Medical protective clothing refers to the protective clothing used by medical personnel (doctors, nurses, public health personnel, cleaning personnel, etc.) and people who enter specific medical health areas (such as patients, hospital visitors, people who enter the infected areas, etc.). Its role is to isolate germs, harmful ultra-fine dust, acid and alkaline solution, electromagnetic radiation, etc., to ensure the safety of personnel and keep the environment clean.
According to the purpose and use of the occasion can be divided into: daily work clothes, surgical clothing, isolation clothing and protective clothing.
Daily work clothes refer to the white coat worn by medical staff in their daily work, also known as the white coat.
A surgical gown is a specially designed garment worn in the operating room.
Quarantine clothing refers to the clothing worn by medical staff on occasions such as contacting patients and family members visiting patients.
Protective clothing refers to the clothing worn by people in special areas such as medical emergency, entering infectious diseases area and electromagnetic radiation area.