In medical rescue, medical staff will inevitably come into contact with the patient's blood and body fluid, which may carry various pathogens such as HBV (hepatitis B virus), HCV (hepatitis C virus) and HIV (AIDS virus).

As a medical shielding fabric, surgical gowns mainly focus on barrier properties. Barrier properties include the ability to prevent penetration of liquids and microorganisms.

The correct use of disposable surgical gowns:

1. Put both hands into armholes. Hold the gown away from the body, and allow it to unfold completely;

2. Slip both hands and forearms into armholes and sleeves, keep hands at shoulder level and away from the body;

3. The circulating nurse should pull the gown over shoulders, touching only the inside of the gown;

4. When open glove donning, pull cuff to thumb level; When closed, push the hands to the edge of the cuff;

5. Arrange hook and loop fixation;

6. Tie the inner belt of the gown;

7. After gloving, grasp the belt card with both hands, separate the left outer belt from the belt card and keep the belt in the left hand;

8. Hand the belt card to the circulating nurse, then make a three fourth turn to the left while the circulating nurse extends the outer belt to its full length;

9. Retrieve the outer belt by pulling it out of the belt card held by the circulating nurse and tie it together with the other outer belt on the left hand side;

10. After being tied up, the sterile surgical gown is also worn, and the operation can be performed at this time.