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Cardinal Health™ InstaGard® Synthetic Exam Gloves, Small - REPLACES SPD10901020

  • Box of 100 EA
  • Item # 558886I
  • Manufacturer: CARDINAL HEALTH - MED

Powder-Free, Non-Sterile, Vinyl, Latex-Free, Ambidextrous Cuff

These ambidextrous gloves offer tactile sensitivity and provide maximum dexterity.Gloves meet or exceed ASTM barrier property limits and pass ASTM Bacteriophage Penetration Test F1671.

This product is a replacement following an FDA rule effective 1/18/2017. The FDA has determined that Powdered Surgeon’s Gloves, Powdered Patient Examination Gloves, and Absorbable Powder for lubricating a surgeon’s glove present an unreasonable and substantial risk of illness or injury. Consequently, FDA is banning these products. We are substituting powdered gloves with comparable non-powdered gloves.

  • Can be used for short-term clinical applications with low risk of exposure to potentially infectious materials.
  • Synthetic vinyl provides dexterity.
  • Smooth finish.
  • Beaded cuff helps facilitate donning.
  • Ambidextrous.
  • Transparent.
  • Nominal fingertip thickness: 3.5 mil.
  • Not made with natural rubber Latex.

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