Personal Protective Equipment

  • N95 Particulate Repirator, Foldable- by BYD Care - 20 masks per box
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  • KN95 Face Masks
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  • 3-Ply Disposable Face Masks
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  • 70% Alcohol Hand Sanitizing Gel
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  • Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer
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  • Kid's KN95 Face Masks (2 years +)
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  • Protective Face Shields
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  • Disposable Nitrile Gloves - Powder Free 100 pieces/box
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Protection Against Coronavirus

N95 respirators and surgical masks (face masks) are examples of personal protective equipment that are used to protect oneself from airborne particles and liquid that can enter the airways.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) all recommend wearing that medical personal wear PPE to protect against COVID-19.  While social distancing is key, for those who cannot avoid coming into contact with others, especially those working on the front lines, should have access to these masks to stay safe. The Journal Science reported a study that 86% of COVID cases overseas were not reported before travel restrictions were implemented, and concludes that undocumented infections were the infection source for 79% of documented cases. 1.

CDC recommends KN95 respirators ... approved under equivalent evaluation standards as the NIOSH-approved N95 respirators

"Other countries approve respirators for occupational use and approve respirators to these standards. These products are evaluated using some methods similar to those used by NIOSH, and some methods that are different, but are expected to protect HCPs. These respirators are expected to provide protection to workers. Those with equivalent or similar protection to NIOSH-approved respirators may be available to provide respiratory protection to workers exposed to harmful airborne particulate matter. These devices are expected to be suitable alternatives to provide protection during the COVID-19 response."

(March 17, 2020, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/...)

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