(Cardinal) Invacare Nitrile Powder-Free Exam Gloves

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Reliamed (Cardinal) Invacare Nitrile Powder-Free Exam Gloves

  • 4 Size Options Available
  • Ambidextrouos Gloves
  • Non-Sterile
  • Latex Free
  • Blue
  • Soft Compound

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Reliamed (Cardinal) Invacare Nitrile Powder-Free Exam Gloves

Invacare is now Cardinal Brand – Same Great Quality, With a Whole New Look!


Invacare Nitrile Powder-Free Exam Gloves have a soft compound for easy fit and comfort over a long period of time, without compromising integrity or strength. These gloves are blue with beaded cuff for easy donning.

Features:

  • 4 Size Options Available
  • Ambidextrouos Gloves
  • Non-Sterile
  • Latex Free
  • Blue
  • Soft Compound
Old Invacare # Old Reliamed Item # New Cardinal # Size
ISG421NF1 ISGZGPFNSM 558886I Small
ISG421NF2 ISGZGPFNMD 558887I Medium
ISG421NF3 ISGZGPFNLG 558888I Large
ISG421NF4 ISGZGPFNXL 558889IX X-Large

Ebola, MERS, Flu and other airborne virus protection


These Nitrile Gloves are great for Ebola, MERS, Flu and other airborne virus protection. These Nitrile Gloves block alpha particles and low-energy beta particles from entering your system. Ebola hemorrhagic fever is a severe and often deadly illness that can occur in the human body. Health organizations recommend to avoid areas in which there are epidemics. For full protection its ideal to wear a gown, gloves, and mask around sick patients. These precautions will greatly decrease the risk of transmission.

Nitrile Gloves, as part of basic protection from Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever, is recommended by these global organizations:


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Reliamed (Cardinal) Invacare Nitrile Powder-Free Exam Gloves

55N88TT22M - Medium - Box of 100 - $7.25 ($0.07 per unit)

55N88TT23L - Large - Box of 100 - $7.25 ($0.07 per unit)

55N88TT24XL - X-Large - Box of 100 - $7.25 ($0.07 per unit)

55N88TT21S - Small - Box of 100 - $7.25 ($0.07 per unit)

ZGPFNXL - X-Large - Case of 1,000 - $63.95 ($0.06 per unit)

763 1027 02 - Medium - Case of 1,000 - $63.95 ($0.06 per unit)

ZGPFNLG - Large - Case of 1,000 - $63.95 ($0.06 per unit)

ZGPFNSM - Small - Case of 1,000 - $63.95 ($0.06 per unit)



(Cardinal) Invacare Nitrile Powder-Free Exam Gloves Reviews Summary

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78 out of 82 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Comfortable (26)
Good Fit (25)
Lightweight (23)
Sturdy (21)
Safe (17)
Top Cons

None (3)
Should come in medium (1)
Flimsy (1)
Top Best Uses

Home (24)
Elderly (18)
Work (13)
Emergency (12)
Following Surgery (9)
1-5 of 84 reviews
1 2 3
Good product

Pros:
Comfortable. Good Fit. Easy Storage.
Best Uses:
Home. Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver. Medical Professional. Nurse. Elderly. daughter.

Use for caring for my mom with alzheimers.

by Erin from Milton, DE
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Very good

Pros:
Good Fit. Comfortable. Safe.
Best Uses:
Work.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

We use the product for one of our young adult client who has a very sensitive skin and allergic to latex and vinyl. We don't have any issue.

by Juliet from Madison, WI
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Always protecting my hands

Pros:
Good Fit. Comfortable. Versatile. Lightweight. Safe. Easy Storage. Washes Well. Sturdy.
Best Uses:
Home. Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Work around house. Caregiver. Provide for my wife.

Used to protect my hands in all chorse around the house

by Domenic from Glen Allen, VA
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
gloves

Pros:
Sturdy. Easy Storage. Safe. Lightweight. Stylish.
Cons:
fit smaller.
Best Uses:
Work. Home. Elderly. Emergency. Following Surgery.
Describe Yourself:
Nurse. Elderly. medicine delivery.

The fit is smaller than normal. I wear a medium glove in the hospital/clinic setting. The medium glove I purchased fits like a small.

by dragonlady from Sherwood, Arkansas
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
Good product and price.

Pros:
Comfortable. Good Fit. Lightweight.
Best Uses:
Elderly. Home.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

These gloves work great for toileting elderly parent.

by Caregiver Sue from Wisconsin
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1-5 of 84 reviews
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What is the thickness of your nitrile gloves?
Asked on Jan 4, 2015 4:38:39 PM by Marv from So. CA
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My Mom is in Senior Living and gets extra assistance getting in and out of bed. The girls there are super gentle but once in a while my Mom's skin will tear because of the gloves the girls use while lifting her legs into bed. Is there any type of cloth glove they could use instead of vinyl or rubber gloves? Thank you!
Asked on Apr 3, 2012 12:03:16 PM by Joyce Ann from Rockwood, Michigan
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I don't believe cloth gloves would be an item furnished to caregivers at an assistant living facility as they are too expensive. One option might be to have the caregiver use a little vaseline or lotion on the Nitrile gloves, then lift your mother's legs into bed. This would prevent the gloves from sticking to her skin. Another option would be to have the caregivers use a soft hand towel in a sling-like fashion to lift her legs into bed. This way, the Nitrile gloves would not come into contact at all with your mother's skin.
Answered on Dec 18, 2012 4:30:23 PM by Linda from Denver
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Not sure ... sorry! There should be some available though. My parents have used a very thin cotton glove in their workplace a few years back.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 9:00:58 AM by Speedy from Horse Cave, KY
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I have never used cloth gloves myself. Perhaps if the girls use powder on the gloves after they put them on it might help not to grab your mom's skin.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 9:27:57 PM by barbie from ca
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I had the same problem with my mom. We found the best way to stop the skin tears on the legs is to lift by the heel or bottom of foot. The skin on the foot is much tougher and will not tear as easy.
Answered on Jan 3, 2013 7:14:59 AM by Cat from New Kent, Va
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maybe they could use a washcloth in each hand when touching her but sounds like that your moms skin is just paper thin. buy SOFT garden gloves and keep in the room
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 6:45:37 AM by bj from houston
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There are cotton gloves available. However use of cotton cloths while wearing gloves of your choice for protection from infections is a possibility
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 12:23:31 PM by Larry from Stick it
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Invacare Powder-Free Vinyl Exam Gloves-- ISG421VF2. Cloth doesn't protect patient or caregiver and can tear skin more easily. The older a person is, the more fragile their skin becomes.
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 2:43:03 PM by veinzap from 28086
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I am a nurse. I have never seen a cloth glove, but it is a very good idea for a person with fragile skin. If you supplied some finely knit winter gloves or plain work gloves with no extras (I have seen then in home improvement stores) for the workers to wear over there latex gloves, I am sure that would work. You could launder them at home. If she does not have any wounds on her legs or any communicable diseases there is no reason for the workers to even wear gloves when getting her out of bed. Also knee socks or long knit cable tights may also work. Good luck to you and your mom.
Answered on Jan 8, 2013 1:55:43 PM by nursesue from Minneapolis, MN
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In my opinion it's not the gloves, it's the caregivers. I worked in geriatrics for 31 years. If the caregivers are grabbing hold of your mother's legs instead of cupping her heels and calves in the palms of their hands their technique is incorrect. Caregivers are under a great deal of stress by demands of administrators, supervisors, residents and some families to get their work done as quickly and efficiently as possible and often shortcut technique in favor of speed.
Answered on Jun 27, 2013 7:17:00 PM by DavidP from West Virginia
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Nitrile gloves would be the best to use in my opinion because when you wear them, they feel more like your hands, and you can better feel what is going on with the patient's body. I think they would be able to handle her better and do less damage.
Answered on Jun 28, 2013 11:47:02 AM by Kimmykims from CA
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I have a different but related problem. I'm a 62 year old paraplegic who can't stand the feel of lotion on my hands. I use the gloves to gently lather moistening lotion on my leg skin to help keep them from tearing because of dryness. Have you considered that your Mom's skin might be tearing due to dryness and brittleness?
Answered on Jul 9, 2013 11:09:44 PM by Tony from East Lansing, mi
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Part Number(s): 763 5111, 763 1026 01, 763 5109, 763 1026 02, 763 5108, 763 5110, 763 1026 03, 763 1026 04

Mfg Part Number(s): 55N88TT22M, 55N88TT23L, 55N88TT24XL, 55N88TT21S, ZGPFNXL, 763 1027 02, ZGPFNLG, ZGPFNSM