Powder-free gloves have a reduced content of proteins (of natural rubber latex) and post-production residues of chemica…
Advantages of powder-free gloves over powdered gloves
Powder-free gloves have a reduced content of proteins (of natural rubber latex) and post-production residues of chemical substances compared to powdered gloves.
The fact that there is no powder which is an allergy carrier/vector minimises the risk of allergic reaction such as:
- Irritant contact dermatitis
- Mucous membrane irritation
- Latex asthma
- Anaphylactic shock
No contamination of the operating theatre with powder.
No contamination of equipment and electronic devices in the operating theatre
No interference with laboratory test results
No contamination of medications
Minimisation of the risk of postoperative complications, such as:
- Delayed wound healing
- Adhesions and granulomas
- Tubal obliteration, hydroceles
- Urethritis, bladder oedema, renal failure – blockage of vessels
- Cardiological disorders
- Implant or transplant infections.