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double glove

The wearing of two pairs of gloves during invasive procedures to decrease the likelihood of direct contact between the surgeon and the patient. Similarly: “triple glove.”
See also: glove
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Furthermore some procedures would indicate doubling gloving to be necessary but scrub staff could choose when they wished to wear double gloves.
Perforations were compared in the single glove versus the inner double glove and the single glove versus the outer double glove.
color blue or green (for color puncturing when double gloves are used in high-risk operations).
that the district administration of Faisalabad has arranged stalls of double gloves and anti-ticks chemical spray on wholesale market rate in
Use of Gloves: Respondents were asked questions regarding the use of gloves in the following situations, as well as questions regarding use of double gloves and washing of hands after removal of gloves.
Use of Double gloves should be advised and promoted as preventive measure which will help to control needle stick and other injuries which are very common in our daily practice.
Laboratory PPE Gloves, Impermeable gown, water-resistant double gloves, eye gowns, full face protec- tion, N-95 shield or goggles, mask, shoe covers.
But Lyn Gilbert, director of Westmead's Centre for Infectious diseases and recently appointed chair of Australia's National Public Health Partnership, says so far authorities here feel that a fluid resistant gown, fluid repellant mask, goggles or a face shield, shoe covers and gloves, or possibly double gloves if there is a lot of fluid, are the basic requirements.
When double gloves are worn, perforation indicator systems should be used.
9-13) Despite improved glove materials and the implementation of preventative measures, such as wearing double gloves, the rate of glove perforation in total joint surgery has been reported to be as high as 14.