On July 16, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of the United States could not publish an article on "When do I need to wait for gloves?"For the general public, wearing gloves is not necessary in most situations. CDC recommends wearing gloves when you are cleaning or caring for someone who is sick.
Wear gloves when cleaning and disinfecting the house daily. This is because of the precautions listed on the label of the disinfectant product, the product may cause injury to the hands, and wearing gloves can reduce the difficulty of subsequent hand washing and ensure our safety.After cleaning, you should turn on the fan or open the windows to allow fresh air to enter the room to be cleaned, so as to maintain good ventilation.For daily cleaning, use disposable gloves or reusable gloves.
Second, take care of the sick. If you want to provide care to someone who is sick at home or in other non-medical places, be sure to wear gloves. These points should be noted:
· Use disposable gloves when cleaning and disinfecting the area around the person who is sick or other surfaces that may be frequently touched in the home.
· Use disposable gloves when touching or having contact with blood, stool, or body fluids, such as saliva, mucus, vomit, and urine.
· Wash your hands after you have removed the gloves.
One thing that needs special attention is that disposable gloves used after taking care of patients should be thrown into the trash can immediately and sprayed with alcohol. They cannot be reused.Because of the particularity of taking care of the patient, the choice of disposable gloves should pay attention to these points: sealing performance, abrasion resistance, and puncture resistance. The disposable nitrile gloves produced by KIEYYUEL are a very good choice.Moreover, after powder-free treatment, nitrile hand gloves are easy to wear, which can effectively avoid skin allergies caused by powder.
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