The 3 Best Sterile Surgical Gloves Types Of 2022


Introduction To The Powerful Application Of The Sterile Surgical Gloves

As a healthcare professional, patient safety is always a top priority. That's why I'd like to introduce you to the powerful application of sterile surgical gloves. These gloves are an essential component of the surgical setting, providing a barrier prevent the transfer of harmful microorganisms and protect the wearer from exposure to infectious materials and bodily fluids.

With advanced production technology, FITONE gloves are made to the highest quality standards, ensuring maximum protection and comfort. We are proud to have received certifications that honor our commitment to producing the best gloves in the market.
Quality control is a top priority for us, and we take great care in ensuring that every pair of gloves meets our strict standards. Every peice of glove is tested rigorously to ensure that they meet the highest levels of quality, safety, and reliability, before they it can be packed and shipped to our customers.

Not only do we focus on producing top-quality gloves, but we also offer convenient delivery and complete after-sales service. Our team is dedicated to providing you with the support you need, from start to finish.

Sterile surgical gloves are a critical component in maintaining patient safety and preventing the spread of harmful microorganisms. With advanced production technology, certifications, convenient delivery, complete after-sales service, and strict quality control, we are confident that our gloves will exceed your expectations.

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How We Choose The Best Sterile Surgical Gloves

Surgical gloves play a critical role in ensuring the safety and well-being of patients during medical procedures. Sterile latex gloves are the most common type of gloves used in surgical settings due to their high level of sensitivity and dexterity. However, with so many options available, how do medical professionals determine which gloves are the best fit for their needs? In this article, we'll take a closer look at the factors to consider when selecting sterile latex surgical gloves.

Quality and Safety Standards

The first and most important factor to consider is the quality and safety of the gloves. Medical professionals should look for gloves that are certified by relevant regulatory bodies, to ensure that they meet strict quality and safety standards, such as EN455, ASTM D3577, ISO10282. Our factory has been certified with ISO9001, ISO13485, MDSAP and KGMP etc. It has been approved you can greatly count on our professional.

Comfort and Fit

Surgical gloves should fit snugly and comfortably to ensure maximum sensitivity and dexterity. Medical professionals should select gloves that are sized appropriately and provide enough room for movement without slipping or sliding during procedures.

Durability and Barrier Protection

Surgical gloves must provide a strong barrier between the patient and the healthcare provider to prevent cross-contamination. Medical professionals should look for gloves that are made from high-quality latex and are durable enough to withstand repeated use.

Allergen Considerations

Some people may have latex allergies, so it is important to choose gloves that are made from low-protein latex to reduce the risk of allergic reactions. FITONE latex surgical gloves with low-protein and limited powder, greatly reduce suffering from Type I allergies.


While quality and safety are the most important factors to consider, medical professionals should also consider the cost of the gloves. It's essential to choose gloves that offer the best combination of quality, comfort, and affordability. By dedicating itself to disposable rubber Latex medical gloves for around two decades, the group company knows how to control the cost without compromising the quality standards.
In conclusion, choosing the best sterile latex surgical gloves requires careful consideration of several factors. Medical professionals should look for gloves that meet strict quality and safety standards, are comfortable and fit well, provide effective barrier protection, take into account allergen considerations, and are cost-effective. By taking the time to select the right gloves, medical professionals can ensure that their patients receive the best possible care during medical procedures.

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How To Correct Use Sterile Surgical Gloves

Choose the proper glove size for you

Sterile gloves come in a wide range of sizes. These can vary by company. Try on several different pairs of sterile gloves until you find the right fit. Once you've found the right fit, you will have to discard the gloves you tried on and put a new, fully-sterile pair on. Feel for the following to identify when you have the right size for your hand:
  • Ability to move your hands comfortably
  • No friction on your skin
  • Little to no sweating
  • Little or no hand muscle fatigue

Remove your jewelry

Although not necessary, consider taking off any rings, bracelets or other jewelry on your hands. These could contaminate your gloves or make them difficult to put on and uncomfortable to wear. Removing your jewelry also minimizes the risk of your glove tearing.
  • Put your jewelry in a safe place where you can easily find it when you’re done with your gloves.

Wash your hands thoroughly

Before you touch your gloves or slide on your sterile gloves, wash your own hands. Lather up your hands with soap and water. Rub your hands under the water flow for at least 20 seconds. Rinse your hands and wrists thoroughly and then dry them.
  • Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if you don’t have soap and water.
  • Some types of sterile procedures require a different type of soap and a different amount of scrubbing type.

Keep your hands above your waist

Once you’re hands are thoroughly clean, avoid letting them fall below your waistline. Holding them above this level can minimize the risk of contaminating them. If your hands do fall below your waist, repeat the hand washing process before putting on your gloves.
  • Standing up may help keep your arms above your waist.

Open the sterile glove package

Inspect the package for rips, discoloring, or dampness, and discard if the package is compromised. Open the outer wrap of the pack. Make sure to open from top then bottom and then on the side. Remember, you only have a 1 inch margin you can touch. This will expose the sterile inner package that contains your gloves.
  • Note that sterile gloves also have a shelf-life. Before putting on your gloves, ensure that they're not expired.

Remove the inner wrap

Take out the inner wrap and place it on a clean surface. Make sure you can see both sterile gloves through the packaging to ensure that you’ve opened the package properly.

Pick up your dominant hand glove

Using the hand you don’t use to write, grab the glove for your dominant hand. Touch only the inside of the glove cuff (the side of the cuff that will be touching your skin). Putting on your dominant hand glove first can minimize the risk of ripping or contamination to the hand you’re likely using most.

Place the glove onto your dominant hand

pointing downward. Make sure your hands are not below the waist and above the shoulders to ensure the sterility. Then slide your dominant hand into the glove with your palm facing up and fingers open.
  • Remember to touch only the inside of the glove to prevent any potential contamination.
  • Make adjustments only once the other glove is on.

Slip on the second glove

Put the fingers of your gloved hand into the folded cuff of the other glove and lift it up. Keeping your second hand flat and palm facing up, place the glove over your fingers. Then pull the second glove over your hand.
  • Hold your gloved hand up to prevent touching your bare palm or wrist.

Adjust your gloves

Once both gloves are on, you can adjust them. Reach under the cuffed part of each glove to pull them up or make any other adjustments you may need. Do not reach between the skin and the cuff. Smooth each glove out on your hands. They should feel snug without cutting off your circulation or feeling uncomfortable.

Check the gloves for rips

Look over each hand and glove thoroughly. If you notice any visible rips, tears, or other issues, re-wash your hands and put on new gloves.

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Standard:  EN455, EN374, ASTM D6319,
Features:  Medical Grade, Textured Surface, Beaded Cuff
Packaging:  50 pairs/box,10 boxes/carton
Size:  XS, S, M, L, XL
Shelf-life:  5 years
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Size:  XS, S, M, L, XL
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More Information You Might Want To Know

  • How should you handle a tear or puncture in a sterile surgical glove?

    If a tear or puncture occurs in a sterile surgical glove, the glove should be removed immediately and the affected hand should be washed thoroughly. A new sterile glove should then be put on to replace the damaged one. This helps to reduce the risk of contamination and maintain the integrity of the surgical field.
  • Can you wear jewelry with sterile surgical gloves?

    No, it is not recommended to wear jewelry with sterile surgical gloves, as jewelry can create a risk of contamination or act as a source of bacteria. Rings, watches, and other forms of jewelry can also pose a risk of puncturing the gloves, reducing their effectiveness as a barrier to bacteria and other contaminants. It is best to remove all jewelry before putting on sterile surgical gloves.
  • How should sterile surgical gloves be disposed of?

    Sterile surgical gloves should be disposed of in accordance with the facility's infection control procedures and local regulations. They should be placed in a designated sharps container or other approved biohazard container for disposal. Disposing of gloves in this manner helps to reduce the risk of exposure to blood-borne pathogens and other hazardous materials.
  • How long can you wear sterile surgical gloves?

    The length of time that a surgeon can wear sterile surgical gloves depends on a variety of factors, including the type of procedure being performed, the amount of physical activity involved, and the surgeon's own level of comfort. On average, a surgeon can wear sterile surgical gloves for 2-3 hours.
  • How should sterile surgical gloves be stored?

    Sterile surgical gloves should be stored in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and sources of heat. They should also be stored in their original packaging until ready for use to maintain their sterilization.
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