Karat latex gloves are available in powder-free or powdered (using U.S.P. “Absorbo” powdered corn starch) for easy donning. Our clear latex gloves are cost-effective, strong, and good for wearing for an extended amount of time.
Latex Examination Gloves
Medical grade materials (safety tested):
•Gloves: 100% natural latex polymer
•Powder: corn starch
LATEX GLOVES from The Safety Zone provide the best feel, fit and dexterity. Our gloves are available in both lightly powdered and powder free options in a variety of thicknesses. Our lightly powdered latex gloves are produced with a food grade corn starch powder, making donning easier especially when hands are wet.
Powdered Latex Surgical Gloves
Powdered with USP grade bio absorbable corn starch (powdered Surgical Gloves)
Latex Surgical Gloves
Lightly-Powdered Latex Surgical Gloves
Absorbable Corn Starch,
Curved Finger and Anatomic Shape,
Size-embossed on cuff area,
Micro-textured surface for maximum grip,
Leaching Process For Low Powder and Protein
Length: 290mm +/- 5mm
Size: 5.5 ~ 9
Glove Powders: What You Need to Know
Today, virtually all manufacturers of powdered surgical gloves use a cornstarch derivative, USP Absorbable Dusting Powder, as a donning agent. However, clinical evidence regarding the hazards of glove powders for both healthcare professionals and their patients continues to mount.
Medical Glove Powder Report (article)
Medical Glove Powder Report
"For the purposes of this document, total particulate matter [glove powder] includes dusting or donning powders, mold-release compounds, and manufacturing debris. Dry lubricants such as cornstarch, silicone etc., are used to make donning gloves easier and to prevent gloves from sticking together during the manufacturing process. Cornstarch, which meets the specification for absorbable dusting powder in the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP), is the most common lubricant for patient examination gloves".
Hand Sanitizers That Contain Nut Oils
Corn in Medical Supplies
Shrimp in First Aid Supplies
From Avoiding Milk Protein:
Non Food Items Made From Corn
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