Surgical Glove McKesson Perry® Performance Plus Sterile Cream Powder Free Latex Hand Specific Smooth Not Chemo Approved Size 6.5
- Color: Cream
- Length (average): 11.0″ (280 mm)
- Fingertip Thickness (single): 9 mil (0.23 mm)
- Sterilization: Gamma radiation
- Anti-slip, smooth finish
- Manufactured with SureFit™ Technology which is designed to enhance roll down protection
- Continuous polymer coating for excellent dry- and damp-hand donnability
|Sell UOM: CS|
Manufacturer Name: McKesson Brand
Manufacturer Number: 20-1065N
Application: Surgical Glove
Brand or Series: McKesson Perry® Performance Plus
Dimension UOM: IC
Weight UOM: LB
Chemo Rated: Not Chemo Approved
Cuff Style: Beaded Cuff
Fingertip Thickness: 0.23 mm (9 mil)
Glove Exterior: Smooth
Hand Compatibility: Hand Specific
Latex Free Indicator: Contains Latex
Powder Content: Powder Free
Quantity Per Sell: 400
Size: Size 6.5
Usage: Single Use
Glove Interior: With Polymer Coating
Length In Inches: 11.5
STERILE SURGICAL GLOVES / SURGEON GLOVES
Browse our selection of nitrile and latex surgical gloves, and find the best surgical gloves for your needs. We carry surgeon gloves from leading surgical gloves manufacturers such as Cardinal Health, Biogel, and other renowned brands.
Disposable surgical gloves provide a protective barrier between the professional(s) and the patient during surgical procedures. This prevents possible cross-contamination, which can result in hospital-acquired infections (HAIs). Surgical gloves offer maximum tactile sensitivity, and are therefore used for procedures which require extreme precision and accuracy.
What’s the Difference Between Surgical Gloves & Exam Gloves?
Surgeon gloves and examination gloves are not synonymous. While both gloves are medical grade gloves, surgical gloves are specifically designed for surgeons, who are involved in tasks which require more precision and accuracy. For this reason, surgeon gloves are more touch-sensitive than exam gloves.
Furthermore, exam gloves can be either sterile or non-sterile, but surgeon gloves are almost always sterile. Because of their sterility, these gloves are packaged in individual pairs. Surgical gloves sizes are also more exact than exam glove sizing. Lastly, because surgical gloves are generally worn for longer periods at a time and are used in situations where dexterity can be crucial, they are designed to be of better quality, resulting in their being more flexible and more durable than exam gloves.
To sum it up, the main differences between surgical and examination gloves are that surgical gloves feature:
- Excellent tactile sensitivity
- Precise sizing
- Improved flexibility
- High durability
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