Available Gowns

PolyPropolene with PolyEthelyne coating. (PP+PE)

PolyPropolene with PolyEthelyne coating. (PP+PE)

SMS (Polypropylene)

SMS (Polypropylene)

PolyPropolene with PolyEthelyne coating. (PP+PE)

Level 1

PolyPropolene with PolyEthelyne coating. (PP+PE)

  • ANSI/AAMI PB70, AATCC 42 and 127 certified to Level 1 - Laminated 35 GSM Fluid Barrier.

  • Fluid resistance: barrier protection to prevent blood strike through and fluid contamination.

  • Long coat, Long sleeves with knitted cuff.

  • Neck and waist tied in back.

  • Non-Sterile / Disposable Gown.

 

Level 2

PolyPropolene with PolyEthelyne coating. (PP+PE)

  • ANSI/AAMI PB70 to Level 2.

  • Laminated 40 GSM Fluid Barrier.

  • Fluid resistance: barrier protection to prevent blood strike through and fluid contamination.

  • Long coat, Long sleeves with knitted cuff.

  • Neck and waist tied in back.

  • Non-Sterile / Disposable Gown.

Level 2

SMS (Polypropylene)

  • ANSI/AAMI PB70, AATCC 42 and 127 certified to Level 2.

  • Laminated 40 GSM Non-Woven Fluid Barrier.

  • Fluid resistance: barrier protection to prevent blood strike through and fluid contamination.

  • Long coat, Long sleeves with knitted cuff.

  • Neck and waist tied in back.

  • Non-Sterile / Disposable Gown.

 
 

Level 3

SMS (Polypropylene)

  • ANSI/AAMI PB70, AATCC 42 and 127 certified to Level 3

  • Laminated 45 GSM Non-Woven Fluid Barrier

  • Our disposable Isolation gown is rated with a level 3 designation.

  • Adheres to 1670 & 1671 viral penetration testing standards.

  • Fluid resistance: barrier protection to prevent blood strike through and fluid contamination

  • Long coat, Long sleeves with knitted cuff

  • Neck and waist tied in back.

  • Non-Sterile / Disposable Gown

Level 3

PolyPropolene with PolyEthelyne coating. (PP+PE)

  • ANSI/AAMI PB70, AATCC 42 and 127 certified to Level 3

  • Laminated 45 GSM Fluid Barrier

  • Our disposable Isolation gown is rated with a level 3 designation.

  • Adheres to 1670 & 1671 viral penetration testing standards.

  • Fluid resistance: barrier protection to prevent blood strike through and fluid contamination

  • Long coat, Long sleeves with knitted cuff

  • Neck and waist tied in back.

  • Non-Sterile / Disposable Gown

 
 

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Q&A

 

What is AORN?


The Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN) offers comprehensive guidance that includes the types of gown protection needed for operative and other invasive procedures: • Must provide a barrier resistant to blood and fluid penetration that is based on the gown’s intended use • Seams and points of attachment minimize penetration of liquid and contaminants • Resistant to tears, punctures and abrasions • Made of non-abrasive and non-toxic materials • Appropriate gown size and sleeve length • As lint-free as possible




What is AAMI?


  • ANSI/AAMI PB70:2012 provides standards for liquid barrier performance, with ratings for different levels of gown protection.
  • AAMI addresses fluid protection in the critical zone, the gown area where an OR staff member is most likely to come in direct contact with potentially infectious material.
  • WHAT IS THE CRITICAL ZONE? In surgical gowns, it includes much of the sleeves and front (areas A and B). Both fabric and construction (sleeve seams and front tie attachment) are tested. The back of the gown (area D) may be non- protective.




AAMI LEVEL 4


HIGHEST FLUID AND MICROBIAL BARRIER Protection against blood-borne pathogens in critical zones; needed for long, fluid-intensive procedures; also for operating on patients with potential blood-borne pathogen risk




AAMI LEVEL 3


MODERATE FLUID BARRIER PROTECTION Used for the widest range of surgical procedures, where moderate fluid protection is indicated




AAMI LEVEL 2


MINIMAL TO LOW FLUID BARRIER PROTECTION For use only for low- fluid, minimally invasive surgical procedures, lumps and bumps




AAMI LEVEL 1


MINIMAL FLUID BARRIER PROTECTION




AAMI Levels Defined


According to the barrier ability, AAMI classified the surgical materials into 4 grades. Its use can be determined according to the grading index of AAMI. Grades 1-4 are used for key points in surgical gowns and drapes. Surgical gowns with different barrier abilities can be used for different operations, such as conventional surgery, surgery with a large amount of bleeding, infectious surgery, etc.




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