Microflex E-Grip Latex Exam Gloves


Latex Gloves


Learn about Ansell Microflex E-Grip Latex Exam Gloves

Microflex E-Grip Latex Exam Gloves by Ansell are textured, non-sterile gloves for medical use. A beaded cuff promotes easy application and removal. E-Grip latex exam gloves provide secure gripping and tactile sensitivity for healthcare professionals. Powder-Free. Textured fingers. Silicone-Free.

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Looking for a latex exam glove that provides a great grip? Look no further than the Microflex E-Grip! This glove comes in five different sizes, so you can find the perfect fit for you. It's also powder-free and non-sterile, making it ideal for a variety of medical applications.


What is the difference between medical-grade nitrile gloves and nitrile gloves?

Medical-grade nitrile gloves offer more protection during surgeries and other exposure-heavy environments than regular nitrile gloves.

What's the difference between powdered and powder-free nitrile gloves?

Powdered gloves have cornstarch in them. Powder-free gloves (Microflex E-Grip Latex Exam Gloves) do not have cornstarch and tend to cause less skin irritation.

What are latex examination gloves used for?

Microflex E-Grip Latex Exam Gloves protect against blood and fluid exposure. They are used in a variety of medical and non-medical situations.

Which is better, nitrile or latex?

Choosing between nitrile and Microflex E-Grip Latex Exam Gloves comes down to the use of the glove, and whether or not the person has an allergy to latex. Each glove has its strengths and weaknesses.

Why are nitrile gloves blue?

Nitrile gloves are typically blue to help healthcare workers distinguish between latex (Microflex E-Grip Latex Exam Gloves) and non-latex gloves.

When should you not wear nitrile gloves?

Nitrile gloves do not protect against heat or electric shock and should not be worn when interacting with those elements.

Are nitrile gloves food safe?

Nitrile gloves are food safe and often are the go-to choice for sanitary purposes.

Are nitrile gloves latex-free?

Nitrile gloves are latex-free and safe to use with patients who have latex allergies.

Why do they put powder in medical gloves?

Cornstarch powder has been put in medical gloves to help absorb hand moisture.

Do hospitals still use powdered gloves?

As of January 2017, those working in hospitals no longer wear powdered gloves.