Platinum Health Supply Group’s Range of Disposable Isolation Gowns offers affordable and comfortable protection in all environments.
Gowns are examples of personal protective equipment used in health care settings. They are used to protect the wearer from the spread of infection or illness if the wearer comes in contact with potentially infectious liquid and solid material.
They may also be used to help prevent the gown wearer from transferring microorganisms that could harm vulnerable patients, such as those with weakened immune systems. Gowns are one part of an overall infection-control strategy.
TGA Listed product- This product is listed as a Medical Device Included Class 1
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Non-surgical gowns are Class I devices (exempt from premarket review) intended to protect the wearer from the transfer of microorganisms and body fluids in low or minimal risk patient isolation situations. Non-surgical gowns are not worn during surgical procedures, invasive procedures, or when there is a medium to high risk of contamination.
Like surgical isolation gowns, non-surgical gowns should also cover as much of the body as is appropriate to the task. All areas of the non-surgical gown except bindings, cuffs, and hems are considered critical zones of protection and must meet the highest liquid barrier protection level for which the gown is rated. All seams must have the same liquid barrier protection as the rest of the gown.
Areas of use:
Level 1 AAMI Risk Level (Minimal Risk) - During basic care, standard isolation, a cover gown for visitors or in a standard medical unit
Level 2 AAMI Risk Level (Low Risk) - During blood draws, suturing, in the intensive care unit (ICU) or a pathology lab
Level 3 AAMI Risk Level (Moderate Risk) - During arterial blood draws, inserting an intravenous (IV) line, in the emergency room (ER) or for trauma cases.
Level 4 AAMI Risk Level (High Risk) - During long, fluid intense procedures, surgery, when pathogen resistance is needed or infectious diseases are suspected (non-airborne).
In the U.S., Level 1 and 2 isolation gowns are regulated by the FDA as Class I medical devices. Level 3 isolation gowns are regulated by the FDA as a Class II medical device that requires a 510(k) premarket notification.
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