Description
USP 800 Compliant Barrier Gown (30 pack) (Small) - 815775-S

Our USP800 Compliant Barrier Gown is, Specially designed and tested gown for compliance with the USP800 recommended procedure for the handling of hazardous drugs. This gown is also suitable for use in critical and low particulate clean environments, exposure to bloodborne pathogens and many hazardous liquids, or where liquid splash is a concern. Features include tested and verified liquid proof taped seams, tunnelized elastic wrists, elastic thumb loop, Velcro neck loop closure and extra long coated waist ties for easy front (or rear) closure. 

Physical Properties:
The gown fabric is constructed from a blend of polyethylene and polypropylene into a unique multi-layer tested & verified hazardous drug  barrier. All gown serged seams are sealed with a proprietary co-polymer tape making the seams also a tested and verified hazardous drug barrier. Individually inspected for sizing, stitching and workmanship. 

ISO Cleanroom Class:     6    Helmke Drum Testing      IEST-RP-CC003.3
Sizes:                     Small / Medium / Large / X-Large
​Fabric Weight:                   60gm/m2
Test Results:
Per Independent lab testing against 12 hazardous drugs (details upon request). Hazardous Drug 27 to greater than 240 minutes.

Permeation: Garment seams included in test      ASTM D6978
Bloodborne Pathogens:     PASS      ASTM F1671
Grab Strength:  MD: 20.3 lbs, XD: 14.5 lbs  ASTM D751
Ball Burst:    20.3 lbs ASTM D3787
Puncture/Tear:  MD: 4.9 lbs,   XD: 5.8 lbs    ASTM D2582
Flammability:     Class 1 CPSC 1610
Color:
Blue gown with blue taped seams
Packaging:
Neatly folded and individually packed in vacuum sealed / USP800 labeled bags - 10 individual bags per sealed inner polybag, 3 inner polybags per sealed master bag, 30 pieces per case.


AS TODAY, MOST OF SUPPLIERS ARE TESTED FABRIC, BUT DON’T FORGET THAT MORE IMPORTANTLY ARE SEAM & TAPE JOINT TEST.

Each year, more than 8 million U.S. health care personnel are potentially exposed to hazardous drugs (HDS). The risk is obvious and can lead to serious health issues for you and/or your staff. Considering the potential impact on health and safety, the purpose of USP <800> is to define standards for handling HDs and to help promote patient, worker and environmental protection. It outlines proper requirements, such as:

  • All personnel handling or coming in contact with HDs
  • Facility and engineering controls
  • Deactivating, decontaminating and cleaning.

Also exceeds FDA NIOSH, OSHA, ASHP and ONS guidelines for exposure to chemotherapy drugs.