ProMax® Surgical Gowns offer the highest levels of liquid-resistant and viral-resistant protection with ANSI/AAMI PB70 Level 4 Liquid Barrier. These gowns provide protection against blood-borne pathogens in critical zones. Ideally suited for long, liquid-intensive procedures and for operating on patients with potential blood-borne pathogen risk.
ProMax® is the only AAMI PB70 Level 4 Barrier gown with a patented, tapeless dual membrane sleeve and with Standard Textile’s patented offset sleeve design which positions the outside and inside seams at opposite ends to eliminate any direct pathways for strike-through.
These gowns also feature a 100% synthetic trilaminate front and ComPel® MLR fabric yoke. Conveniently triple color coded at the neck, waist, and cuff for easy size identification. Plus, comfort panel back is woven with ESD (electro-static dissipative) yarns to eliminate static.
Together, these technologies eliminate any direct path through the sleeve, providing maximum protection. ProMax® Surgical Gowns are the ultimate in safety and breathability.
ProMax® fabric has been rigorously tested for viral resistance, flammability, barrier performance, fiber content, strength, lint, toxicity, primary skin irritation, sterilization, durability, and colorfastness. This gown is the ultimate in durable protection and holds up well to the rigors of industrial laundering. A woven 75 block QCM grid allows staff to easily track uses and determine when replacement is necessary.
Meets AAMI PB70 Level 4 barrier standards. Available in sizes L-2XL.
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Read the complete study in the March 2020 issue of the AORN Journal.
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