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PPE Supplies For Healthcare Industries

The Supplies Healthcare Facilities Need to Protect Others

When COVID-19 began spreading across the US, healthcare facilities were quickly overwhelmed and quickly became undersupplied. Medical masks, gloves, and gowns are a crucial component of facilities’ ability to provide adequate care and protection for their patients and healthcare workers. At Nationwide Medical Supply, we stepped up to the challenge, and we’re here to offer hospitals, clinics and other healthcare facilities the PPE supplies they need to do their jobs. We are committed to ensuring that your facility is never running low on the equipment and supplies required, as well as providing affordable prices and fast delivery. Because we know that the more efficiently you can do your job, the better care you are providing. Shop with Nationwide Medical Supply today.

Choose Nationwide Medical Supply For Affordable, Reliable, High-Quality PPE Supplies

When it comes to protecting your staff and patients, we know that you need a reliable supply of PPE that is affordable and high-quality. Nationwide Medical Supply is committed to providing the very best customer service and PPE supplies for your healthcare facility.

Affordable

In addition to fair prices on all of our products, we also consistently offer hospitals and clinics discounts on PPE to help you save money. We also offer bulk pricing so that your facility can always have what you need on-hand.

Fast Delivery

There’s nothing worse than realizing you’re running low on face masks, hospital gowns, or hand sanitizer. When hospitals and clinics order PPE with us, they can rest assured knowing that we will do everything we can to get them the supplies they need. And if you’re in the Denver, CO, area, we offer local contactless pickup.

Customer Service

We have dedicated account managers who will always be there to help ensure that you get the right type of supplies for your facility as well as the right amount. We can help you determine how much to order, how frequently, and we’ll work with you as your needs change.

Quality

Having reliable, durable, FDA-approved PPE supplies for COVID-19 is crucial when providing healthcare to patients and working to prevent the spread of the virus. We take pride in offering our clients products and equipment that your staff can trust.

Nationwide Medical Supply Strives to be Your Source For PPE Supplies

From Dental Offices to Nursing Homes to Emergency Room Centers

Even though healthcare facilities are facing uncertain times and dire circumstances due to COVID-19, healthcare workers have truly come together to fight this virus and to do what they can to provide exceptional care for their patients. With guidelines issued from the CDC, facilities are able to maintain a high level of care whether it’s an ER or an imaging center.

Here Are Some Basic Guidelines For Your Healthcare Facility to Follow in Order to Provide the Best Care Possible

Conduct Health Screenings Upon Entering

Ensure that all patients, staff, and visitors coming into the facility are screened for COVID-19-related symptoms. Ask everyone if they have experienced fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath, headache, body aches, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, or loss of taste or smell. Take each person’s temperature as well with a non-contact infrared thermometer.

Provide Hand Sanitizer and Masks

Ask everyone to use hand sanitizer when entering the facility. Provide a non-contact dispenser with sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Patients, staff, and visitors will often have their own face masks but facilities should have a supply on hand in the event that someone does not have one or has forgotten theirs.

Offer Telehealth Services Whenever Possible

Healthcare providers can offer telehealth services when health care does not need to be provided in-person, such as general consultations. This will allow facilities to triage patients or provide advice and guidance while limiting contact and exposure.

Maintain Awareness of Local COVID-19 Cases

Keep in close communication with other healthcare facilities in the area so that information regarding the number of confirmed cases is shared with everyone. Note the severity of the illness as well, from mild to moderate, severe, and critical. This can help facilities prepare to have adequate PPE supplies and equipment on hand.

Track Available PPE Supplies Using a PPE Burn Rate Calculator

The CDC offers a PPE Burn Rate Calculator so that facilities can document how much of certain PPE supplies are on hand and how much is used per day in order to determine how many supplies and of which type need to be ordered. Consistent documentation can ensure that there is never a shortage of supplies.

Maintain Social Distancing Whenever Possible

It is often necessary for healthcare workers to be in close contact with patients; however, whenever possible, patients and staff should remain six feet apart to prevent exposure. Facilities can mark the floor with signs that show where to stand and direct the flow of traffic, as well as post signs on walls and doors with reminders to socially distance themselves.

Medical Masks:
N95 Masks & KN95 Masks

N95 Masks

Nationwide Medical Supply offers four different types of N95 masks for your protection, which includes 3M, Moldex, TruAir, and Makrite masks.

KN95 Face Mask

Provide healthcare workers with comfortable, breathable protection. Our medical-grade KN95 masks offer protection against non-oil based particles.

Everyone entering a healthcare facility should wear a face covering at all times, whether they’re a medical worker, a patient, or a visitor. However, it is especially important for medical workers to wear a mask that offers the highest level of protection.

Face masks are used in order to prevent the spread of respiratory droplets when people are talking, sneezing, or coughing.

Healthcare personnel, including nurses, assistants, technicians, students, pharmacists, etc., are required to wear a face mask that covers their nose and mouth at all times.

An N95 or KN95 face mask should be worn rather than a simple cloth face covering, as these do not offer reliable protection.

Workers should avoid touching the outside of the mask and if adjustments are needed, they should apply hand sanitizer immediately after.

Non-Medical Masks:
3-Ply Face Masks and Children’s 3-Ply Face Masks

3-Ply Face Mask

Durable, breathable, and comfortable, these masks offer protection for non-medical personnel such as patients without severe health conditions and visitors.

Children’s 3-Ply Face Mask

These child-sized masks are soft and comfortable, making it easy to protect children from dust, pollen, gases, or viruses.

The children’s and adult 3-ply face masks from Nationwide Medical Supply come in boxes of 50 masks and are for civilian use only.

According to the CDC, children who are two years of age and older should wear a mask under the same circumstances as adults. In public environments such as healthcare facilities, it is crucial that everyone follows best practices regarding wearing a face mask, including avoiding touching the mask, disposing of the mask after it has been soiled, and following proper hand hygiene practices when removing and replacing a mask.

If patients or visitors arrive at a healthcare facility without a mask, the facility should have an adequate supply of additional masks for them to use.

Gloves:
Nitrile and Latex Gloves

Nitrile Gloves

Perfect for those with allergies to latex, nitrile gloves offer greater chemical resistance, are tear-and puncture-resistant, and are very versatile.

Latex Gloves

Latex gloves are comfortable, flexible, provide natural chemical resistance, and are FDA-approved for medical use.

Healthcare workers are often in situations where wearing gloves is required and will ensure the greatest amount of protection for themselves and the patients being cared for. Gloves should be worn during examinations, surgery, taking blood, or when there could be a chance of coming in contact with blood or bodily fluids. Wearing gloves will prevent the transmission of infectious agents.

Sanitizers:
Hand Sanitizer and Dispensing Stations

Hand Sanitizer

Nationwide Medical Supply carries a variety of options for hand sanitizer containers, including Wish Hand Sanitizer 3.38 oz containers and gel hand sanitizer in 8 oz, 16 oz, or one-gallon containers.

Dispensing Stations

We offer two hand sanitizer dispensers: a wall-mounted dispenser and a standing station.

Whether your facility needs small 3.38 oz containers for individual use or larger hand sanitizer dispensers for restrooms, exam rooms, or entryways, Nationwide Medical Supply has what you need.

Hand sanitizer is a crucial PPE supply for healthcare facilities to have on hand for when handwashing with soap and water is not possible. Placing automatic wall-mounted dispensers near check-in areas, inside patient rooms, and spaces that are far away from restrooms to make hand hygiene simple and effective. Automatic dispensers offer contact-free hand hygiene to avoid the spread of germs and viruses. Standing dispensers are perfect for entryways in order to remind everyone to sanitize before entering.

Our gel hand sanitizer comes in either 72% or 80% alcohol with either a mountain fresh or lemon scent. Gel hand sanitizer can quickly eliminate germs but won’t dry out users’ hands when used repeatedly. Even though hand sanitizer is an effective way to kill germs and viruses, it should not be a replacement for regular handwashing with soap and water.

Gowns:
Level 1 and 2 Disposable Gowns

Level 1 Disposable Gown

These are used for minimal risk situations for basic care, standard isolation, a cover for visitors, or in standard medical units.

Level 1 & 2 Disposable Gown

Use these gowns for low-risk situations such as drawing blood, suturing, in the Intensive Care Unit, or a pathology lab.

According to the CDC, OSHA requires employers to provide healthcare workers with PPE supplies, including disposable PPE such as gowns. When reusable gowns are available, they need to be cleaned and laundered after each use. Gowns should be used when there is a risk of the arms being contaminated; they should fully cover the torso, have long sleeves that fit around the wrists, and fit comfortably around the body.

These isolation gowns from Nationwide Medical Supply are made from multi-ply material with side ties to make donning the gown easier. The gowns are knee-high with close-fitting hems at the wrists. They are one-size-fits-all and come in packs of 10 or 100.

Shop With Us Today For the Greatest Protection For Staff and Patients

Nationwide Medical Supply is committed to working closely with you whether you’re a hospital, dental clinic, chiropractor, or pediatric office. We know what it takes to provide the trustworthy service and PPE supplies that you need. If you need help placing an order, have questions about minimum order quantities, warranties, or delivery options, please get in touch with us today.

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