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Medical gloves serve as a crucial barrier for hands during various medical procedures and first aid scenarios, made from latex, nitrile, or vinyl, examinations. They protect against contaminants, blood, and bodily fluids, ensuring infection control and maintaining a sterile environment. Sunmed are

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Suzhou Sunmed Co., Ltd.
Suzhou Sunmed Co., Ltd.

About Sunmed

Suzhou Sunmed Co., Ltd. is a professional leading manufacturer and exporter of first aid, medical, and healthcare products in China. We operate multiple production bases in Jiangsu, Zhejiang, and Anhui Province.

With 30 years of experience in the medical device(medical equipment and medical consumbles) industry, we specialize in first aid, wound dressing, medical supply (such as medical gauze, bandages, medical tape, medical cotton, and medical non-woven products), sports bandages and family healthcare (including kinesiology tape,pill box,hot&cold packs), and medical instruments (such as disposable syringes, catheters, surgical consumables, and other medical consumables).
As a OEM Medical Gloves Manufacturers and Medical Gloves Factory in China.We have exported our products to over 60 countries worldwide, including key markets in Europe (such as the UK, Germany, Spain, Denmark, and the Netherlands), Southeast Asia (including Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand), Africa (such as Tanzania, Mauritius, and South Africa), and Oceania (including Australia and New Zealand).
Our markets include hospitals, first aid suppliers, supermarkets, and retail sports shops.In 2008, we established our first aid factory to meet the demands of our first aid customers. In 2021, to accommodate our customers' growing needs, we established our own factory for kinesiology tape, cohesive bandages (self-adhesive wrap), and elastic adhesive bandages.

Sunmed boasts a professional quality control team comprising hundreds of personnel who rigorously adhere to inspection procedures to ensure our Medical Gloves Wholesale meet ISO13485:2016 standards. Most of our products are CE certified, and our Suzhou factories comply with FDA requirements.

With our 30 years of professional knowledge, skills, and dedicated team, we are committed to ensuring easy and fruitful cooperation and communication. We strive to satisfy your product needs and establish long-term cooperative relationships

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How do I properly put on and remove medical gloves to prevent contamination?

Properly putting on and removing medical gloves is crucial to prevent contamination and maintain a sterile environment. 
Putting on Medical Gloves:
Select the Correct Size: Choose gloves that fit your hands comfortably without being too tight or too loose.
Inspect the Gloves: Check for any tears, holes, or defects in the gloves before putting them on.
Wash Hands: Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer to disinfect them.
Grasp the First Glove: Hold the cuff of one glove and slide your hand into it, ensuring that your fingers go into the appropriate finger slots.
Pull Over the Hand: Gently pull the glove over your hand, ensuring a snug fit without stretching the glove excessively.
Repeat for Second Glove: Repeat the process for the second glove, using your gloved hand to pull it on, being careful not to touch any surfaces or contaminate the gloves.
Removing Medical Gloves:
Pinch the Outside of the Glove: With one gloved hand, pinch the outside of the glove near the wrist without touching your skin.
Peel Off the First Glove: Slowly peel the first glove off by pulling it away from your body, turning it inside out as you go.
Hold Glove in Other Hand: Hold the removed glove in your gloved hand, making sure not to touch the exterior surface.
Slide Fingers Under Second Glove: Slide your fingers from your bare hand under the cuff of the remaining glove, being careful not to touch the outside of the glove.
Peel Off Second Glove: Slowly peel the second glove off, turning it inside out as you remove it, ensuring that it covers the first glove.
Dispose of Gloves Properly: Dispose of the used gloves in an appropriate waste container. Avoid touching any surfaces with your bare hands after glove removal.
Do medical gloves provide protection against specific chemicals or substances?

Medical gloves offer varying degrees of protection against chemicals and substances. 
Latex Gloves: Latex gloves provide good protection against water-based solutions, such as blood, bodily fluids, and some aqueous chemical solutions. However, they are not suitable for use with oil-based substances or certain chemicals that can degrade latex.
Nitrile Gloves: Nitrile gloves offer excellent resistance to a wide range of chemicals, including oils, greases, solvents, and some hazardous chemicals. They are particularly suitable for handling chemicals and substances that may degrade latex gloves.
Vinyl Gloves: Vinyl gloves provide limited protection against chemicals compared to latex and nitrile gloves. While they may offer some resistance to water-based solutions and mild chemicals, they are not recommended for use with strong chemicals or substances that can permeate through the glove material.
It's important to note that no single type of glove provides universal protection against all chemicals and substances. Before using medical gloves for handling specific chemicals or hazardous materials, it's essential to consult the glove manufacturer's recommendations and safety data sheets for compatibility information. Additionally, users should be aware of the limitations of their gloves and take appropriate precautions, such as using additional personal protective equipment (PPE) when necessary.