We provide AAMI Level 1-4 Isolation Gowns
The AAMI PB70 standard is designed to provide a reference point from which institutions can evaluate protective suits and surgical curtains. The objective criteria allow large organizations to easily standardize the choice of protective clothing and allow users to choose the most appropriate protection at a glance. Steck Med, a division of Steck Manufacturing, offers a wide range of adaptable, high-quality, cost-effective and non-invasive protective clothing.
Protective clothing is intended for use in healthcare facilities, as surgical suits and protective suits, protective clothing, and other protective equipment for medical and surgical purposes, as well as protective clothing for non-medical purposes.
Surgical gowns are regulated by the FDA as a Class II medical device requiring 510 (k) pre-market approval. Regardless of what you call your product, when choosing an insulation jacket, pay attention to a product label that describes the intended use and the desired level of protection based on the above-mentioned risk.
Surgical gowns are personal protective clothing to be worn by healthcare workers to protect patients and caregivers from fine dust and other contaminants such as bacteria and viruses. Class II devices intended for surgical intervention and to protect the wearer from the transmission of microorganisms and bodily fluids. The non-surgical smock is a class II medical device and is worn when there is a medium to high risk of contamination. All seams are considered critical protection zones and must meet the highest AAMI protection level and at least 1,000 milligrams of liquid per square centimeter. All seams must have a surface area of at least 1.5 millimeters per inch and no more than 1 millimeter in diameter.
For healthcare professionals, the comfort and ease of use of these garments promotes PPE compliance while improving protection for all.
We offer liquid-resistant PPE solutions. We are committed to preventing healthcare-related infections and reducing the use of narcotics to help patients get from surgery to recovery.