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Double gloving is associated with significantly fewer inner glove perforations.
When choosing a method of glove protection, glove liners, knitted gloves and triple gloving offer more protection than standard double gloving.
This article is based on the following source with the kind permission of the Cochrane Library: Tanner J, Parkinson H Double gloving to reduce surgical cross- infection.
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