The difference between the function of isolation clothing and protective clothing:
(1) Different definitions: Isolation gown: It is a protective equipment used by medical staff to avoid contamination by blood, body fluids and other infectious substances during contact, and is also used to protect patients from infection. Protective clothing: disposable protective equipment worn by medical staff in clinical contact with patients with Class A or infectious diseases managed under Class A infectious diseases.
(2) Different uses: Isolation clothing is used in isolation areas, that is, in hospitals, and protective clothing is used in CDC.
(3) There are also differences for patients: Wear isolation gowns: contact patients with infectious diseases spread through contact, such as patients with infectious diseases, patients with multidrug-resistant bacteria infections; implement protective isolation for patients, such as patients with extensive burns, bones Patients following transplantation; prevent infection from being splashed by the patient's blood, body fluids, secretions, and feces. In short, isolation gowns are used for patients in close isolation, contact isolation and protective isolation. Wear protective clothing: When contacting patients with infectious diseases spread by air or droplets, they may be splashed by the patient's blood, body fluids, secretions, and feces. But this kind of patient is not very serious but just a general infection.
(4) Different materials: protective clothing is disposable, but isolation clothing is not.