SMS - 4AP491

Plastic - 4AP492

Medical Aprons cover the front of the body to protect clothes during surgery or nursing procedures. They are made of polythene which is resistant to liquids and can be recycled. The material used in the apron must be thin, light, and easy to wear and minimize the risk of being contaminated by microbes and dangerous liquids.

Quality Standards:

Adopted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

EN 340:1993 : Protective clothing — General requirements.

EN 1082-1:1996 : Protective clothing — Gloves and arm guards protecting against cuts and stabs by hand knives — Part 1: Chain mail gloves and arm guards.

EN ISO 13997 : Protective clothing — Mechanical properties — Determination of resistance to cutting by sharp objects (ISO 13997:1999).

EN 20811:1992 : Textiles — Determination of resistance to water penetration — Hydrostatic pressure test.

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What areas are included in the critical zone?

AAMI standards require a surgical gown to pass ASTM International F1671 in the critical zones in order to be labeled an AAMI level 4 surgical gown. What areas are included in the critical zone? There are typically four different areas that must pass within the critical zones, including two in the front chest and two on the sleeves. If a product passes ASTM InternationalF1671 in all applicable areas, then it qualifies as an AAMI level 4 surgical gown.