How Well Is Your Healthcare Practice Protected?

June 12, 2020 2 min read

Isolation Gowns


Isolation Gowns

Whether your nursing home facility or private practice is preparing to reopen or has been operating throughout the Covid-19 crisis, it’s imperative to keep you, your staff, and your patients safe and protected at all times with the right PPE.

Coronavirus is still with us, and you especially need to take care of your older patients by doing everything possible to prevent its spread to vulnerable populations.

One of the main ways to accomplish this is by using quality isolation medical gowns, specifically those that follow CDC guidelines for protection.

Rather than single-use, disposable gowns, the CDC recommends reusable, cloth isolation gowns made of polyester or polyester-cotton fabrics.

Choose gowns that are made in the U.S. from a trustworthy company like Valley Med Supply, and which can be washed and dried multiple times while retaining their protective qualities.

Make sure they have been tested to ensure they are full barrier, like those made by Valley Med Supply, which also has isolation gowns that can be disinfected without washing.

Reusable isolation gowns have come a long way, and new technology incorporates polyester microfibers into a tightly woven, fluid-repellent fabric made of continuous filament threads.

Gowns manufactured today by Valley Med Supply provide several levels of protection, comfort, flexibility, strength, and durability.

Indeed, reusable PPE isolation gowns are the wave of the future: Not only do they provide superior protection, but they also save money and reduce waste; reusable PPE medical gowns can reduce costs as much as 25 to 50 percent and reduce medical waste as much as 80 percent.

Another important point: reusable PPE nursing gowns are an important investment.

Quality medical PPE gowns will not only protect your staff and your patients now, but they will also keep you prepared for a potential second Covid-19 wave and subsequent shortages of single-use disposable gowns.

While we all hope it doesn’t happen, according to all the experts, this virus is far from over, and as people congregate in rallies across the country, and the weather turns colder, many predict an uptick in coronavirus cases.

The best thing the healthcare world can do is stick with CDC guidelines to prevent the spread of this deadly virus.

Be smart. Invest now in the right reusable isolation gowns to stay safe and protected today, and for whatever the future may bring.

Joe N
Joe N