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Infection Prevention

Protected from head to toe

Infection Prevention

It's more important than ever for clinicians to be equipped with proper protective apparel and hand hygiene training. Following best practices for hand hygiene is the first critical step in preventing the spread of Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs) among patients and visitors. And, used appropriately, the right gloves, gowns, and masks greatly reduce the spread of HAIs, as well as protect healthcare workers from contamination and infections.

 Spotlight

Chemotherapy Solutions

Halyard offers some of the most extensively chemo-tested gloves and gowns available—far more than indicated for most competitive gowns and gloves.

Protective Apparel

The right protection for the procedure

Medical Exam Gloves

Nitrile Exam Gloves for use throughout the facility

PPE Dispensing System

Protection that follows your lead

EMS Solutions

Protective safety equipment designed for First Responders 

COVID-19 Notification

HALYARD* N95 respirators are labelled as single use.  The respirators are designed to be disposable and should be removed and discarded after exiting the patient’s room or care area and closing the door.  We are aware that the CDC has published a guidance document that recommends practices for extended use and limited reuse of NIOSH-certified N95 filtering facepiece respirators (commonly called “N95 respirators”). The recommendations are intended for use by professionals who manage respiratory protection programs in healthcare institutions to protect health care workers from job-related risks of exposure to infectious respiratory illnesses.

COVID-19 Notification

HALYARD* N95 respirators are labelled as single use.  The respirators are designed to be disposable and should be removed and discarded after exiting the patient’s room or care area and closing the door.  We are aware that the CDC has published a guidance document that recommends practices for extended use and limited reuse of NIOSH-certified N95 filtering facepiece respirators (commonly called “N95 respirators”). The recommendations are intended for use by professionals who manage respiratory protection programs in healthcare institutions to protect health care workers from job-related risks of exposure to infectious respiratory illnesses.