Introduction of surgical gown

AAMI Class 4 surgical gowns provide a high level of barrier protection during a variety of surgical procedures. It is especially useful in areas with a high risk of fluid penetration, including areas with a high risk of infection. AAMI Level 4 clothing must pass three tests to demonstrate its barrier protection performance. These tests include the ability to prevent the penetration of simulated blood containing the virus.

As a necessary protective clothing during surgery, surgical gowns are used to reduce the risk of medical staff being exposed to pathogenic microorganisms, and also reduce the risk of pathogenic microorganisms spreading between medical staff and patients. It is a safety barrier for sterile areas during surgical operations. .

material of surgical gown

Polyethylene Coated Polypropylene is a fabric used to make medical personal surgical gowns. This non-woven surgical gown is designed to be as comfortable and breathable as possible. Its design features overlapping panel closures to minimize exposure risk and antimicrobial materials to help prevent the transfer of bodily fluids and microorganisms.

Nonwoven Medical Personal AAMI Grade 4 Surgical Gowns can be made from a variety of materials. One material is an advanced breathable viral barrier. The material is resistant to liquids, pathogens and heat and is lightweight. The non-woven material used in our surgical gown minimizes the risk of liquid penetration.

Surgical gowns are designed with fully sealed seams in critical areas such as the front and sleeves to prevent fluid penetration.