Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), which includes both isolation and protective gowns, can be considered the “last line of defense” for decreasing the risk of exposure to harmful infections and viruses that can be acquired in a hospital setting. ASP Medical offers high-quality PPE solutions manufactured to your facility standards and needs so that you can rest easy knowing that your staff is properly protected and equipped when they care for patients.

Isolation Reusable Gowns

  • Made of a high-quality cotton 55% polyester 45% blend
  • Knit cuffs
  • Over-the-head design with durable metal snaps makes them the perfect gown for non-critical areas or patient exam use
  • Excellent coverage with waist ties provides long-term patient comfort as an everyday patient gown

Isolation Disposable Gowns

  • Gowns offer various levels of protection
  • Ties at neck and waist
  • Over the head or perforated neck
  • Open or closed back
  • Elastic cuffs or thumbhooks
  • Durable, sewn seams
  • Generously sized for full coverage
  • Available in AMMI rated material or non rated material
  • SMS fabric
  • Multiple sizes available

Isolation Polyethylene Disposable Gowns

  • Tie at waist
  • Open back
  • Thumb hooks
  • Generously sized for full coverage
  • Blue polyethylene fabric
  • Available in multiple sizes

From the FDA:

More on Medical Gowns

A few of the many terms that have been used to refer to gowns intended for use in health care settings, include  surgical gowns, isolation gowns, surgical isolation gowns, nonsurgical gowns, procedural gowns, and operating room gowns. Regardless of how the product is named, when choosing gowns, look for product labeling that describes an intended use with the desired level of protection based on the above risk levels. Product names are not standardized.

From the CDC:

Optimizing the Supply of Isolation Gowns

While there are no widely accepted measurements or triggers to distinguish surge capacity from daily patient care capacity, surge capacity is a useful framework to approach a decreased supply of isolation gowns during the COVID-19 response. Three general strata have been used to describe surge capacity and can be used to prioritize measures to conserve isolation gown supplies along the continuum of care.

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