Protection Garments, Environmental, Decontamination Re-Dressing

Definition : Protection garment designed to facilitate potentially contaminated clothes changing (i.e., redressing) as an initial step in decontamination of affected persons. These garments typically consist of disposable clothes including a large gown that allows patients to change clothes while maintaining privacy, fabric boots, a valuables bag, and a clothing disposal bag; they may also include towels. Re-dressing personal protection garments are mostly used for field decontamination in non-contaminated areas and patient transport during massive emergency situations; they do not offer any protection for a person or rescuer in potentially contaminated areas.

Entry Terms : "Re-Dressing Kits, Personal Protective Equipment"

UMDC code : 20344

U.S.companies only
Suppress Subsidiary Companies

1-4 of 4 Match(es).

Cole Parmer

Company Type: Parent


Company Type: Parent

DQE, Inc. started as a research project and evolved into an emergency preparedness brand that enhanced and changed the way first responders and healthcare professionals prepare, respond and recover from emergencies ranging from hazardous materials events to mass casualty incidents.

General Econopak Inc

Company Type: Parent

General Econopak, Inc. provides solutions in the areas of aseptic technique, sterilization, cleanliness, and protection of personnel & equipment for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, veterinary, and allied markets.

RMC Medical

Company Type: Parent

RMC Medical has been a leading manufacturer of Emergency Response Decontamination Equipment since 1969.

1-4 of 4 Match(es).


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