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Occupational medicine A popular term for a fluid-resistant disposable garment that covers the arms and legs, worn with gloves—doubled—shoes and head coverings, and face mask and/or shield,
Space medicine A complex, self-contained, multi-layered and multisystem garment, designed to keep a person alive and comfortable in the harsh environment of outer space
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space suit

Occupational medicine A popular term for a fluid-resistant disposable garment that covers the arms and legs, worn with gloves–doubled, shoe and head coverings, and face mask and/or shield. See Personal protective garment.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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