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Gloves help keep your hands clean and lessen your chance of getting germs that can make you sick. Wear gloves every time you touch blood, bodily fluids, bodily tissues, mucous membranes, or broken skin. You should wear gloves for this sort of contact, even if a patient seems healthy and has no signs of any germs.
Disposable gloves can reduce the spread of infection and protect someone who is going out in public by keeping their hands clean, dry and germ free. If someone chooses to wear gloves in public it is vital they do not touch their face, phone or any surfaces they do not need to and remove the gloves correctly.
It is important to wear gloves when working with hazardous chemicals and other materials because they protect our hands from infection and contamination. Protective gloves should be selected on the basis of the hazards involved. Nitrile gloves protect against most chemicals and infectious agents.
Gloves provide an essential layer of barrier protection against direct contact with infectious agents that are transmitted during exposure to blood, saliva, contaminated objects and surfaces.