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AAMI Level 1 Isolation Gown Medical

$40.00 / bag

AAMI Level 1 Isolation Gown Medical

  • 10 / bag
  • Neck & Waist Ties
  • Waterproof
  • Reusable
  • Tear Proof




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AAMI Level 1 isolation gown is a medical, disposable gown used by medical personnel to avoid exposure to blood, body fluids, and other infectious materials. The two-way, isolation of the level 1 disposable gown prevents both the medical personnel from being infected or contaminated and prevents the patient from being infected.


Standard: ANSI/AAMI PB70 Level 1


Shelf Life: 2 years


Water Penetration : AATCC 42 ≤ 4.5g

How to put on the AAMI Level 1 Isolation Gown:

1. Wash hands thoroughly or apply hand sanitizer.

2. Put on the level 1 medical gown.

3. Fully cover your torso from your neck to knees and your arms to the end of your wrists,  then tie the level 1 disposable gown at the back.

4. Isolation gown should be large enough to allow unrestricted movement without gaping.

5. Fasten at the back of the neck and waist.


Special Note:

Discard the AAMI Level 1 Isolation Gown in an appropriate receptacle. Some users may require special gown disposal depending on your local facility’s rules and applicable regulations.


Who is the AAMI Level 1 Isolation Gown for?

Selecting the correct level of isolation gown depends on how much protection is needed for your circumstance. The AAMI level 1 isolation gown is to be used in minimal risk environments  For example, some of the appropriate circumstances for the use of AAMI Level 1 isolation gown are during basic medical care, standard medical isolation, cover gown for visitors, or in a standard medical unit.


People who are not in the medical field may also use the AAMI level 1 isolation gown when needed. For example when taking care of a sick family member at the hair or nail salon etc.


Dimensions : 120cm x 140cm

Fabric Material : Non-woven

Colour : Blue

High Comfort? : Lightweight, breathable

Elastic Wrist? : Yes

Cuff : Woven

Sterile? : No

Back : Full Coverage

Neck & Waist Ties? : Yes

Reusable? : No

Disposable: Yes

Reusable?
No

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SIGNIFICANT PROTECTION FROM INFECTIONS

Isolation gowns are a significant added layer of protection from fluids, chemicals, and more. No matter what other PPE you are using, your clothes can hold infections on them. By using an isolation gown properly, you are protecting yourself from carrying and spreading infections on your clothes.

DON'T BECOME A CARRIER

Not only is it a danger to yourself if you have any infectious materials on your clothes, but it's a threat to everyone you come in contact with. By wearing an isolation gown, you're preventing your clothes from becoming a carrier of infections.

WHO SHOULD WEAR A MASK, AND WHERE SHOULD THEY BE WORN?

Most workplaces currently require employees and customers to wear protective medical masks while in the facility. The CDC recommends that people who are using public transportation or meeting with people who do not live in the same household, should be wearing masks due to COVID-19.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the differences between different levels of AAMI Isolation Gowns?

All Medical Gowns need testing according to AAMI standards. The gowns are classified based on their rating of Liquid barrier performance as per CSA.

There are four different levels of Medical Isolation gowns according to FDA:

  • AAMI Level 1: Minimal risk, to be used, for example, during basic care, standard isolation, cover gown for visitors, or in a standard medical unit
  • AAMI Level 2: Low risk, to be used, for example, during blood draw, suturing, in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), or a pathology lab
  • AAMI Level 3: Moderate risk, to be used, for example, during arterial blood draw, inserting an Intravenous (IV) line, in the Emergency Room, or for trauma cases
  • AAMI Level 4: High risk, to be used, for example, during long, fluid intense procedures, surgery,  when pathogen resistance is needed or infectious diseases are suspected (non-airborne)

How many times can I use the AAMI Level 1 Disposable Gown?

Disposable gowns of any sort, including the AAMI level 1, should NOT be re-used as per the CDC.

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