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Adenna Analyzes Types of Medical Gloves and Shares Results on Website

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 10:06 AM CDT, Tue, July 24,2018

Adenna, a worldwide distributor of medical and hand protection products, has shared an in-depth analysis of all the three major types of medical gloves on its website. The company has posted an insightful article showing the strengths and weaknesses of vinyl, nitrile and latex medical gloves.

Ontario, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/24/2018 -- Adenna has published a blog article on the three major types of medical safety gloves ion its website. The post compares the main advantages and disadvantages of the three most popular glove production materials or fabrics, namely latex, vinyl and nitrile. According to the company, the insightful analysis will help consumers when choosing the best type of disposable gloves for medical or healthcare applications.

According to an article posted by Adenna on its website, the three major types of medical gloves are latex gloves, nitrile gloves, and vinyl medical gloves. The recently published blog post analyzed the functional attributes of each of type of medical glove to the consumer. According to the blog, medical gloves are worn to prevent cross-contamination between caregivers and patients in medical settings such as healthcare facilities. They are worn by various medical personnel including dentists, physicians, nurses, lab technician, surgeons, and caregivers, to prevent cross-contamination between them and their patients.

The main gist of the article is medical glove classification based on the manufacturing or production material. Here the article focuses on the three main types of glove materials: latex, vinyl and nitrile. According to the post, latex medical gloves are made from natural rubber and are hence very durable. One drawback of using latex medical gloves is that they can cause allergic reactions to the skin. Nitrile medical gloves on the other hand are made from nitrile rubber, which is a latex-free synthetic rubber polymer. These gloves are tougher and they offer greater physical and chemical resistance than latex and vinyl gloves. One major benefit of using nitrile medical gloves is that they have no proteins or latex that can cause allergies to the skin of the wearer. Vinyl gloves offer standard protection in medical settings; they are latex-free and the most cost-effective solution for preventing contamination in a healthcare facility. The company can be followed at https://www.linkedin.com/company/adenna-inc/.

About Adenna
For the past 20+ years, Adenna has marketed and distributed a wide variety of hand protection and healthcare products around the world. The company maintains its corporate office and master distribution center is located in Ontario, California with other distribution centers in Atlanta, Georgia, and Elgin, Illinois. Adenna has partnered with major distributors to enhance its marketing network. The company serves a wide range of medical, commercial, industrial, and service-related industries with its disposable gloves, sterilization pouches, barrier films, disposable facemasks, and other disposable protection.

Company: Adenna
Administrative Office: 201 S. Milliken Avenue Ontario, CA 91761, USA
Sales & Marketing Office: 17500 Red Hill Ave Ste# 220 Irvine, CA 92614, USA
Telephone: 888-3ADENNA (323-3662) or 909-510-6999
Fax: 909-510-8999
Email: info@adenna.com
Website: http://www.adenna.com/
https://www.facebook.com/adennaLLC/

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