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What Is an Allergy?

Immune system overreaction
When a person with an allergic constitution encounters an allergen, the allergic antibody in the body reacts with the allergen and releases histamine, which will cause inflammatory reaction and allergic symptoms.
The most common allergic symptoms are itchy nose, itchy eyes, red skin, swollen throat, diarrhea, etc. For those allergic diseases include allergic rhinitis, asthma, ectopic dermatitis, etc.

Gloves Features

Nitrile gloves offer 3-5 times the puncture and tear-resistance than that of latex gloves.
Compared to other gloves, nitrile gloves are more durable and tough. With better flexibility, nitrile creates a more comfortable user experience over longer durations. In terms of oil-resistance, nitrile is impermeable and offers increased protection against a wider range of chemical reagents that outperforms other materials in protecting against oil and fat mixtures.
The low protein content makes the nitrile gloves the safest choice for auto mechanics with latex allergies.

Guidelines For Using Disposable Gloves

Clean your hands before wearing the gloves.
Store the gloves adequately after unboxing to prevent cross-infection due to exposure in contaminated areas.
Replace the gloves immediately if they are contaminated during the process.
Disposable gloves must be replaced when come in contact with bodily fluids and hair.
The user must wear gloves if he/she has cuts or infections on his/her hands.

How To Choose Gloves

How to select disposable gloves?
For intricate work, one would need gloves with good fit, flexibility, and maneuverability. For work that does not require delicate finger movements, thicker gloves can be used.

Gloves Comparison Tables

With so many kinds of gloves and environments to use them in, it is very difficult to know which gloves suit you the best. With the glove material comparison table as below, you can understand which gloves match with your specific needs.

Quality standards

The AQL test is divided into medical gloves and industrial gloves (two levels). Medical-grade gloves have higher AQL standards. Due to higher contamination risks in the medical field, the AQL is stricter on its testing of medical-grade gloves.
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