How to remove contaminated gloves safely

Knowing basic first aid equips you with skills to handle a medical emergency and stays safe. When caring for someone, you can be exposed to blood or other potentially infectious body fluids. While the risk of contracting a disease is very low, it is wise to take simple measures to avoid exposure in the first place. Remember, the top most priority is to make sure you stays safe.

Reducing exposure lowers the chance of infection. Standard precautions is a set of protective practices used whether or not an infection is suspected. To be effective, your approach is same for everyone, regardless of relationship or age.

Personal protective equipment (PPEs) describes protective barriers worn to prevent exposure to infectious diseases.

Disposable gloves are the most commonly used protective barrier. Make sue they are readily available, and always use them. Inspect gloves for damage or tears when you put them on. If damaged, replace them immediately. After providing care, always remove contaminated gloves carefully to avoid any contact with blood or any infectious fluids.

How to remove contaminated gloves safely

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About Faisal Javed Mir

Faisal Javed Mir is Occupational Health and Safety Professional, having 15+ years of profound experience in training and consultancy. He has knowledge, skills, experience, tools, proven history and confidence to deliver what is required by the valued clients. He is teaching First Aid since 2006 and certified by MEDIC First Aid International of United States for many first aid certification programs. He is the only Instructor-Trainer by MEDIC First Aid and American Health and Safety Institute (ASHI) in Pakistan.
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