With high levels of flexibility, protection, and comfort, disposable latex gloves are suitable for most medical
environments - as long as latex allergies are not an issue.
Vinyl gloves are made from PVC, a petroleum-based film. The primary benefit of vinyl disposable gloves is that
they're inexpensive to manufacture. That being said, they are less durable than latex and nitrile, and they offer limited
protection against chemical or biomedical exposure. When vinyl gloves are stretched or flexed, the individual molecules
separate and the integrity of the protective barrier is compromised. Vinyl gloves have also raised a red flag in terms of
their environmental impact, as noted by Health & Safety International.
Due to their low cost and low protection levels, vinyl gloves are commonly used in non-hazardous and low-infection
Nitrile gloves came to prominence in the 1990s as a leading latex alternative. While they're not as elastic or
flexible as their latex counterparts, disposable nitrile gloves are notably more durable and resistant to chemicals. As such,
these gloves are the ideal choice for anyone who has to handle potentially hazardous and corrosive chemicals. They are also
perfectly suited for most medical environments, being exceptionally puncture-resistant and eliminating the risk of latex
Understanding these key differences will help you make the right decision when selecting new exam gloves for your
organization's unique medical environment. And except these gloves, considering the price and the performance,
Synthetic Nitrile Gloves are also pretty popular.
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