Protexis® PI Blue with Neu-Thera® Surgical Gloves

Sterile polyisoprene, powder-free surgical gloves with Neu-Thera® Emollient Coating can be worn as a foundational layer when double-gloving.

Product Description

Protexis® PI Blue with Neu-Thera® Surgical Gloves are a synthetic solution that can be worn as a foundational layer when double-gloving. The blue color alerts wearers to breaches in the outer glove1 and the Neu-Thera® Emollient Coating offers donnability as well as moisturizes and soothes hands during glove wear.2


  • Synthetic polyisoprene (PI) – not made from natural rubber latex
  • Powder-free3
  • Distinct blue color aids in alerting wearers to perforations in the outer glove1


  • Neu-Thera® Emollient Coating aids in wet and dry donning, and helps promote skin moisturization2
  • Proprietary hand mold with an independent thumb design allows for an anatomical fit and natural movement in the fingers, thumb and palm
  • Featuring an interlocking, beaded cuff design that helps to reduce roll-down

1 77 percent of perforations can be detected with an indicator under the gloves, compared with only 21 percent in standard double-gloving, and even fewer with singleglove technique. Walijee J, Malay S, Chung K. Sharps Injuries: The Risks and Relevance to Plastic Surgeons. Plast. Reconstr. Surg. 131: 784, 2013.
2 Data on file with Cardinal Health. California Skin Research Institute Study, Project Number 03-118.
3 Tested in accordance with ASTM D 6124

Ordering Information


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Packaging Details

50 pairs/box, 4 boxes/case

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