LOW DERMATITIS POTENTIAL
At Central Medicare, we understand that nitrile gloves have less of a chance for skin reaction than natural rubber gloves. Nevertheless, sensitization is still possible and measures need to be taken to provide safety and confidence to the user. Various recent studies show that accelerators may be the one of the reasons to cause skin reactions.
Central Medicare is attentive to these ongoing issues and can produce nitrile examination gloves with accelerator-free properties which have especially been tested by the Modified Draize-95 Test, a clinical trial guidelined by the US FDA for the product claim of Low Dermatitis Potential.
Under the clinical trial that was performed on 215 subjects, it was found that our gloves did not induce a response indicative of irritant contact dermatitis or allergic contact dermatitis.