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Chemotherapy Nitrile Exam Gloves are waterproof, greaseproof, oil proof, allergy-safe and most importantly, chemical resistant to a wide range of common chemicals, chemotherapy drugs, and other hazardous substances. Chemotherapy nitrile gloves are commonly used in the medical industry by Pharmacists due to their ability to not allow user to absorb potentially harmful chemicals, their high puncture resistance and dexterous strength. 

Nitrile gloves are used by medical professionals to protect against biological hazards, bodily fluids, oily substances, acid, emulsions, and other liquids, as well as for cleaning or disinfecting areas that could have possible contamination or have been exposed to bacteria or contagious viral infections. These gloves meet or exceed ASTM 6978, EN 455 and EN 374 standards,

Skin contact with chemotherapy drugs can pose a significant health risk to medical professionals. Testing in accordance with Chemo standard ASTM 6978 requires the use of at least nine chemotherapy drugs. This includes seven compulsory drugs and a minimum of two additional drugs from the list of additional chemotherapy drugs.


Features:

  • Good for wearing for an extended period
  • Good for use in healthcare settings, medical facilities, hospitals, food service, clinics, home care, personal care, laboratories, industrial use, housekeeping, IT industries, retail settings, and beauty industries
  • Chemical resistant to a wide range of common chemicals
  • Waterproof  
  • 100% synthetic gloves, free from latex
  • Disposable, Powder-Free, Single use
  • Offers protection for skin against wounds, irritation, cross-contamination, or harmful substances
  • Non-sterile
  • Color may vary, typically blue, black or purple
  • Ambidextrous
  • Shelf life of 3-5 years 
  • 100pcs Gloves x 10 Boxes x 1 Case
  • Meets or exceeds ASTM D6978, EN 455, EN 374, EN 374 Standards
  • Keep in a dry, well-ventilated place between 50° and 85° F (10° and 30° C), avoiding direct sunlight, fluorescent light, and X-Ray to obtain peak performance