Why should doctors wear double-layer sterilized latex surgical gloves?
Why should doctors wear double-layer sterilized latex surgical gloves during surgery
Medical gloves can be divided into two categories according to the use scenarios, medical sterilized latex surgical gloves and medical examination gloves. During the operation, medical staff usually wear two or even three pairs of sterilized latex surgical gloves to strengthen the protection, but if it is not through the professional matching multi-layer sterilized latex surgical gloves, it is not easy to wear and feel very bad, which will also affect the precision of the operation. This time, I'd like to talk about the special features of medical sterilized latex surgical gloves and why medical staff should wear double-layer sterilized latex surgical gloves during surgery.
1. In general, the perforation rate of single-layer sterilized latex surgical gloves was 11.84%, while that of double-layer sterilized latex surgical gloves was only 0.52%, although the outer gloves had 8.85%.
2. In more than 2 hours of operation, the outer layer of single-layer sterilized latex surgical gloves and double-layer sterilized latex surgical gloves are more than 50% likely to be damaged, while the perforation rate of inner gloves is only 5.26%, which is significantly lower than that of single-layer gloves. Because many times during the operation, the perforation and damage of gloves are very small and may not be detected at all
3. Whose gloves are the easiest to break? The answer is surgeons and hand nurses!
4. Which part of the surgical glove is the easiest to break? The answer is the left index finger, the left index finger perforation for 36, accounting for 40% of the total number of perforated gloves, significantly more than other parts.
After reading the above data, do you have to consider wearing double gloves to protect yourself? Our innovative double-layer two-color gloves use green ultra-thin gloves in the inner layer, and a pockmarked milky white sleeve in the outer layer. With the negative pressure effect of double-layer gloves, once the outer layer of gloves is broken, the surface layer can be quickly highlighted. It is widely used in high-risk operations such as AIDS and hepatitis. We strongly suggest that if the operation time is more than 2 hours, the patient is a positive infected patient, and you are still the main surgeon, it is better to wear double gloves, for your own sake, a healthy surgeon can help more people in need.