What’s the difference between isolation gown and coveralls?

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The isolation gown and coverall are typically worn in the medical sector as effective protective apparels to prevent microbes, germs from spreading. Healthcare practitioners know how these clothes can protect them while they work with patients who may have infections or other diseases that could be transferring onto another person’s skin cells (or even clothing).

Regarding to the isolation gown, it offers limited coverage: the front side, sleeves and the length of it is above the calf. The isolation gown normally leaves the back open. So, it could protect the wearer from the contamination on the front side and above the knee. People could adjust the fitting by the ties on waist and neck.

Regarding to the coveralls, it could provide full-body coverage, sometimes we even have the styles with both boots and hood. It could protect the wearer from head to toes, and from front to back. That makes it ideal for healthcare staffs working on the front lines of treating COVID-19 patients.

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