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They shield the arms from potential contaminants, fluids, and harmful substances, especially during surgeries or wound care.
Medical sleeves resist penetration by contaminants, have elastic ends for a secure fit, and are often disposable.
Common materials include polyethylene, vinyl, or latex. Some are made of breathable fabric for comfort.
Typically, they're for single use to avoid cross-contamination. Always use a new sleeve for each task or patient.
They act as a barrier between skin and contaminants, preventing the spread of infectious agents and maintaining sterility.
Yes, sleeves come in various sizes and materials to fit different arm lengths and to cater to specific medical procedures.
Follow the healthcare facility's guidelines, usually disposing of them in biohazard or clinical waste bins.
Some people may be allergic to materials like latex. Always check the material and opt for hypoallergenic alternatives if needed.
While they offer a protective barrier, effectiveness can vary based on material and quality. They're part of a broader infection control strategy.
No, they cover the arms and not hands. They're often used in conjunction with gloves for full protection.
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