Left and right-fitted gloves

March 1, 1998
SS White Burs, Inc. recommends left- and right-fitted gloves because they are made on anatomically correct formers, they are hand-specific and allow for greater blood flow.

SS White Burs, Inc. recommends left- and right-fitted gloves because they are made on anatomically correct formers, they are hand-specific and allow for greater blood flow.

Ambidextrous gloves are said to be more restrictive and fight the natural position of the hands.

Fitted gloves are the recommended glove for long procedures. Textured palm and fingers enhance your ability to grip and hold, even in a wet environment. Eight sizes are available and they are manufactured to surgical-glove standards. They come lightly powdered with USDA-approved corn starch; or in a chlorinated, powder-free version.

Call SS White Burs, Inc. at (908) 905-1100 for details.

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