Warning: Do not use with Carmustine (3.3 mg/ml) and Thiotepa (10mg/ml). When chemotherapy drugs are present, gloves selection should be based on the specific type(s) of chemicals used. Users are recommended to review drug labeling or material safety data sheets for the chemicals being used to determine an adequate level of protection.
Footnotes and references:
1 This glove has been tested for resistance to permeation of various chemotherapy drugs per ASTM D6978, “Standard Practice for Assessment of Resistance of Medical Gloves to Permeation by Chemotherapy Drugs.” Caution: Gloves used for protection against chemotherapy drug and laboratory chemical exposure should be selected specifically for the type of chemicals being used. Note: Review Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for the chemicals/drugs being used to determine required level of protection.
2 ASTM F739 - Standard Test Method for Permeation of Liquids and Gases through Protective Clothing Materials under Conditions of Continuous Contact
3 This Cardinal Health product helps healthcare facilities comply with USP <800> standard for the safe handling of hazardous drugs.
4 25% more N250 gloves per dispenser box when compared to FLEXAL™. 1000 gloves of N250 require 8 percent less storage space and use 9 percent less packaging material when compared to 1000 gloves of FLEXAL™.