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Frequently Asked Questions
AAMI (the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation) is an international standards organization that develops and publishes technical standards for the medical device industry.
All Care Gear isolation gowns are single-use. Your isolation gown should be disposed of and replaced if any type of fluid has soiled it, an object has penetrated the material, or if there is any type of abrasion on the gown.
The engineers designed Care Gear isolation gowns with thumb loop wrists to keep the gown in place under the wearer’s glove and help minimize the risk of fluid exposure to your wrists during use. Gowns with thumb loops are recommended when the probability of fluid contact is high.
A medical gown is intended to protect healthcare personnel and patients from the transfer of micro-organisms and particulate material.
Our products are proudly made in Houston, Texas.
All of the materials used to make Care Gear products are sourced in the U.S.A. All of the raw materials are from USA suppliers, ensuring a 100% U.S.A. product.
How to Use FAQs
- Start by pulling the individual gown from the bag.
- Inspect the gown prior to donning for any rips, or holes. If the gown is in good condition, continue to the next step of donning the gown. If there is a hole or tear, discard the gown and restart the donning process.
- Take hold of the gown from the folded edge and allow the remainder of the gown to unfold. With both hands holding either side of the neck opening swiftly, snap the gown down to release the rest of the gown. Gown is now ready to be donned.
- Place arms into the sleeves and hands into the thumb-loop cuffs if they apply to your gown.
- Pull the gown overhead.
- Pull the side ties to the back of the gown and tie at the rear of the waist.
- Leaving your medical gloves on, start by crossing your arms, grasp on the shoulders and pull the gown away from the body to break the neck closure. The gowns are designed for easy doffing.
- Move down to your waist grasp the gown, and pull away from the body to break waist closure.
- Roll the gown down the body inside out into a ball with your medical gloves to ensure fluids and contaminants are contained.
- Discard of the gown in an appropriate receptacle. Some users may require special disposal depending on your local facilities’ rules and applicable regulations.
A medical gown is typically used in a hospital or clinic environment where you might be exposed to microorganisms and particulate matter in a sterile environment. The medical gown is designed to protect personnel and patients from the transfer of these microorganisms and particulate material in a sterile environment.
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Yes there is a MOQ for all wholesale accounts.
All orders are processed within 3 business days and shipped promptly. For larger orders, there may be a few additional delays due to logistics and freight.
Yes. This would be a custom request, and something we can certainly work with you on. Please contact us prior to placing your order and we’ll provide a custom quote that takes into consideration all of the locations and logistics.