The popular image of a pharmacist or pharmacy technician may include a lab coat, gloves and a face mask. Each of these are critical pieces of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for the pharmacy environment to ensure staff and patients are protected. Depending on the type of work being performed, PPE selection may include:
A fluid resistant lab apparel such as a lab coat, lab jacket, or lab gown
Medical grade disposable Gloves, typically Nitrile or Latex material should be worn whenever handling a patients’ prescription or compounding medicines, even in small quantities.
Pharmacy face mask options range from lightweight procedure face masks to N95 respirators that provide effective protection against aerosol particles
Safety, quality, and professionalism are the qualities your business reflects to your customers with each transaction. Assure those qualities on both sides of the counter with Tronex’s award-winning line of advanced-quality examination gloves and disposable protective apparel relied upon for decades by the finest pharmacies, compounding, and healthcare systems across the country.
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