Surgical Gloves

Surgical gloves are a type of medical gloves that are made specifically to fit perfectly and work more dexterously than other kind of medical gloves. They are made from a number of materials and are mostly used in medical institutions for surgical purposes. For home uses, many doctors recommend using surgical gloves while tending to open wounds and ostomy related care so that no cross-contamination or non-sterile effects harm the patient. At Shop Wound Care, we offer a wide range of surgical gloves in multiple sizes and packaging options, from top selling brands such as Medline, Cardinal Health, McKesson, etc.

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Types of Surgical Gloves

  • Sterile and Non-sterile - Depending on the usage and application of the medical gloves, they can be both sterile and non-sterile.
  • Powdered and Non-powdered - This depends on whether the user wants lubrication or doesn’t. Sometimes, a user can have allergies to the powder and should hence opt the non-powdered ones.
  • Material Types - Surgical gloves are made with different materials such as nitrile, vinyl, latex, neoprene, etc. Depending on one's preference, the type of gloves are chosen.
  • Chlorinated Gloves - Some types of surgical gloves are chlorinated to maintain zero germ-invasion, but if a person is allergic to chlorine or it doesn't suit their skin type, then we recommend not to use them.

Features of Surgical Gloves

  • Come in a wide range of options depending on material, lubrication, and sterility 
  • Hygienic and safe to use 
  • Disposable and can be thrown after one use 
  • Easy to store and use as well 
  • Helpful in a number of domestic as well as professional uses