1. Different definitions
Isolation gowns are protective equipment used to protect medical staff from infection by blood, body fluids and other infectious substances, or to protect patients from infection. Choose whether to wear the gown and choose its size according to the way of contact with the patient, including the situation of infectious substances and the possibility of the gown to block blood and body fluids.
Disposable gowns are disposable protective equipment worn by clinical medical staff when they come into contact with Class A or Class A infectious disease patients. It should have good waterproof, antistatic, filtration efficiency and no skin irritation, easy to put on and take off, tight joints, and elastic cuffs and ankles.
2. The difference in appearance and dress
Disposable protective clothing, made of non-woven fabric with film, including cap, top, trousers and shoe cover, cover the head, torso, hands and legs to cover the whole body from head to toe.
Most of the openings of the protective clothing are in front of the body. The wearing steps are: take out the protective clothing, pay attention to avoid touching the ground, unfold the protective clothing, unzip the zipper, and stretch into the legs from the opening of the zipper, then put on the top, and stretch out the hands from the sleeves. , put on the headgear, pull the zipper from the front of the chest and buckle it in the opposite direction, and put on the shoe cover.
Disposable isolation gowns are usually made of non-woven fabrics. There are many types such as one-piece, split, and gown. The protection range is from the neck to the knee, and there is no fixed length standard.
Isolation gowns are usually designed in reverse, with the opening of the clothes behind the body. The wearing steps are as follows: Hold the clothes to take out the lower isolation gowns, with the clean face facing you; wear the two sleeves in turn from left to right; hold the collar with both hands, Tie the neck strap or collar button back along the edge of the center of the collar, and then tie the cuffs; pull the hem to the front, and then align the sides of the hem at the back; finally, cross the waistband at the back and return to the front and back Fasten the straps.
3. Differences in production management requirements
Disposable protective clothing, the implementation of mandatory national standards (GB), that is, enterprises and individuals related to the standards must be implemented and complied with unconditionally. Its standard number: The International Standard Classification Number (ICS classification) of GB 19082-2009 belongs to "11_Medical and Health Technology".