How to Put on and Remove Gloves

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How to put on and remove gloves
By the end of these steps you will be able to properly put on gloves as well as remove them. This will be necessary in order to keep the gloves sterile and your hands clean. 1) Things you will need a. Soap b. Water c. Paper towels d. Latex or non-latex gloves
*If allergic to Latex be sure to use non-latex gloves in order to prevent allergic reactions. In case of allergic reaction wash hands completely and change to non-latex gloves. If allergic reaction is sever then visit the doctor immediately. 2) Washing hands a. Rinse hands with warm water b. Wash hands completely with soap and water c. Dry hands with paper towels

I. Part one: Putting Gloves on 1. Remove a glove from its original box

2. Touch only at the top edge of the cuff

3. Slide glove on to hand

4. Take the second glove with the bare hand, again only touching it at the cuff

5. In order to keep the skin from touching the forearm with gloved hand, turn the outside surface of the glove and cover fingers of the gloves hand, then slide the glove on to the second hand.

*Once both gloves are on, be sure not to touch anything except for what is meant to be touched or else gloves will become unsterile.
II. Removing Gloves 1. Extend one hand (hold it out straight) and pinch the glove at the wrist , lift up ,making sure you do not touch the skin of the forearm, peel glove off , turning it inside out.

2. Hold the glove that has been removed with the gloved hand, and slide fingers of the hand without gloves under the glove at the wrist. Roll down the glove flipping it inside out.

3. The first glove should be inside the second one at this point

4. Dispose of the gloves

*Do not reuse the gloves, dispose of them, and if they have to come to use once more, use new gloves.…...

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