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When selecting the most suitable medical garment or isolation gowns, please refer to the following ANSI/AAMI PB70 standards for medical gowns recognized by the FDA:
Level 1: For MINIMAL risk situations like basic care and standard hospital medical units. Level 1 gowns provide a slight barrier to small amounts of fluid penetration.
Level 2: For LOW risk situations including blood draw from a vein, suturing, intensive care units, and pathology labs. Level 2 gowns provide a barrier to larger amounts of fluid penetration through splatter and some fluid exposure through soaking.
Level 3: For MODERATE risk situations such as emergency rooms, trauma, arterial blood draw, and inserting IV. Level 3 gowns provide a barrier to larger amounts of fluid penetration through splatter and more fluid exposure through soaking than Level 2.
Level 4: For HIGH risk situations which involve infectious diseases (non-airborne), large amounts of fluid exposure over long periods, and pathogen resistance. Level 4 gowns prevent all fluid penetration for up to 1 hour and may prevent virus penetration for up to 1 hour.
Note: The unprecedented demand for PPE products has caused a global shortage of raw materials. Manufacturers may substitute comparable materials offering the same specifications. Prices may change daily based on the supply and demand of the PPE.
Please contact New York Microscope Company for any Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) inquiries, custom configurations, quantity discounts or support required at 877-877-7274 or email@example.com.