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Fentanyl: Are Your Hands Properly Protected?

by mdsassociates
Sat, Jan 26th 2019 10:00 am

Fentanyl has emerged as the most dangerous of a group of drugs blamed for creating a U.S. public health crisis. Relatively easy and inexpensive to manufacture, the drug is turning up more on the streets as dealers strive to meet still enormous demand for opioids in the U.S.

The fatal potential of even glancing contact with this drug can cause deadly reactions and this scenario is causing major safety concerns for Emergency Personnel first on the scene. 

Law enforcement officers, emergency medical technicians and first responders have been warned to handle fentanyl with extreme caution; some have fallen seriously ill after getting it on their skin or clothing. For paramedics, emergency medical technicians, police officers, firefighters, rescuers, and other trained members who are first on the scene, we have fentanyl-resistant disposable gloves designed to  protect you!

When you get that call and it's time to race to the scene be sure to properly protect yourself and your staff with the proper hand protection! Rugged, tactile and certified to resist fentanyl, our gloves have some of the highest breakthrough times in the industry!

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