for trauma cases
    Level 4: High risk, to be used, for example, during long, fluid intense procedures, surgery, when pathogen resistance is needed or infectious diseases are suspected (non-airborne)

Surgical Gowns:

A surgical gown is intended to be worn by health care personnel during surgical procedures to protect both the patient and health care personnel from the transfer of microorganisms, body fluids, and particulate matter. Because of the controlled nature of surgical procedures, critical zones of protection have been described by national standards. Surgical gowns can be used for any risk level (Levels 1-4).

Isolation Gowns:

Surgical isolation gowns are used when there is a medium to high risk of contamination and a need for larger critical zones than traditional surgical gowns. Additionally, the fabric of the surgical isolation gown should cover as much of the body as is appropriate for the intended use.

Non-Surgical Gowns:

Non-surgical gowns are Class I devices intended to protect the wearer from the transfer of microorganisms and body fluids in low or minimal risk patient isolation situations. Non-surgical gowns are not worn during surgical procedures, invasive procedures, or when there is a medium to high risk of contamination. Like surgical isolation gowns, non-surgical gowns should also cover as much of the body as is appropriate to the task.

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Our products:

Surgical gown:

Suitable for operation room, medical clinics, hospital ward, inspection rooms, laboratories, ICU and CDC sites.
 
Material:
35g/m2 or 45g/m2 SMS
Non-woven Fabric (Level-II)
(Also available with single or double S material (Level-I))

Size: L, XL, XXL 175-180-185
Weight: Around 206 g
Packing: 1 pc/bag
Carton: 50 pcs/ctn
Carton size: 50 x 40 x 45 cm,
Gross Weight: 7,2 kg
Certifications: CE, FDA, ISO13485, EN13795

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Isolation gown:

Recommended when there is a medium to high risk of contamination and a need for larger critical zones than traditional surgical gowns.

Material: SMS/PE
Size: L, XL, XXL / 175-180-185
Weight: Around 206 g
Carton: 50 pcs/ctn
Carton size: 65 x 45 x 45 cm,
Gross Weight: 10.5 kg
Certifications: CE, FDA

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