The right protection for the procedure
Halyard brings you more new apparel choices than ever, to keep you protected and comfortable while you keep your patients safe.
This year, Halyard is adding dozens of new codes in surgical gowns, lab wear, scrubs and other protective apparel to our portfolio. Soon, you’ll have options in level of protection, features and price points that will allow you to standardize on the Halyard quality your team prefers in virtually every apparel category.
Six New Isolation and Cover Gowns are Now Shipping
Three new gowns are now available in two size codes each. All feature rapid, over-the-head donning; thumb hooks for a secure fit under gloves; and an open-back design to keep the wearer cooler without sacrificing protection in front. Come back often to see what’s new as the 2019 Apparel Expansion rolls on!
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Gear Up for The Fight with HALYARD* Chemo Gowns
There is no safe level of exposure to cytotoxic drugs. That’s why we test our Chemo 360* Gowns and HALYARD* Procedure Gowns for Chemotherapy Use against 52 chemo drugs2 while our competitors test against 11 or fewer. Unlike some manufacturers, Halyard tests not just the fabric, but the entire gown for resistance to permeation, including the sleeves and seams. Both our gowns meet the
New AORN-Compliant COVER MAX* Surgical Caps
Made with our proprietary, breathable fabric that wicks moisture away from the head, COVER MAX* and COVER MAX* with Capture* Technology for longer hair absorb almost four times their own weight in moisture. And they meet AORN Guidelines for a head cover that “confines all hair and completely covers the scalp skin, sideburns and nape of the neck”3 to help prevent SSIs caused by microorganisms shed from the hair and neck.
- For the full list of chemotherapy drugs tested, visit www.gearupforthefight.com
- USP General Chapter <800> Hazardous Drugs – Handling in Healthcare Settings, United States Pharmacoepial Convention, USP40-NF35. Second Supplement (2017). www.usp.org
- Association of PeriOperative Registered Nurses, AORN Guideline for Surgical Attire, 2018, p.2. https://aornguidelines.org/guidelines?bookid=2260