Endless hours of patient care and neverending shifts are some things that many medical professionals deal with, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can ease the strain by wearing comfortable personal protection equipment. Manufactured with comfort in mind while providing optimal durability, Vannin hospital sterile gowns come with cuffs and strong seams for the anti-rip effect.
Medium-level protection is intended for a variety of surgical procedures where there’s a moderate to larger fluid penetration risk, usually due to blood spatters. This means that you can use these surgical gowns in ER, trauma, ICU, critical care units, burn units, and similar. All gowns classified as AAMI level 3 gowns have passed two tests proving their barrier protection performance – one is the ability of the material to withstand pressure, and the other is the impact of liquids on the gown’s surface.
Our hospital gowns comply with the levels issued by the Association of the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI). Moreover, Vannin gowns are fully CE-certified and FDA-cleared. Please note that these gowns have a high-level EN 13795 certificate in addition to their FDA high-level AAMI (level 3 and 4) clearance.
Vannin Healthcare Global is one of the rare suppliers who let you choose you’re the material of your hospital gown at no additional cost. If you’re indifferent about the design of your gown or just want to surprise your future self, feel free to skip this step.
Choose the material type: PP+PE or SMS
Polyethilene Coated Polypropilene is a material used for its high waterproof abilities and is a perfect choice when you’re dealing with potentially infectious blood and other liquids. Furthermore, this material type is lightweight and breathable which is why it’s widely used in hospital gown manufacturing. Being anti-bacterial as well, it can protect you on all fronts!
I want the PP+PE Hospital Gown Material!
SMS stands for Spunbond-Meltblown-Spunbond material. It’s a non-woven fabric that has high waterproof abilities. Also, SMS material is more lightweight than other material types, so gowns made from it can help reduce fatigue during long hospital shifts. Another benefit of SMS is its high capacity when it comes to preventing lint generation, making it fully hypoallergenic as well.
I want the SMS Hospital Gown Material!
|Medical Gown Performance Standards – Overview|
|Tear Resistance||ASTM D5587(woven)||ASTM D5587 (non-woven)||ASTM D1424|
|Tensile Strength||ASTM D5034||ASTM D1682||/|
|Seam Strength||ASTM D751||/||/|
|Breathability (Water Vapour)||ASTM F1868 Part B||ASTM D6701 (non-woven)||ASTM D737-75|
|Lint Generation||ISO 9073 Part 10||/||/|
According to the FDA and CDC, all medical personnel should wear PPE (personal protection equipment) and gowns during the COVID-19 outbreak. If you are wearing your PPE properly, it is extremely unlikely that you will contract the disease.
Even though all surgical gowns are indeed intended to be used in ORs, they differ in levels of liquid permeability. Small surgical and cosmetic procedures don’t require the same level of protection as multiple trauma victims with gushing wounds.
There are 2 types of surgical gowns: reusable and disposable ones. For example, cotton gowns can be boiled at high temperatures, where SMS gowns can be sterilized. However, even disposable gowns can be sterilized in the autoclave and reused if proper conservation strategies are implemented.
Our gloves, gowns, masks, foot covers, and other PPE are made of durable and comfortable materials that will significantly minimise the risk of infection.
Our disposable nitrile gloves allow you to maintain a high level of dexterity while protecting your hands regardless of your profession or task.