Amadex Latex Natural Rubber Gloves

Amadex Nitrile Power Free Exmanination Gloves

Medical gloves form part of the personal protective equipment that are used during medical procedures and examinations to ensure that the spreading of germs and infections do not occur between medical practitioners and patients. Medical gloves should not be re-used in health-care settings; therefore, they are disposable.

Medical gloves are made of various polymers including latex, nitrile rubber, polyvinyl chloride, and neoprene; they could either be non-powdered or powdered with corn-starch to provide a coating of lubrication that makes them easier to put on and take off. Nitrile gloves are much more resistant than Vinyl gloves in terms of their elasticity and mechanical resistance – where Vinyl gloves tend to break easier and are less sensitive than Nitrile.



  • Ideal for protection against germs
  • Disposable for single use
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to put on and remove

Amadex Latex Natural Rubber Gloves

Latex – (the most popular glove material) is biodegradable and friendly to our environment. Latex gloves are the most elastic, durable, and fitting type of glove material. This ensures that the wearer has the capability to be more responsive, tactile, and experience greater comfort, which makes it perfect for the medical, food service, auto repair, and other essential industries.

Amadex Nitrile Power Free Exmanination Gloves

Nitrile – made from a synthetic material called nitrile butadiene rubber – making them an alternative for people with latex allergies. Nitrile powder-free gloves have a longer shelf life and are three times more resilient to rips and tears than latex gloves.

Features of Nitrile (Medical grade) gloves:

  • Are puncture-resistant
  • Are hypo-allergenic
  • Have a comfortable fit
  • Can be worn over long periods of time
  • Are resistant to many chemicals
  • Have a long shelf life
  • Work well in many circumstances where infectious droplets may be present
  • Lower resistance to friction




  1. Wash hands before putting on medical gloves
  2. Wear medical gloves to reduce the transmission of infections, germs, and other contaminations
  3. Change gloves between tasks that involve contact with bodily fluids and contaminated surfaces or environments.
  4. Ensure that the glove has a proper fit with no room for germs to enter
  5. Change gloves if they rip or have a tear
  6. Wash hands thoroughly with soap and/or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer
  1. Re-use medical gloves
  2. Re-use the same pair of gloves from one patient to another
  3. Share used medical gloves with others
  4. Touch your face when wearing gloves
  5. Forget to dispose of gloves properly