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McKesson Perry Latex Surgical Gloves are made with natural rubber latex and an anti-slip, smooth finish to help ensure tactile sensitivity. Perry Performance Plus Sterile Latex Surgical Gloves are powder free to help prevent post-operative complications and sensitivity associated with powder residue. These single-use gloves are manufactured with SureFit technology to help prevent roll-down, and a continuous polymer coating for dry-and damp-hand wearability. These gloves meet or exceed ASTM surgical glove standards, manufactured within the quality guidelines of ISO 13485: 2003, ISO 9001: 2000, ISO 14001: 2004, FDA-QSR and CE Certification. Perry Performance Plus surgical gloves contain 50 micrograms or less of total water-extractable protein per gram. This product is not chemo approved.
Caution: Safety of this product has not been established for individuals with latex sensitivity.
Caution: THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NATURAL RUBBER LATEX WHICH MAY CAUSE ALLERGIC REACTIONS IN THOSE WITH LATEX SENSITIVITY
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Product Features and Benefits
- Made with Natural Rubber Latex to Help Ensure Tactile Sensitivity
- Anti-Slip Smooth Finish
- Beaded Cuff
- SureFit Technology To Help Prevent Roll-down
- Continuous Polymer Coating for Dry-and Damp-Hand Wearability
- Product Meets or Exceeds ASTM Surgical Glove Standards
- Powder Free to Help Eliminate Post-Operative Complications Associated with Powder
- Manufacturer: McKesson
- Item Number: MCK201055N
- UNSPSC Code: 42132205
- Length: 11.0 Inches (average)
- Fingertip Thickness: 9 mil.
- Sterilization: Gamma Radiation
- Single-Use Only
- Color: Cream White
- Packaging: 1 Pair per Pack, 50 Pairs per Dispenser Box, 4 Boxes per Case (200 Pairs per Case)
- Protein Content: 50 micrograms or Less of Total Water-Extractable Protein per Gram
- Manufactured within the Quality Guidelines of ISO 13485: 2003, ISO 9001: 2000, ISO 14001: 2004, FDA-QSR and CE Certification.
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