Explain about utility gloves, Biology

Q. Explain about Utility Gloves?

Because of the increased risk of percutaneous injury during instrument cleaning (100% of the Faculty incidents reported in academic year 2003/04), heavy-duty utility gloves are used during all disinfection and cleaning procedures. For post- op cleaning, treatment gloves are worn under utility gloves to afford protection to the operator when placing the utility gloves in their sterilization bag. After use they are to be washed, dried and bagged with nail and suction brushes. Student name is properly marked on bag before transport to Central Sterilization.

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