Latex Gloves - 100 ct by MONOGRAM - One size fits most

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Why do we need gloves?

Disposable medical gloves are essential PPE used to protect the wearer and/or the patient from the spread of infection during examinations and procedures.

Medical-grade non-sterile examination gloves and sterile surgical gloves are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as Class I reserved medical devices. They can be made from natural rubber latex, nitrile, polyvinyl chloride (vinyl) and other synthetics, or polyethylene (plastic).


How should gloves be used?

The CDC generally recommends that two pairs of gloves be worn, so that a heavily soiled outer glove can be safely removed and replaced during patient care to avoid self-contamination. However, as hospitals nationwide experience shortages, one pair of gloves is acceptable. For the general public, experts recommend using frequent hand-washing and good hand hygiene instead of gloves.

  • Medical exam grade, ideal for first aid, health care, pet care, etc.
  • Ambidextrous design to fit either hand with rolled rim for easy opening, quick donning and fast removal
  • Highly elastic and super soft
  • Textured in fingertips for enhanced grip
  • Powder Free
  • Disposable
  • One size fits most


Vinyl Gloves - 100 ct VALU+PLUS UPC: 758108674134
Latex Gloves - 100 ct MONOGRAM UPC: 758108664142
Nitrile Glove - 100 ct SYSCO UPC: 734730431611


Healthcare Disclaimer:

All of our Gloves (Vinyl, Latex, Nitrile) are FDA approved for medical use, providing effective barrier against dirt and germs for surgery and other medical procedures. The gloves are made from durable, puncture resistant vinyl, latex or nitrile with a special formulation to give a natural rubber-like feel in stretch, tactile sensitivity and performance. Latex-free gloves avoid allergic reactions and skin irritation in users or patients. Powder-free leaves no residue, helping to reduce the spread of bacteria, irritation and dermatitis.

Protect Your Loved Ones from COVID-19 now!


How to Properly Wear a Facemask for COVID-19

Watch Dr. Rabeeh tutorial on how to improve the fit of your surgical mask with better protection during Covid-19.

Wash & Scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds

Follow Five Steps to Wash Your Hands the Right Way Wet your hands with clean, running water (warm or cold), turn off the tap, and apply soap. Lather your hands by rubbing them together with the soap. Lather the backs of your hands, between your fingers, and under your nails. Scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds.

Wear Gloves when needed

Follow precautions listed on the disinfectant product label, which may include - wearing gloves (reusable or disposable) and having good ventilation by turning on a fan or opening a window to get fresh air into the room you’re cleaning. Wash your hands after you have removed the gloves.

Guidelines and recommendations for glove use in healthcare and work settings will differ from recommendations for the general public.

Goggles & Face Shield

Healthcare workers are at risk for infection when droplets from infected patients are exposed to their mucus membranes. If you are providing care to someone who is sick at home or in another non-healthcare setting. Wear a Face Shield or Goggles to protect yourself from direct splatter.

Other ways to protect yourself & your families

COVID-19 is a respiratory virus and is mainly spread through droplets created when a person who is infected coughs, sneezes, or talks. You can protect yourself by keeping social distance (at least 6 feet) from others and washing your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds (or using a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol) at key times, and practicing everyday preventive actions.

Wash your hand. Stay Safe!

Donations Made

We are working with various organizations and fundraisers to provide PPE supplies that have been donated to hospitals, nursing homes, urgent care clinics, first responders, other essential workers, and any community in dire need of supplies during this time. The PPE are distributed to various regions throughout the US, assisting both West and East Coast regions that are affected by the pandemic.

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