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Personal Protection

Keep emergency medical providers safe against hazards

Personal Protection is necessary for emergency response providers to safeguard against injuries, as well as to prevent transmission of illnesses and biohazards. There are personal protective equipment made to protect personnel against physical dangers, chemical hazards, and infectious diseases. Following the proper precautions and using appropriate first aid supplies allow them to safely perform their task of assisting victims during emergencies

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  1. Exam Quality Gloves

    First Aid Only exam gloves help improve your grip
    $1.20

    Each

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  2. First Aid Only™ Individually Wrapped Procedural Mask

    Use procefure masks to reduce the risk of contamination
    $1.70

    Bag

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  3. First Aid Only™ Bandage Protectant/Finger Cot FAE-6050

    Protects cuts in your finger against moisture
    $3.20

    Box of 50 Each

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  4. North Safety Natural Rubber Finger Cots

    Versatile finger cots for added protection and comfort
    Starting at $3.09

    Box of 100 Each

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  5. Kimberly-Clark Procedure Mask 47117

    Kimberly Clark procedure masks are a cost-effective method of protecting your employees from particulates
    $105.35

    Case of 500 Each

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  6. Kimberly-Clark FluidShield Filter Respirator and Surgical Mask 46727

    Kimberly-Clark Fluidshield resists fluid penetration and filters airborn particles making it an ideal surgical mask
    $289.20

    Case of 210 Each

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  7. Child's Face Mask - Disney

    Disney face mask provides effective protection along with colorful design
    $39.00

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Surgical masks and gloves are two of the most common barriers between rescuers and potential risks. Gloves are available in three common variants, which are latex, nitrile, and vinyl. Contracting allergies due to the protein found in latex is an established occurrence; and, as a result, some people cannot wear latex gloves. Nitrile and vinyl gloves provide hypoallergenic alternatives to latex variants. Surgical masks are used to protect emergency responders as well as to ensure comfort and breathability while they do their jobs. Some masks have cellulose inner facing, which affords users with a non-irritating protective gear.