Sterile Nonreinforced Eclipse Surgical Gowns with Towel, Size L

Sterile Nonreinforced Eclipse Surgical Gowns with Towel, Size L


Sterile Nonreinforced Eclipse Surgical Gowns
Sterile Nonreinforced Eclipse Surgical Gowns with Towel, Size L

In our continuing efforts to provide you with superb comfort and protection, we have upgraded our Eclipse gowns with a new higher-quality, SMS fabric.
Still equipped with the same great fit and features of all our gowns, the new fabric enhances the Eclipse line with new attributes: increased breathability, lighter weight, higher hydrostatic head and better wicking/moisture evaporation
Today’s most advanced SMS technologies allow us to bring you an incredibly soft gown and increased barrier
AAMI Level 2 protection
Available in sizes Small, 41″ (104 cm); Large, 43″ (109 cm); X-Large, 47″ (119 cm), XX-Large, 49″ (124 cm); XXX-Large, 50″ (127 cm) and XXXX-Large, 49″ (124 cm)

  • 30/CASE
SKU: DYNJP2001 Categories: , , Brand:

The Eclipse gowns feature a hook and loop neck closure that allows the neckline to easily adjust to a wide variety of people. In addition, the closure helps prevent gapping in the front of the gown to further help protect against fluids. Made with breathable Softesse medical fabric from DuPont. Sterile.


  • Brand Name: Medline
  • Clothing Size: Small
  • Color: Blue
  • Material: Latex Free
  • Model Number: DYNJP2005
  • Size: L

Additional Information

Dimensions 16.8 × 10.7 × 15.5 in

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  2. Very quick. Exactly as described and not bad value for money at all.

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