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Isolation body protective gowns are used to protect the wearer from the spread of infection or illness if the wearer encounters potentially infectious liquid or solid material. Additionally, it prevents the gown wearer from transferring microorganisms spread by contact, droplets, or aerosols that could harm vulnerable patients, such as those with weakened immune systems. It is a part of an overall infection-control strategy.

Gowns are effortless to don and doff, which assists in training the correct use of the gown. It is easier for Healthcare workers and the general public to follow the gown’s procedure correctly.

Coveralls provide 360-degree protection, including the back, lower legs, head, and feet. Surgical/ Isolation gowns don’t offer continuous whole-body protection as it has a possible opening in the back and typically provide coverage to mid-calf only.

The level of heat stress generated due to the added layer of clothing is expected to be less for gowns when compared to coverall due to several factors, such as the opening in the design of gowns and the total area covered by the fabric.

Non-sterile, disposable patient isolation gowns are recommended, which are used for routine patient care in healthcare settings. Such gown is appropriate for use by patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 to prevent any microorganisms spread by contact, droplets, or aerosols.

  • It is engineered to provide caregivers with maximum protection from the potential hazards associated with handling chemotherapy drugs.
  • This gown is tested under ASTM F739-12 for 12 chemotherapy drugs, and no breakthrough was observed during the average standardized breakthrough time.
  • This is used for general isolation in outpatient offices, wards, examination rooms. It acquires the standards of non-toxic and odour-free, efficient bacteria isolation, waterproof, efficient filterability, and high strength – extremely flexible, durable, and smooth to the touch.