Gowns are examples of personal protective equipment used in health care settings. They are used to protect the wearer from the spread of infection or illness if the wearer comes in contact with potentially infectious liquid and solid material. They may also be used to help prevent the gown wearer from transferring microorganisms that could harm vulnerable patients, such as those with weakened immune systems. Gowns are one part of an overall infection-control strategy for health workers.
In all these long quarantined times, there are situations when you have to go to hospitals or other highly likely areas for Covid. Then you have to protect not only your face from air borne virus but also your clothes which you are going to continue using. For this you need our disposable isolation gowns, which you would dump after using.
These isolation gowns typically provide 360-degree protection because they are designed to cover the whole body, including the back and upper legs, and sometimes the head and feet as well. While the material and seam barrier properties are essential for defining the protective level, the coverage provided by the material used in the garment design, as well as certain features including closures, will greatly affect the protective level.
Note: This is an FDA approved isolation gown which fulfills all the points of certification.