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XCEED Nitrile Examination Gloves

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XCEED nitrile exam gloves are made with an advanced proprietary nitrile formulation Avantex to reduce muscle effort associated with hand fatigue. 1st certified ergonomic examination glove Up to 60% stronger than leading nitrile brands and up to 90% stronger than leading latex brands Setting the standard with pinhole rates that are nearly 75% below the already stringent level set by the FDA Material: Nitrile (latex free) Type: Nonsterile Color: Blue Shape: Ambidextrous Cuff: Beaded Glove Exterior: Textured fingertips Glove Interior: Powder free, chlorinated

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XCEED Nitrile Examination Gloves - Powder Free, Latex Free, Blue, 250/Box - Extra Large
Sku# XC-310-XL
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XCEED Nitrile Examination Gloves - Powder Free, Latex Free, Blue, 250/Box - Extra Small
Sku# XC-310-XS
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XCEED Nitrile Examination Gloves - Powder Free, Latex Free, Blue, 250/Box - Large
Sku# XC-310-L
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FDA Bans Powdered Exam and Surgical Gloves

If you’re using powdered gloves in your office, you’ll have to stop using them by January 18 th . The FDA has issued a new rule banning powdered exam gloves declaring that they “present an unreasonable and substantial risk of illness or injury”. The FDA rule specifically states, “The use of powder on medical gloves presents numerous risks to patients and health care workers, including inflammation, granulomas, and respiratory allergic reactions.” There are plenty of viable non-powdered alternatives, the FDA says. In fact, check out some of those options here .  What if you’re...

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Best Product: Microflex XCEED and Microflex Neogard

Two exam gloves that can help solve the problem of hand fatigue among dental professionals.   Hand fatigue, which can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome, is com-mon among dental professionals. In studies conducted recently, over 50% of dental professionals reported hand fatigue, and 65% of dental hygienists said they had carpal tunnel syndrome. It’s the prolonged muscle exertion associated with the work of dentistry that leads to hand fatigue, followed by pain and injury. When left unchecked, the result is lost productivity in the practice and increased medical costs for you and your staff. One solution to the...

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