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Extended Cuff Nitrile Exam Gloves (509)

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PremierPro™ powder-free Extended Cuff Nitrile Exam Gloves offer superior elasticity to provide a better feel and a more comfortable fit. The extra length and extra thickness provide greater protection for hands as well as over the wrist and forearms. Textured fingertips provide a secure hold and a comfortable fit. Designed for the health care providers’ protection in mind against body fluids, and for use with Chemotherapy agents in high-risk clinical settings. Nitrile is a synthetic material that decreases the risk of latex sensitivity in susceptible individuals.

Features & Benefits

  • Extended cuff
  • Fingertip textured
  • Complies with standard ASTM 6978 (Assessment of Medical Exam Gloves for Resistance to Permeation by Chemotherapy Drugs)
  • Meets USP 800 Personal Protection Equipment requirement for use of Chemotherapy Gloves when handling Hazardous Drugs
  • Non-sterile
  • Synthetic Nitrile Rubber (NBR)
  • Powder-free
  • Beaded cuff
  • Single use only
  • Ambidextrous
  • Not made with natural rubber latex

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Gloves used for protection against chemotherapy drug exposure must be selected specifically for the type of chemicals used. Test results shown below. Caution: Refer to drug labeling or MSDS sheet to determine adequate level of protection.

Physical Properties (Before Aging)*

Tensile Strength: 14 Mpa minimum
Elongation: 500% minimum
Length: 285mm minimum
Finger Thickness: 0.17mm minimum
Palm Thickness: 0.13mm minimum

*PremierPro™ gloves meet or exceed these physical requirements. Independent laboratory test results are available upon request.

Tested For Use With Chemotherapy Drugs Using ASTM D 6978. Gloves used for protection against chemotherapy drug exposure must be selected specifically for the type of drugs being used.

Chemical Permeation Data

Chemical permeation data of chemotherapy drugs and a Material Safety Data Sheet are available to the consumers upon request. For chemical resistance
data on chemotherapy drugs not listed, please call 1-855-531-7699.

Chemotherapy Drug Permeation Resistance

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