Sterile-Back FabricReinforced Surgical Gown XL Size
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Sterile-Back FabricReinforced Surgical Gown XL Size

$7.99

Inspired by long days on your feet, our surgical gowns stand up to the rigors of your work, keeping you safe from potentially harmful elements.In creating Astound Fabric-Reinforced Gowns, we worked closely with healthcare professionals like you to make sure your needs and expectations were not just met, but exceeded.

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Astound surgical gown’s lightweight fabric and outstanding barrier protection are designed for the demands of today’s clinical workplace. Our gowns are available in standard, fabric-reinforced and impervious-reinforced styles to meet varying protection needs in the OR.Large reinforcements in the chest and sleeves on the fabric-reinforced and impervious-reinforced gowns give extra barrier protection where it’s needed most. The generous sizing of our gowns in several key areas improves fit and comfort. For more additional room in the shoulders and chest, we offer our gowns in a raglan-sleeve design.

Features:

  • Provide AAMI level 3 protection in critical zone.
  • Lightweight fabric and outstanding barrier protection are designed for the demands of today’s clinical workplace.fabric-reinforced styles to meet varying protection needs in the OR.
  • Large reinforcements in the chest and sleeves on the fabric-reinforced gowns give extra barrier protection where it’s needed most.
  • The generous sizing of our gowns in several key areas improves fit and comfort.
  • For more additional room in the shoulders and chest, we offer our gowns in a raglan-sleeve design.
  • Repels fluid.
  • Sterile.
  • Reinforced.
  • X-large.

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Dimensions 15.2 × 8.6 × 17.4 in

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