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#500218 Urocare “High-Quality” Latex Finger Cots, Small 18mm

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Finger Cots are are typically used by home heath care givers, kitchen
workers and others to cover cuts and open wounds while working, in
order to prevent infection and the spread of disease. They are very
useful for keeping bandages on an injured finger, especially
for activities like typing. They can also be used by
massage therapists to prevent massage lotions
or oils from entering small cuts or abrasions on
the fingers. Finger cots are especially important
in areas of manufacturing during handling of small parts
or components to prevent contamination by humans or where
only protection of the fingers is necessary.

These finger cots are tissue thin, but super tough. A “high-quality”,
white latex assures a smooth finish, good sensitivity and a perfect fit.
The best test for good finger cots is that wearing them is like wearing nothing at all. They are also used to keep moisture and dirt out of skin abrasions, cuts or stitches on the fingers.

PRODUCT DETAILS:
SPECIFICATION DESCRIPTION
REF/ITEM # 500218
FDA UDI #
00792293502186
CONTENTS 144 (1 Gross) Finger Cots
ITEM SIZE Small, 18mm DIA. (Ø)
CAPACITY N/A
STERILITY NON-STERILE
LATEX CONTENT Contains Latex
OTHER Dispenser box
PACKAGED Box (BX) – 1 Gross per box
PACKAGE SIZE 3.18" x 1.56" x 4" (8cm x 4cm x 10cm)
WEIGHT 0.15 lbs. (0.07 Kg)
AVAILABILITY This is typically a stocked item

Finger Cot

Finger Cots on Hand

Approximate dimensions in millimeters(mm).


Use and care instructions may be available in multiple
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