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1. Cotton operating gown. Medical institutions are the most widely used and most dependent surgical clothes, although it has good air permeability, but the barrier protection function is poor. Cotton material is prone to floc shedding, so that the annual maintenance cost of hospital ventilation equipment will have a great burden.
2. High-density polyester fabric. This kind of fabric is mainly polyester fiber, and conductive material is embedded on the fabric surface, so that the fabric has a certain antistatic effect, so as to improve the comfort of the wearer. This kind of fabric has certain hydrophobicity, it is not easy to produce cotton deflocculation and high reuse rate. This kind of fabric has good bacteriostatic effect.
3. PE (polyethylene), TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane elastic rubber), PTFE (teflon) multi-layer laminating film composite operating clothes. The surgical gown has excellent protective performance and comfortable air permeability, which can effectively block the penetration of blood, bacteria and even viruses. But the popularity in China is not very wide.
4. (PP) Polypropylene spunbond cloth. Compared with traditional cotton gown, the appearance of the material because of its low cost, and has certain antibacterial, antistatic wait for an advantage, so it can be as the material of disposable gown, but the hydrostatic pressure resistance of the material is lower, and the barrier effect of viruses is poor, so only as a sterile surgical gown.
5. Polyester fiber and wood pulp composite water thorn cloth. It is generally used only as a material for disposable surgical gowns.
6. Polypropylene spunbond - melt-blown - spinning. Adhesive composite non-woven fabric (SMS or SMMS) : as a high-quality product of new composite materials, the material also has high hydrostatic pressure resistance after three resistance (anti-alcohol, anti-blood, anti-oil), anti-static and anti-bacterial treatment. SMS nonwovens are widely used at home and abroad to make high-grade surgical gowns.