Location of overgloves, Biology

Location of Overgloves

- taped to the sides of the mobile cabinets for procedures such as patient examination and charting during non-aerosol producing procedures

- on the paper towel dispenser (right-handed students) or the chart holder (left- handed students) and covered by a bib for aerosol or spatter producing procedures

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