Bulk Medical Gowns
Get bulk medical gowns online with NavMed Supply. Fill out a form, email or call to get in touch.
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In order to provide wholesale medical gown pricing, orders placed must be minimum 10,000+ in quantity.
Medical Isolation Gowns:
Medical isolation gowns are used when there is a risk level of contamination that is from low to high risk. Gowns are regulated and approved by the FDA and provide liquid barrier protection in accordance with the level of the gown. Gowns provide protection for a majority of the body.
Medical gowns are especially necessary for workers in the healthcare industry who have higher rates of exposure to positive COVID-19 cases.
Our inventory of isolation gowns includes AAMI Levels 1-4:
Level 1 (Minimal Risk) – Used for basic care, standard isolation, cover gown for visitors, or in a standard medical unit.
Level 2 (Low Risk) – Used for blood drawing, suturing, the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), or a pathology lab.
Level 3 (Moderate Risk) – Used for arterial blood draw, inserting IV, Emergency Room, or for trauma cases.
Level 4 (High Risk) – Used during long fluid intense procedures, surgery, or when pathogen resistance is required/ infectious diseases are known to be in the area.
Wholesale Medical Gowns FAQs
What types of gowns are recommended for patients with COVID-19?
The CDC advises that using nonsterile, disposable isolation gowns are appropriate for use by patients who have a confirmed or possible case of COVID-19.
How do bulk medical gown orders work?
Our sales rep will work with you to determine your needs and get the best prices.
Do I have to order in bulk, or can I just buy one medical gown?
In order to offer the best prices, NavMed Supply only ships bulk medical gown orders.
What are the advantages of medical gowns in comparison to coveralls?
Medical gowns are easier for putting on and removing. Additionally, their common usage amongst healthcare professionals makes them a more familiar option which can make them more likely to be used correctly. Coveralls can also add additional levels of heat stress since they add an additional layer of clothing to healthcare professionals, while the design of gowns can contribute to the reduced levels of heat stress.
How should users put on and remove their gowns in a sanitary way?
It is crucial that users practice proper hand hygiene before and after using PPE. The CDC advises that this can be done through the use of hand sanitizer that’s at least 60% alcohol, or through washing hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and water.
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