It is often used in operations where blood and body fluid splashes may occur, in patients with infectious diseases and multidrug-resistant bacteria transmitted by contact; and in patients with large-area burns, bone marrow transplantation, etc. to implement protective isolation; for patients infected with infectious diseases. Medical staff need to wear gloves and gowns when people clean diapers because of the risk of contamination by vomit. At present, most of the isolation gowns used in clinical use are cloth materials, which cannot be discarded after wearing them once.
Disposable surgical gowns are divided into standard performance and high performance. The high-performance surgical gown is suitable for the presence of infectious virus in the patient's blood, or when it is not clear whether the infectious virus is in the patient's blood during emergency rescue, while the standard performance surgical gown is suitable for those who are known to have no infectious virus in the patient's blood. Operation.
Disposable protective clothing refers to the disposable protective articles worn by clinical medical staff when they come into contact with patients with infectious diseases managed according to Class A or infectious diseases. Protective clothing should have the characteristics of good waterproof, anti-static, filtration efficiency, no skin irritation, easy to put on and take off, tight joints, elastic cuffs and ankles.
Protective clothing should be worn in the following situations. ①Infectious diseases managed in accordance with Class A infectious diseases when clinical medical staff come into contact with patients with Class A infectious diseases. ② When contacting patients with infectious diseases transmitted by air or droplets, they may be splashed by the patient's blood, body fluids, secretions, and excrement.